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The new temporary bridge, which will be two-lanes large and have no weight restrictions, is expected to be completed in October.
The empty lot next to The Local coffeeshop could potentially be used for plant or art sales, or incorporated into the Sundays on Cole events.
There’s $139,500 in Enumclaw’s budget for outside agencies.
Inductees for an inaugural class are being sought now.
Janel Keating Hambly received the Robert J. Handy Most Effective Administrator Award.
It’s Enumclaw’s busiest weekend starting Friday, July 26.
Don’t forget to register online or by mail by Monday, July 29.
The team broke California’s nine-year winning streak.
Mission Outdoors aims to help veterans by organizing healthy outdoor activities.
The second annual FXR and Bike Show is on July 20.
The city council unanimously agreed the ban exemptions on July 8.
There is also more entertainment and beer options.
There are many places in town where you can purchase a license.
The King County Fair, now boasting 156 consecutive years of operation, will kick off a four-day run next week
Riders from EHS and WRHS took first place in the regional event.
Enumclaw and Buckley can still ban “dangerous breeds,” but individual dogs that pass a class must be exempted from the ban.
Get ready for a rock n’ rollin’ time on Cole Street during the Fourth of July.
Principal Aaron Lee is stepping down at EHS, and will be replaced by Athletic Director Phil Engebretsen.
Cascadia Pizza suffered bad smoke damage last Wednesday.
Both Enumclaw and Buckley residents celebrated the Foothills Trail expansion groundbreaking event last Wednesday.