- Print Editions
- Home Delivery
- About Us
Kelly Clark has a rather specific audience for her professional services. As a practicing doula, her clients are women who are pregnant and anxious about… Continue reading
Desiree and Kevin Helfrick started their garden in a Seattle apartment. Now they’re in charge of 5 acres, growing organic veggies and taking care of their chickens.
Several rescue attempts went awry, thanks to bad weather and flying conditions.
Beau Rogers played college baseball until a career-ending injury, leading him down the path of chiropractics.
Buckley residents, rejoice! The bridge is expected to be open again by mid-September.
Among the athletes are EHS’ Carson Christiansen and WRHS’ Jackson Gibbon.
EHS Principal Aaron Lee will soon be replaced with athletic director Phil Engebretsen.
The Enumclaw library is hosting the event with the help of EHS students at the high school. There are limited seats, so sign up soon.
Enumclaw took third amongst all the other large programs.
The Enumclaw PD is using the app to keep in touch with residents.
The Hornets beat out Tahoma 6-5 to take first in district play, but fared less well in the state games.
The market will be open from 3 to 7 p.m. every Thursday through the end of September.
The Enumclaw doubles team fared less well.
Enumclaw’s Semanski, Park, Division and Blake streets, as well as Lincoln Avenue, will be worked on in mid-June.
The EHS boys placed ninth overall in the 4A competition.
The $125,000 grant will help bring the pool up to current ADA standards.
The Hornets lost against Ephrita and Lakewood, ousting them from the state competition.
WRHS’ Brooke Gelinas took fourth overall, finishing at 154.
This is the first time in three years it’s been open for Memorial Day.
Emily Miller and Emma McKeighen placed fifth in the district tourney.