With revenue streams flowing freely, Enumclaw can now go about the business of improving city streets.
Think of a Tinker Toy set, but for smokers.
Bloodworks Northwest has scheduled a blood drive for Enumclaw. Monday October 3, 2016 Noon to 6 pm (closed 2 pm to 2:45 pm) St. Elizabeth Hospital – Rainier Conference Room
With the 2016 general election on the horizon, King County is hoping its new ballot "drop boxes" – like the one installed at the Enumclaw library – will give voters a greater opportunity to make their voices heard.
For the many dedicated users of the Foothills Trail, a long-awaited dream appears headed toward political reality.
Autumn has officially arrived at Mount Rainier National Park and as the leaves start to turn color, park facilities begin the extended process of winterization to prepare for changing weather. Most park areas are still accessible by road, even as facilities begin to close.
To help bring King County's solid waste and recycling facilities to modern standards, and to offer additional recycling services, the Metropolitan King County Council approved a modest solid waste rate increase beginning in 2017. This is the first increase to the County's solid waste rates since 2013.
An Enumclaw resident was airlifted from his home to a local hospital following a house fire Friday morning.
Police were asked the afternoon of Sept. 19 to check on the welfare of a person sleeping at a Warner Avenue location. An officer found a person who was extremely intoxicated. The individual was taken into custody and booked for creating a public nuisance.
Police took a report Sept. 17 regarding a female who had grabbed at the reporting party's child. The suspect was cited for assault and released. The child was not injured.
Enumclaw officers were called at 8:35 p.m. Sept. 15 to assist Buckley police who were attempting to locate an individual wanted on a warrant. The subject was located and taken into custody by Buckley authorities.
The morning of Sept. 15 a student was riding a friend's skateboard to school, traveling on Wells Street. She was confronted by two males and a female who pushed her and took the skateboard.
September 27 is National Voter Registration Day, a non-partisan, unofficial national holiday, on which thousands of community groups and volunteers across the political spectrum register people to vote.
King County Executive Dow Constantine's plan to implement Best Starts for Kids was unanimously approved today by the Metropolitan King County Council, a key milestone for the child and youth initiative considered the most comprehensive of its kind in the nation.
Robert James Morrison on Sept. 8 entered a plea of not guilty to all charges during a brief arraignment at the Norm Maleng Justice Center in Kent.
The City’s contractor for the SR410/SR165/Ryan Rd/112th Street E Realignment Project Phase 2 will be grinding pavement and paving beginning on Thursday Night September 22 through Thursday night September 29.
Council also makes progress on changes to who manages the city cemetery, makes natural gas service to Auburn residents official
It looks like Black Diamond's Comprehensive Plan will be further delayed as the city's traffic adviser, DKS Associates, appears to be running out of patience with the City Council.
Shortly after 8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 19, a fire broke out in what appeared to be a detached garage or building in the 1500 block of Harding Street in Enumclaw.
At 8 p.m. Sept. 13, police responded to the Chinook Avenue neighborhood after hearing of a woman attempting to enter residences. She had asked for money and to charge her phone; all requests had been denied. Attempts to located the woman were unsuccessful.