Citizens who want to participate in the Nov. 4 general election should prepare now.
King County residents who want to continue to receive notifications about severe weather, epidemics, terrorist activities, or other emergencies should register with the new system atwww.kingcounty.gov/RPIN.
Crystal Mountain received it's first trace of snow last night which is a good reminder that winter is just around the corner. The temperature dropped to 30 degrees overnight at the top of the mountain, and up to an inch of snow could be seen at the 6,800 foot elevation.
The Puget Sound Blood Center has schedule another blood drive in Enumclaw. Monday October 6th 2014 Sacred Heart Church in the Parish Hall
Pit bull tails may soon be wagging in Enumclaw, courtesy of the City Council.
Washington's minimum wage will increase 15 cents to $9.47 an hour beginning Jan. 1, 2015, the Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) announced today.
Regional Animal Services of King County (RASKC) on Saturday, Oct. 4 will join about two dozen other animal organizations across Washington for the third annual Statewide Shelter Open House hosted by Pawsitive Alliance.
The Metropolitan King County Council referred back to the Council’s Transportation, Economy and Environment Committee on Monday legislation to implement the February 2015 transit service changes.
Most marine areas of Puget Sound will reopen for recreational crab fishing Oct. 1, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) announced today.
To celebrate her 93rd birthday, Enumclaw resident Goldie Woehrle went skydiving in Shelton, Washington.
As anticipated, members of the Enumclaw City Council have slammed the door on anyone hoping to sell marijuana in town.
The semi-sleepy burg of Buckley might suffer from a too-quiet downtown, but the community remains a destination for other reasons – most notably, it is home to a National Guard armory and Rainier School.
A theft suspect was killed and a passenger in the same car was injured after allegedly stealing items from a Covington store and fleeing from a pursuing deputy resulting in a collision with another.
Target Enforcement Areas (TEA) were developed to specifically locate zones in District Two (King County) that are considered to have a higher probability of collisions based on historical data.
A city resident told police Sept. 23 of an attempted telephone scam. The resident was told she would receive a $100 Walmart gift card.
The Washington Reading Corps needs people 17 years or older who are interested in education and want to make a difference by helping elementary school children learn to read.
Police took a report Sept. 22 regarding a suspicious man at the Enumclaw Expo Center.
A citizen advised a night clerk of juveniles destroying property behind a Monroe Avenue grocery store.
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Turn in your unused or expired medication for safe disposal