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Busy streets of downtown Enumclaw will be closed Saturday, so plan accordingly.
Track, tennis, and softball are continuing their postseason, but baseball fell behind.
New state laws will allow school districts to collect up to $2.50 per $1,000 in assessed property value for educational programs and operations.
Enumclaw’s Mt. Peak fire tower, Rainier School in Buckley, and a skate park in Wilkeson are only some of the projects.
Baseball, softball, and track are still going strong, while their soccer team has ended their season.
Enumclaw is also weighing skate park options.
EHS’ Carson Christensen took first place in the long jump at the Shoreline Invitational.
Make sure not to miss the May 4 event, the annual Food Truck Wars, at the Expo Center.
The schools bested both the Orting and Bethel girls and boys teams respectively.
Officers Erik Vance, Kim-Xaun Brewer and Steve Howerton were honored April 8.
The band was encouraged to apply for to play at the famed venue three years ago.
Much of the $94,000 went toward making the building more ADA accessible and other capital improvements.
Nationally-ranked wrestler Payton Stroud will be heading to Illinois.
Come to the April 29 public meeting about Little Lake Forest.
Enumclaw’s girls 4x400 relay team sits in the No. 1 spot.
The first public meeting is April 22 at Enumclaw’s City Hall.
The team is composed of Ricky Portillo, Foster Barnhart, Anthony Russell and Royal Snyder.
Cayan Dibble broke Bonney Lake High’s record for the 1,600 meter event.
The numbers just didn’t work out, Enumclaw Mayor Jan Molinaro said.
The Mount Peak Historical Fire Association may be getting some state money, but the group is also hoping to garner some local support to revive the historic landmark.