Humanity disappoints yet again.
Isn’t it great Enumclaw is a community where our citizens and our school board both work together to fully support our schools?
As the end of the year approaches, I always think a simple “thank you” note.
Last week Rich Elfers’ column “Careful with those promises” was timely not only as a personal point but as a political one, too.
Every year, bow hunters are running through private properties around the perimeter of Enumclaw city limits chasing wounded elk.
Smartphones and tablets appear to have staying power.
Sometimes I wonder if The Courier-Herald editor hires a liberal like Elfers to write stuff just to get others to write stuff back, to counter the liberal stuff that most of us in the rural areas of America totally disagree with
This is in reference to an article written by Eric Mandel (Courier-Herald, Nov. 19) regarding the comments by Ron Taylor, Black Diamond City Councilman.
When will some people realize that you cannot answer the moral objections many have to recreational marijuana with dollars and cents?
We are blessed in this country to have not had to fight a war on our own soil for many, many years.
In 1984 I flew out from Illinois for a business meeting in Seattle and visited Mount Rainier while I was here.
It’s time to stop with the Enumclaw vs. Black Diamond mentality that is being perpetuated by a certain candidate (Ms. Roach).
Voter’s Pamphlets arrived this week, so I sat down to review the candidates.
Recent statements and mailings from Sen. Roach about the Enumclaw School District have been grossly misleading, divisive and serve only to hurt our students.
We are one school district representing the cities of Enumclaw and Black Diamond and portions of unincorporated King County.
I had an experience recently that is unfortunately rare for most of us who are old enough to vote.
Pam Roach has been an extremely effective senator for her district. Whereas, Ms. Dahlquist has demonstrated a track record that shows a lack of understanding of the legal and legislative actions she supports or worse, quitting when it doesn’t go her way.
I am writing to praise Congressman Dave Reichert for his contributions to the House of Representatives Task Force on Human Trafficking
I am a teacher at Enumclaw High School. I’ve worked there for 16 years and I take great pride in what I do. That said, I have some wonderings about some of our local candidates’ recent comments about education.
I find it ludicrous when Pam Roach accuses Chris Hurst and Cathy Dahlquist of bullying her. Many who have dealt with Pam Roach know bullying her is an impossibility. Quite the opposite.