City celebrates salmon

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An architect's rendering shows the outside appearance of the building that will replace the existing Courier-Herald structure at the corner of Cole Street and Myrtle Avenue.
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Downtown Enumclaw was given over to celebrating the salmon Saturday, as visitors to the inaugural Enumclaw Salmon Festival strolled through educational displays, listened to live music and sampled tasty treats. A youngster exits "FIN, The Migrating Salmon," a 25-foot educational display that teaches about salmon habitat. Those who cared to venture from downtown were shuttled to a stretch of Newaukum Creek for a first-hand look at spawning salmon.

Photo by Kevin Hanson.

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