So, what’s going on is, I’m exploring my way through the life of Jesus, through the perspective of the Apostle John, in his Gospel record. John has an interesting and unique take on who this Jesus was and I like it – well, sometimes I like it, and sometimes it’s rather alarming!
As a part of Green River College's 50th anniversary celebration, the campus community gathered Thursday to look back on the college's past.
For most, Memorial Day weekend is the first 3-day weekend many have had off since the beginning of the year. This is also traditionally the start of the camping and vacation season where many will hitch up the trailer or load up the camper and head out onto the open road.
Thelma Jones, a longtime fixture in the Enumclaw community, recently celebrated her 100th birthday with family and friends at Living Court.
Enumclaw High School's graduating class of 1966 is planning its 50-year reunion.
The city of Enumclaw and guest curator Jenni Minnis will present a retrospective exhibition featuring the artwork of Zelma Nachtsheim. Nachtsheim, who lived on the Enumclaw Plateau for 65 years, died Sept. 22, 2015, at the age of 93.
Florence Pullen hit a milestone Jan. 4, turning 100 years old, then celebrated five days later with a party in Auburn.
What a wonderful day for the Seattle Children’s Hospital Enumclaw Guild’s Luncheon.
Join us for the January SoHaPP challenge – Clearing the Mind. Start off the year with a daily quiet reflection to bring a single focused effort of mindfulness, and give the brain a specialtype of rest during the day for better performance.
The Bible says that near the end times there will be wars and rumors of wars. We must be nearing the end because it seems people are willing to fight over just about anything and everything. Now, in the beginning of the 21st century, right at Christmas time, the season of peace, we have (drumroll please) The Greeting Wars.
The rain and wind did not stop residents of Sunny Lane, Eagle Creek, Rainier View, Lawson Hills, Morgan Creek, and Diamond Glen from donating food, cash, and visiting Santa at the Black Diamond Community Center.
With Christmas fast approaching I was excited to share an article I was writing called "Immanuel - God With Us!"
The Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest is proud to welcome Law Enforcement Officer Tyler Smith to the Snoqualmie Ranger District.
The Black Diamond Community Center is accepting donations of new, unwrapped toys for children up to 17 years old.
The following is written by Dale Pratt of the Cedar Community Church:
A blood drive is planned for Monday, Dec. 7, in the parish hall at Enumclaw's Sacred Heart Church.
Enumclaw Cops 4 Kids is in need of Christmas gifts for our local children.
The Enumclaw Rotary Club recognized a pair of students as Students of the Month during their Oct. 15 meeting.
"No…tell me how you're really doing."
The following is written by Lynell Caudillo of Calvary Presbyterian: