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Campaign to help every homeless veteran in King County find a home by the end of 2015

  • Aug 12, 2015 at 12:00PM

King County has launched a community-wide campaign to help every local homeless military veteran find housing by Dec. 31, 2015. The Committee to End Homelessness and its regional partners have already helped more than 1,200 local veterans transition to housing since 2014. Operation: WelcomeOneHome encourages property managers and community organizations to help the estimated 662 remaining veterans find housing.

Enumclaw takes title, among those advancing to state-qualifying meet | GYMNASTICS

  • Feb 8, 2016 at 12:25PM

Advancing to the coming weekend’s state-qualifying meet at Mount Rainier High School are two full teams, Enumclaw and Auburn Mountainview.

Plan to move WA Presidential Primary to March 8 defeated | Secretary of State

  • Aug 12, 2015 at 2:00PM

Secretary of State Kim Wyman on Tuesday expressed disappointment that a bipartisan panel has declined to move the 2016 Washington Presidential Primary from late May to early March. Wyman, the state’s chief elections officer, has been a strong advocate of the Presidential Primary and had praised lawmakers for including the funding in the state budget. But she had wanted to move the 2016 date from May 24, the default date, to March 8, to maximize voter participation and visits from candidates.

Provisions made for the future of the King County Fair | King County Council

  • Feb 8, 2016 at 2:46PM

The Metropolitan King County Council today accepted a report that outlined a plan for the County to continue providing financial support to the King County Fair, recognized as the oldest county fair west of the Mississippi

Fairs and petting zoos are in season: tips to avoid animal-spread illnesses | Department of Health

  • Aug 12, 2015 at 3:16PM

Millions of people go to agricultural fairs and petting zoos this time of year, and children of all ages love to be around the animals. Taking a few safety precautions can help reduce the chance of getting sick after spending time with animals or their surroundings.

Game called | Enumclaw Police Blotter

  • Aug 13, 2015 at 9:00AM

Police took a report at 5:27 p.m. July 31 about four juveniles playing basketball on the grounds of Kibler Elementary. Police advised them to stay out when gates are locked.

Accident on Porter | Enumclaw & Buckley Police Blotter

  • Feb 9, 2016 at 9:00AM

A large, commercial truck didn’t adequately navigate the turn at Porter Street and Griffin Avenue the morning of Jan. 29, striking a power pole and utility box in the process.

Royal court rides out into their communities

  • Feb 9, 2016 at 10:00AM

The Daffodil Festival season was ushered in with the 83rd annual Princess Promenade Friday. The Royal Court, which consists of 23 high school seniors from across Pierce County, were each tapped and proclaimed an official Daffodil Princess at the event. Each received a tiara, sash and traditional Golden Daffodil.

Kennewick Man needs to go home | Our Corner

  • Aug 13, 2015 at 11:00AM

Kennewick Man, or The Ancient One, was a Native American man believed to have lived about 8,400 years ago. His remains, which were nearly complete, were discovered about 10 feet from the shore of the Columbia River in Eastern Washington. Sen. Patty Murray introduced legislation that would return the remains to a coalition of Columbia Basin tribes.

Executive takes action expand access to affordable housing | King County

  • Feb 9, 2016 at 11:00AM

King County Executive Dow Constantine announced a series of actions to confront homelessness and create additional affordable housing, building on the work he's already done since declaring a state of emergency in November.

Wealth is created when government provides the proper conditions | Letter to the Editor

  • Aug 13, 2015 at 1:00PM

I was saddened to read the “almost amused” attack on Rich Elfers and his recent column on business and government. It was typical of the extreme conservative view that wealth is the end all and be all of this country or our existence. It was saddening to see a defense of child labor and 14- to 16-hour work days.

Salmonella illness outbreak linked to pork expands | Department of Health

  • Aug 13, 2015 at 1:00PM

The Salmonella outbreak linked to pork products has grown to 134 cases in 10 counties around the state. Consumers are advised to cook pork thoroughly. The case count has continued to grow as state health officials work with Public Health — Seattle & King County along with other local, state, and federal partners on the disease investigation. The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) sent its team of “disease detectives” to the state to help.

