After many more than a decade of starts and stops, the Enumclaw Welcome Center was finally put to rest on a four-three vote at the City Council meeting last night, July 29.
What a long, strange trip it’s been – from the earliest musings about a Welcome Center in Enumclaw to this week’s drop-dead, gotta-do-it-now vote by the City Council.
According to emails received by The Courier-Herald through a public records request concerning Sen. Pam Roach's questionable expense reports, the senator has paid back about $5,000.
Nighttime drivers on State Route 167 between Auburn and Renton should be prepared for single lane closures overnight Tuesday, July 29, and Wednesday, July 30
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Police took a call July 23 regarding an abandoned dog at a River Avenue location.
Sen. Roach also to give up getting state funds for P.O. Box and cell phone.
The National Weather Service is predicting sunny skies and temperatures in the high 70s to low 80s this weekend as the Enumclaw Street Fair and Scottish Highland Games kick off.
At 9:30 p.m. July 16 police stopped a vehicle at state Route 410 and Mundy Loss Road due to multiple violations.
As crews battle the largest wildfires in Washington history, Secretary of State Kim Wyman is offering assistance to affected counties and voters as the state’s Aug. 5 Primary Election voting period is underway.
A concerned citizen called police at 4:06 a.m. July 16 regarding teenagers who were out alone in the vicinity of Monroe Avenue.
If you aren’t registered to vote in Washington but want to vote in the 2014 Primary that ends Aug. 5, you have until Monday to register.
Rabid bats have been found throughout the state and continue to pose a risk to people and pets, especially during the summer when bats are more active.
Enumclaw’s summertime fun meter will peak this weekend – both downtown and at the Expo Center – with the Street Fair and the Scottish Highland Games going full speed.
The Independence Day fireworks were little more than sparklers compared to the fiery battle brewing in the 31st District Senate race between Republicans Pam Roach and Cathy Dahlquist.
A Federal Emergency Declaration approved overnight will assist in getting power restored to more than 7,000 utility customers in Okanogan County.
The State Emergency Operations Center (EOC) at Camp Murray is responding to multiple requests for fire-response assistance in eastern and central Washington.
“Grow” a healthy community and gather your neighbors together the evening of Aug. 5 for National Night Out.
Unanimously adopted an ordinance relating to transit service reductions. The ordinance moves forward with certain bus service reductions, while deferring an additional 200,000 hours of service cuts originally proposed for June and September 2015, pending adoption of the 2015/2016 King County budget (Ordinance 2014-0272).