Something's about to happen. Maybe there was rustling in the cornstalks to your right, or cackling coming from ahead of you, just around the pitch-dark corner. Suddenly, the breaker box next to you explodes in a shower of sparks and noise, or a bloody doctor emerges from his hiding place to chase you with his hacksaw.
Buckley is certainly no stranger to marijuana sales – two retail shops operate within the city limits – but local leaders have drawn a line in the sand: no growing and no processing, for now.
A vehicle's door, ignition and steering column were damaged during an attempted vehicle prowl at a Chinook Avenue address. Nothing was taken during the incident, which was reported the morning of Oct. 16.
After an extensive one-week search, the body of Mountain View Fire and Rescue firefighter Ken Ward was found near the Wildhorse Monument near the city of George in Grant County.
TREE HAZARD: A citizen notified police the afternoon of Oct 15 of a tree branch that was about to fall, due to ongoing winds. An officer responded, agreed that the limb presented a danger and called for a city employee to alleviate the danger. When the city employee arrived, the limb had already fallen.
The body of Mountain View Fire & Rescue Firefighter Ken Ward has been found near the Wildhorse Monument near George, Wash.
ONE ARRESTED: Police were told the afternoon of Oct. 14 of a vehicle – suspicious and occupied – at a Mountain Villa Drive address. Officers made contact and arrested one of the occupants on a warrant issued by Enumclaw Municipal Court. The inmate was released a few hours later after posting bail.
Bloodworks Northwest will have a bus parked on Third Street, behind White RiverCredit Union, 1499 Garrett St. The drive will operate from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,with a staff break from 12:30 to 1:30.
Editor's note: Lane Walthers and Phil Fortunato are seeking the 31st District State House Position No. 2 seat, which is an open position. The two candidates participated in a three-part debate that is being published in the Courier-Herald and Auburn Reporter. This is the part three of the State House debate. Part one was published in the Oct. 5 edition of the Courier-Herald, part two was published in the Oct. 12 edition and both can be found online at www.courierherald.com.
Mountain View Fire & Rescue, Firefighter Ken Ward has been missing since Saturday, Oct. 15th.
Editor's Note: This is the first installment of two. Next edition, The Courier-Herald will provide a look into domestic violence from a police perspective. And will also provide more information on resources available for victims and survivors. Names and dates in this story have been changed to protect survivors and their families.
The long and laborious process of crafting a municipal budget is playing out everywhere these days and things are no different in Enumclaw City Hall.
Ballots will be mailed on October 19th and the deadline to return your ballot is 8 p.m. on Election Day, November 8th.
Editor's note: Lane Walthers and Phil Fortunato are seeking the 31st District State House Position No. 2 seat, which is an open position. The two candidates are participating in a three-part debate that is being published in the Courier-Herald and Auburn Reporter. This is the part two of the State House debate. Part one was published in the Oct. 5 edition of the Courier-Herald and it can be found online at www.courierherald.com.
The National Weather Service in Seattle is predicting a significant windstorm for the Puget Sound region. Starting tonight, winds gusting around 50 mph can be expected across King County, which will damage trees and power lines. A High Wind Warning is in effect from 6:00pm Thursday until 7:00am Friday.
Northwest Bloodworks announces a blood drive for Enumclaw. Blood drive: Monday, October 17, 2016 Sacred Heart Church
The National Weather Service said there is a 1 in 3 chance that the storm's low pressure center will directly cross some part of western Washington, resulting in a historical windstorm for nearly all of western Washington that would be long remembered, reads a special weather statement released today.
Demolition, remodeling and additions to Enumclaw High School have received formal blessing by members of the Enumclaw City Council, who took time to debate traffic changes that will likely accompany the huge project.
Editor's note: This story has been updated from the 10/12 edition of the Courier-Herald. A correction and clarification will be printed in the 10/19 edition.
Immunization rates of toddlers in Washington are increasing, and meeting state and national public health goals.