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A 5-2 decision was the difference between first and second place for White River High heavyweight Dave Meagher at the Eastmont Cats Classic Thursday in Wenatchee.
When the wrestling stopped Thursday in Auburn, Enumclaw High maintained a slim 11-point lead over the host Trojans for the All South Puget Sound League Championship title.
White River High’s Dylan Fagan earned the Lady Hornets’ top finish, second place, at the Dec. 29 South Puget Sound League girls wrestling tournament at Franklin Pierce.
Despite the pleas of Black Diamond residents to delay their decision, the Enumclaw School Board unanimously approved its Tri-Party School Mitigation Agreement with the city of Black Diamond and developer Yarrow Bay at its Dec. 20 meeting.
Richard Dickson was excited, but nervous, Thursday morning.
Vacation doesn’t mean sit back and relax for the Enumclaw High wrestling squad.
Dylan Fagan was White River High’s lone champion at the 33-team Lady Lions Invitational at Auburn Mountainview Dec. 22. Fagan was undefeated on the way to the title, her second in two weeks.
Three third-place finishes was the best the Enumclaw High girls wrestling team could muster at the Auburn Mountainview tournament Dec. 22 and that wasn’t bad.
Sean Brasier recently became one of the 2 to 3 percent of Boy Scouts to earn the Eagle Scout rank.
From the time she was a small child, Dorothy Clark has been a giver – a do-gooder.
With 11 wrestlers in the finals and nine winning titles, the Enumclaw High boys wrestling team picked up its second-straight tournament victory Saturday night at Rogers High in Puyallup.
In March, when Erik Hines came across hikers trying to revive a heart-attack victim on the popular Mount Peak trail in Enumclaw, the Boy Scout and his friend Christopher Hanrahan didn’t hesitate to jump into action.
A pair of crimes were committed at Mountain Meadow Elementary School Dec. 15.
Sixteen Plateau-area teachers, eight each from the Enumclaw and White River school districts, recently earned National Board Certification. The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction recently made the announcement.
In its first year, the Enumclaw High School robotics team qualified for the FIRST Robotics Washington State Championship event Jan. 16 at Sammamish High School.
It was an emotional start to Thursday’s school day at Kibler Elementary School as students, staff, community members and parents dedicated a Memorial Garden.
For almost 30 years, the Enumclaw Garden Club has been decorating the Christmas tree at the Enumclaw Senior Activity Center.
Backed by four champions, the Enumclaw High wrestling team carried home the first-place trophy from Saturday’s Spud Wally tournament in Sedro Woolley.
The Enumclaw High boys swim team got the season off to a rip-roaring start Thursday, racing to several district times and a state time during a 136-32 South Puget Sound League 3A win over Bonney Lake in Sumner.
Jade Paterson and Logann Erskine picked up three wins apiece during wrestling tournament action Saturday at Franklin Pierce High.
White River High wrestlers Trevor Kurtz and Dave Meagher won crowns Saturday at the 14-team Panther Invitational in Bonney Lake.
Motorists traveling west on state Route 410 are going to have to put up with a torn-up road for a few more months.
On most Wednesday mornings Bonnie Sambila, Patty Malneritch, Fran Beran and Marge Waldemarson are busy curling hair around rollers, setting permanents and snipping locks.
Denise Vogel will continue to serve as the White River School Board’s president.
I believe the rock at Crystal Mountain is magnetic.
With two champions each, Enumclaw and White River high wrestling teams finished fifth and sixth, respectively, at Saturday’s 14-team White River Classic.
Enumclaw High’s Jade Paterson pinned Mount Baker’s Chloe Grafwhaller for the heavyweight title Saturday at Yelm’s Jump On It girls wrestling tournament.
The meat case at European Quality Meats in Black Diamond is filled with molochna baloney, lervelat, serdelka, krakivska and krajana, along with more familiar names like kolbasa and kielbasa.
Four White River High Hornets finished third with 2-1 records during Saturday’s girls wrestling competition at Emerald Ridge.
The unplanned week off from school may have been great for students at the time, but Plateau area superintendents say the party is over.
When the snow started piling up Nov. 20, Enumclaw and White River school districts closed the doors right up until the two-day Thanksgiving break. Enumclaw had two snow days built into its calendar, meaning students will now be in classes May 27, June 16 and June 17. White River also has used up its built-in snow days. Students who would have seen the last day of school June 14 will now be sitting behind their desks until June 17.
The switch to Class 2A could bode well for the White River High wrestling team, which finished sixth among 3A schools in February’s state tournament.
With Hall of Fame coach Lee Reichert back at the helm after a brief retire-rehire moment this fall, Enumclaw High is gunning for another top state finish.
Jerry Scheidt is trying to figure out how to replace Chantelle Bailey. “It’s hard to replace a two-time champion,” Scheidt said.
The water and the Hornets are running deep at the Enumclaw Aquatic Center this winter.
Four of the five wrestlers White River High’s girls team took to last year’s state tournament placed in the top eight and all four return to the Hornet lineup this season.
The Enumclaw School District and the Muckleshoot Tribe are expanding their cooperative agreement to include vocational programs.
White River High graduates Sam Lovelace and Shantel Allstot, along with Enumclaw High graduate and two-time state champion Chantelle Bailey are expected in Buckley Wednesday, Nov. 24, night as Yakima Valley Community College's women's wrestling team takes on Simon Fraser University at 7 p.m. at White River High.
A down economy the past couple years has driven the number of those who need help up and the generosity of the Enumclaw community has responded.
The Enumclaw School Board kicked off its Nov. 15 meeting with congratulations and cake for board member Cathy Dahlquist, who was recently elected to a 31st District seat in the state House of Representatives.
Facing funding cuts that would likely decimate drug and alcohol prevention programs, the White River School District is applying for a Pierce County Human Services Chemical Dependency Prevention Services Grant.
It looks like when all is said and done, students in the class of 2016 – that’s today’s seventh-graders – will need 24 credits to graduate.
As Chad Noel read the poem “They Did Their Share” by Joanna Fuchs to his classmates at Sunrise Elementary School during the school’s Veterans Day assembly it brought tears to his eyes.
Foothills Elementary School recently was named a 2010 Washington State School of Distinction by The Center for Educational Effectiveness and the Washington state chapter of Phi Delta Kappa.
The National Art Honor Society at Enumclaw High School isn’t wasting any time getting its name out in the community.
Enumclaw High junior Erica Bonthius finished seventh at the Class 3A state swim and dive championships Saturday at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way.
Enumclaw High sophomore Bella Davenport sat nervously waiting for the start of the 100-yard breaststroke Friday night at the Class 3A swim and dive championships.
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When the Enumclaw High School homecoming parade rolled by Mike Huizinga’s window at the corner of Cole Street and Griffin Avenue, he figured he had picked the perfect spot to open his Allstate Insurance office.