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Black Diamond approves transportation improvement plan

There’s about $26 million in projects the city hopes to tackle by 2025.

New fundraising group wants to harness the power of 100

The first meeting is July 1 at The Claw.

Come meet local artists at Arts Alive!

A June 29 event will be hosting a dozen artists making art at the end of Cole Street.

Helping Plateau, Washington Princesses go to the ball

The Orting-based Princess Project of Washington helps women of all ages dress up for any sort of event, free of charge.

Meet with possible Drainage District 5 commissioners

A King County Council committee will be meeting with potential commissioners David Ballestrasse, Mark VanWieringen, and Alan Predmore Monday, June 24.

William Gatlin, an Enumclaw resident, was using his truck to drive for Uber and Lyft seven days a week when he was allegedly hit by Crystal Mullins, another Enumclaw resident, on December 2018. The crash killed two people. Photo courtesy Shelby Richards

Driver pleads not guilty in fatal crash that killed two

Local Makyela Knaus, 13, was one of the victims.

William Gatlin, an Enumclaw resident, was using his truck to drive for Uber and Lyft seven days a week when he was allegedly hit by Crystal Mullins, another Enumclaw resident, on December 2018. The crash killed two people. Photo courtesy Shelby Richards

Medical examiner has no answers for Burnstad’s death

After an 8-month investigation into the skeletal remains found last September, experts still don’t know how the Enumclaw resident may have died.

Neely Mansion celebrates its 125th

Make sure to visit the nationally-recognized historical home on June 22.

Open seat on Library Advisory Board

This is your chance to advocate for the Enumclaw library.

The slow creep of extremism

How did my childhood friend turn into a terrorist?

Dunn to host town halls

The King County Councilman will be visiting Enumclaw on June 25.

Locals promote new blood drive opportunity in downtown Enumclaw

Tricia Foerster and Heather Invie are bringing Bloodworks NW to The Garage later this month.

Black Diamond back in court

Three attorneys are suing the city and its mayor for unpaid services.

Former resident sues national event promoter

Rae Solomon is alleging Live Nation Entertainment stole her ideas and poached other potential artists for an all-women music festival.

Auditors say drainage official misused $413,000

The Washington State Auditor’s Office also stated there’s an additional $66,000 in “questionable” payments over the last eight years.

Young students place first, second in annual state science fair

Bridgette Lowe and Garrison Stephens-Smith, both in the Sumner-Bonney Lake School District, also won specialty awards for their passion about science.

Thunder Dome grand opening inches closer to the starting line

The nonprofit museum’s goal is to raise money for epilepsy awareness, as well as provide a new entertainment and event venue for Plateau locals and visitors.

Drainage District 5 commissioners resign

Allan Thomas, who is under investigation for allegedly stealing more than $400,000 from taxpayers and violating state election law, stepped down May 15. The district’s other commissioner, Kenneth Olson, has done the same.

Recycling event at Expo Center can help your spring cleaning

The annual Enumclaw Collection event is June 1 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Help the Soup Ladies in their quest to help others

In times of crisis, The Soup Ladies have been there for first responders.