Young ballplayer takes on the nation’s best

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Enumclaw youngster Noah Seabrands took to the diamond recently against some of the best baseball players in the nation. The 11-year-old infielder/pitcher, who will enter fifth grade next week at Westwood Elementary School, recently followed an athletic path that took him from Enumclaw to Orlando, Fla.

Public Health investigates E. coli outbreak | King County

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Public Health is currently investigating an outbreak of E. coli O157 – one of the most serious foodborne illnesses you can contract. Our thoughts are with the families affected by this outbreak, and we appreciate the support of the community as we work to protect the health of the public.

Online survey for marijuana and tobacco education spending | Department of Health

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State health officials are developing plans to use state budget funding on tobacco and marijuana education and youth prevention work. Public comment gathered in two public meetings and an online survey that closes September 11 will help the agency finalize the plans.


Where are your books? | Editorial Cartoon

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School preparation is different now than it used to be.

WR looking to bounce back 2014 campaign | 2015 Football Previews

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Last year’s campaign may have brought disappointing results, but success is still fresh in the memory of the White River High football program – and it’s a return to the top of the standing that this year’s Hornet crew will be focusing on.

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