No quarantine for Zika-affected travelers | Public Health Insider

  • Feb 9, 2016 at 1:49PM

Experts are still learning about Zika virus, and in this time of uncertainty, some some are calling for a quarantine on travelers from areas affected by Zika. I don’t think it’s a good idea.

Air pollution rule proposes new fees | Department of Ecology

  • Aug 13, 2015 at 5:10PM

Under the federal Clean Air Act, Washington is required to have an air operating permit program for the largest sources of air pollution in the state. Businesses and industries that produce 100 tons or more of air pollution a year are required to obtain an air operating permit.

Death investigation in Buckley | Enumclaw & Buckley Police Blotter

  • Feb 10, 2016 at 9:00AM

Police assisted with a death investigation in Carbonado, a problem with a juvenile at Wilkeson Elementary and narcotics activity at a Park Avenue address in Buckley.

Elk and auto | Enumclaw Police Blotter

  • Aug 14, 2015 at 9:00AM

An officer was dispatched at 11:26 p.m. Aug. 1 to help with a disabled vehicle at Southeast 456th Street and 284th Avenue Southeast. It was determined the vehicle had hit an elk. Neither the driver nor the elk appeared injured and the vehicle, while damaged, could be driven from the scene.

If governor thinks his idea is sound, let people decide | Letter to the Editor

  • Aug 14, 2015 at 10:00AM

The legislature struggled making decisions in a timely manner thereby requiring multiple sessions. Amazingly, they didn’t suffer too much angst over their 11 percent pay increase while struggling to raise the teachers’ pay; new teachers would gladly work for the $40,000-plus the legislators receive.

Takes issue with column in support of gay marriage | Letter to the Editor

  • Aug 14, 2015 at 11:00AM

Culture war’s come to the Plateau. Perhaps a more appropriate title would be “societies definition of marriage is changing.” Jesus made this clear in his discourse on marriage and divorce. “In the beginning,” he says, man and women – male and female. I have a strong suspicion Mr. Still has read too much Rob Bell and not enough Jesus Christ.

China making push in world economy | Rich Elfers

  • Aug 14, 2015 at 1:00PM

Centuries ago, China was the major world power. China and Europe were linked by what became known as the “Silk Road.” China’s silks, porcelain and technologies like printing, chess, the compass and gunpowder traveled west along this road to change the West and the world.

Presidential Primaries | 57 Seconds with Senator Joe Fain

  • Feb 10, 2016 at 1:56PM

What does the state have to do with presidential primary elections? Senator Joe Fain explains... in 57 Seconds.

Life depends upon how we handle our ‘turning points’ | Church Corner

  • Aug 14, 2015 at 2:00PM

Life, as we know it, is not a straight line from cradle to grave. Life is filled with situations and circumstances that force us to make choices about which direction we’re going to go. We call these turning points. These are times of crisis or a critical point where we are forced to take action to make things different. Turning points come in all shapes and sizes. While our lives can be filled with them, there are usually a few that are crucial.

Watch for a fight | Enumclaw & Buckley Police Blotter

  • Feb 11, 2016 at 9:00AM

King County authorities notified city police the afternoon of Jan. 29, stating they had been waiting at the Mud Mountain Dam park for a group of high school students who were reportedly going to fight.

Fight on Griffin | Enumclaw Police Blotter

  • Aug 15, 2015 at 9:00AM

Police took a report at 1:19 a.m. Aug. 2 of a fight in progress outside a Griffin Avenue establishment. The group had dispersed when officers arrived. Those still on the scene declined to speak with police or provide statements. No victim came forward and there were no reported injuries.

Charges filed in fatal shooting at homeless encampment | King County Prosecutor

  • Feb 11, 2016 at 10:00AM

Three teenage brothers were charged this morning in connection with last week’s fatal shooting at a homeless encampment near I-5 in the Beacon Hill area.

Enumclaw-area projects funded by King County | King County Council

  • Feb 11, 2016 at 11:29AM

Teaching a life-saving skill, sign replacement, and a partnership to help emergency responders are projects that will receive neighborhood grants announced today by King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn. The Hope Heart Institute, Glacier Vista Neighborhood, and Green Valley Lake Holm Association are the recipients of King County Community Service Area grants.

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