Stafford Suites, a 72-unit retirement and assisted living community at 15519 62nd St. Court E. in Sumner, has received the Pinnacle Quality Insight’s customer experience award.
The Sumner branch of the Pierce County Library System, 1116 Fryar Ave., will host Carol Garnett Hopkins, a children’s librarian from the Puyallup Public Library, to share art project ideas from her book, “Artsy Toddler Storytimes.”
When the Daffodil Festival Grand Floral Parade comes through downtown Sumner each spring, it requires a considerable amount of preparation.
The Sumner/Bonney Lake Communities for Families Coalition is accepting nominations for the Community Impact/Unsung Hero Awards through Friday.
At Sumner’s tourism website, visitors can browse recipes, travel ideas and the history of rhubarb in and around Sumner.
Poor heating at the City of Sumner’s historic Ryan House has caused considerable heartburn for the city’s finance department, which has had to absorb the high cost.
The Sumner School District will offer a second round of free technology classes for community members during its STEM fair on Saturday. The classes will be offered at Sumner Middle School.
The Sumner branch of the Pierce County Library System will host Master Gardener Kelli Sugihara to discuss how to select the best seeds for home vegetable gardens.
Sunset Chevrolet in Sumner must comply with a long list of new city guidelines after neighbors fought for months to create clear rules limiting expansion of the car dealership. The… ...