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This last week, Black Diamond held up the permit for the city's 100-year-old Labor Days festival; a Graham man pleaded guilty to the murder of Enumclaw reisdent Nicole White; a local Pony squad claimed the state baseball title but fell in the regional tournament; the Enumclaw School Board is looking for a new member; and the city's street fair and annual Scottish Highland Games are providing entertainment for all ages. Read more in this week's Weekend Briefing!
Community Events, July 2016
The Enumclaw School District is looking for someone to join its five-member board of directors.
Today, as part of a plea agreement, Jonathan Daniel Harris, 30, pleaded guilty to 2nd degree murder, 2nd degree assault and 3rd degree assault in the June, 2015 beating death of Nicole White.
During the first half of the day, police had responded to a non-injury automobile accident on state Route 410 and an alleged assault at Rainier School.
An estimated 70,000 people in Washington are likely infected with hepatitis C, an infectious disease which can cause liver damage, liver failure, and liver cancer. The Washington State Department of Health released a report showing the impact of hepatitis C in Washington.