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Enumclaw High's medley relay and individual Bennon VanHoof will return to Saturday night's state finals.
Roberta Dutcher fondly remembered showing up at Enumclaw Regional Hospital and thinking “what a backward town.”
After the district swim championships, there wasn’t much change in who would represent Enumclaw High at the 3A state meet except for a few last-minute wildcard entries.
Enumclaw High will be scrambling for its third state wrestling title in the past four years Friday and Saturday at the Tacoma Dome.
To prevent injury before the state tournament, Mikaela Kilcup took an injury default from White River High teammate Dylan Fagan Saturday for the 152-pound girls regional wrestling title Saturday in Shelton.
For years, the Enumclaw area AARP Tax-Aide volunteers have been filling out tax forms and filing them through the mail.
“Laissez le Bon Ton Roulez!” Enumclaw Schools Foundation President Nancy Merrill said that’s Cajun French for “Let the fun begin!” and follows the theme for the group’s inaugural Mardi Gras benefit breakfast.
The final state budget is nowhere near completion, but Superintendent Tom Lockyer took a few moments at a recent meeting to give the White River School Board a glimpse at what to expect.
Enumclaw students, parents and staff continue to feel welcome and safe at schools, they believe the Enumclaw School District staff is prepared, competent and caring and all consider communication an important part of overall expectations.
Enumclaw High advanced 14 wrestlers and two alternates to the regional wrestling tournament Friday and Saturday at Bonney Lake High, where they will be joined by teams from the Narrows, Olympic and Greater St. Helen’s leagues to vie for the top spots into the state championship.
Fifteen is the magic number for White River High.
After years as the Budweiser No. 9, Kasey Kahne fans will have to get use to looking for the Enumclaw NASCAR Sprint Cup driver in the No. 4 Red Bull Toyota.
Kasandra Renfrow pinned Jasmine Wood of Evergreen for the 152-pound title Saturday at the South Puget Sound League 3A girls subdistrict wrestling tournament at Auburn Mountainview.
Jesslyn Blue and Mikaela Kilcup won wrestling titles Saturday at the girls subregional tournament. The pair, along with a handful of their teammates, will move on to the regional tournament Saturday in Shelton.
Superintendent Mike Nelson used a document camera to display communication a letter from a former student. He Skyped with his daughter Anna in California.
Children who are overweight or obese run a greater risk of being diagnosed with diabetes.
Toni Erickson’s family and friends are looking for thousands for photograph
The crowd that packed the Enumclaw High gymnasium Jan. 26 got what it came to see – some of the best wrestling in Washington state as Enumclaw put together back-to-back pins in the final matches for a 35-25 come-from-behind victory over Orting.
With five pins and four forfeits, the White River High wrestling team slammed Sumner 60-15 Thursday for the South Puget Sound League 2A title.
Danielle Cormier earned Enumclaw High’s top finish at the Lady Wolfpack girls wrestling tournament Saturday at Jackson High near Seattle.
In the battle of two of the top teams in the state Enumclaw High scored 18 late-match points to win 35-25.
Find your happy side.
On the third floor, in the intensive care unit of St. Elizabeth Hospital, sit four “talking beds.”
Where is the love?
The Enumclaw High 200-yard medley relay will be at February’s Class 3A boys state swim meet.
This isn’t grandma’s era of yell leaders.
Saturday’s Dream Duals in Spokane gave the Enumclaw and White River high wrestling teams a glimpse at the competition eastern Washington teams will bring to February’s state tournament.
Kasandra Renfrow was a runner-up Saturday in the 152-pound weight class at the Jaguar Invitational at Emerald Ridge High in Puyallup.
The life being breathed into the White River School District instrumental program is like the wind moving through the body of a flute, bright and uplifting.
King County recently acknowledged Enumclaw’s Thunder Mountain Middle School for the waste reduction and recycling program it began with its eighth-grade class in 2008.
Opening New Doors to Health and Healing was the tag for Friday and Saturday’s ceremonies to open St. Elizabeth Hospital in Enumclaw.
Thursday’s boys swim meet with Lakes came down to the final event, the 400-yard freestyle relay, and Enumclaw High didn’t disappoint fans.
Josh Musick and Kario Wallin teamed up for back-to-back championships at 152 and 160 pounds, respectively, Saturday at the Central Kitsap Mat Men tournament.
With five champions and 13 place-winners overall, the White River High boys wrestling team captured the Impromptu tournament at Fife Saturday.
White River High’s Mikaela Kilcup won the 152-pound championship with a 3-minute, 26-second pin over Carter Marks at the Impromtu girls wrestling tournament in Fife Saturday. The Hornets placed sixth overall.
All but one time when they hit the water Thursday during competition with Steilacoom, White River High swimmers qualified for the district meet.
After finishing ninth at Saturday’s Impromptu girls wrestling tournament in Fife, coach Jerry Scheidt said Saturday’s event at Emerald Ridge and Jan. 22 competition’s at Seattle’s Jackson High will help EHS prepare for upcoming tournaments.
Joseph Danger Lowry’s birth at Enumclaw Regional Hospital Dec. 30 may have been a last-minute, 2010 tax write off for his parents Joseph and MarriAnn, but for Ed and Anita Glasco he was great-grandchild No. 50.
The ponies and the kitties were a big hit among the more than two dozen kids, mothers and chaperones at Mark and Julie Bergquist’s Enumclaw ranch.
Wyatt Josie's come-from-behind pin as time ran out in the second round of Wednesday night's 171-pound battle with White River's Noah Geehan was the momentum-turner Enumclaw needed to eventually score a 44-27 win in the nonleague contest between Plateau rivals.
Friday night’s induction into the Enumclaw High athletic Hall of Fame will be special for Rich Hall as his daughter Tori and son Alan are inducted along side of him.
Warren Lokovsek is honored to be part of the 2011 Enumclaw High Hall of Fame induction class but doesn’t think he deserves it. The committee that nominated and selected him disagrees and Friday he will get his moment in the spotlight.
Kevin Abramson can still hear Gary Weigel’s farm-boy laugh coming from the end zone of the Mount Si High stadium.
With champions Noah Geehan and Dave Meagher, White River High’s wrestling squad finished one point behind Tumwater for fourth Saturday at the Bearcat Invitational in Chehalis.
After posting an easy league victory over Peninsula Thursday night and taking Saturday off, the Enumclaw High wrestling team jumps back into action with four opportunities for fans to catch the Hornets in action.
Enumclaw High’s Sam Lanting and Danielle Cormier earned fourth-place finishes Saturday in Sedro Woolley.
Enumclaw High scored wins in every swim event Thursday to beat Clover Park 144-19, Washington 129-17 and Franklin Pierce 133-21.
The Enumclaw School Board selected Tamarah Knapp-Hancock to fill its Position No. 2 vacated by Cathy Dahlquist.
After years of working in the office equipment and mortgage arena, Sue Wallace was looking for something recession-proof that would allow her to stay at home with her three boys.
Saturday, Intent Yoga owner Jean Hoiland opened the door of her latest studio at 1749 Cole St.