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Enumclaw, Buckley busy during the holidays

What’s going on during the holiday season on the Plateau? Here’s a list of activities you and your family may enjoy!

  • Nov 15, 2017

Bonney Lake, Sumner gear up for holiday festivities

Plateau holiday festivities are right around the corner.

  • Nov 15, 2017

Suspect faces possible ‘third strike’ after alleged car chase, kidnapping

A suspect with a long criminal history finds himself in “third strike” jeopardy, the result of an alleged robbery in Enumclaw and ensuing car chase out of town.

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Pierce County News for the week of Nov. 9, 2017

  • Nov 13, 2017

Giving Trees help kids with Christmas

Nexus Youth And Families Enumclaw is asking local residents to help a child in need this Christmas by participating in the organization’s Giving Tree program.

  • Nov 13, 2017

Election 2017: Change in Enumclaw; Buckley mayor race close

The 2017 general election is over, and although the results are still two weeks from being certified, many candidates are in the clear to take up their elected positions come winter.

  • Nov 13, 2017

Other Veteran Day events in Auburn, Sumner

In addition to the Veterans Day event at the Tahoma National Cemetery, there are other family-friendly activities in the surrounding Plateau community the public can attend this Saturday.

  • Nov 10, 2017

Buckley museum honors local vets this holiday

If you’re looking to celebrate local veterans, both past and present, the Foothills Historical Museum in Buckley has you covered.

Sumner students spent summer learning to define, defy boundaries

Four Sumner High School students explored the world of boundaries last summer when they attended the International Baccalaureate (IB) Organization’s World Student Conference in New York.

Bonney Lake releases update on water consumption issue

While the city of Bonney Lake is still analyzing data from hundreds of residents’ water meters, an update was released last week announcing city staff have found no discrepancies so far.

General election results | Updated Nov. 10

The November 2017 general election primary results are in! For the most up-to-date results, check out King County and Pierce County’s election pages.

  • Nov 9, 2017

Green River program targets women, people of color for STEM education

A new program at Green River College will focus on helping students of color and women transfer to universities for STEM-related degrees and careers.

  • Nov 8, 2017

PSE responds to wrongful death suit of Bonney Lake teen

In Aug. 2014, Bonney Lake High School student Madeline Roskie, 18, was inner-tubing with her boyfriend when she suddenly fell unconscious in the Puyallup River. East Pierce Fire and Rescue pronounced her dead at the scene when they arrived. Puget Sound Energy has responded to the wrongful death suit filed last August.

Enumclaw teacher lands national award; CTE program benefits

From a field of nearly 700 applicants, Enumclaw High School’s Bob Kilmer emerged as one of just three winners in the inaugural Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence.

  • Nov 7, 2017

Enumclaw’s Rossman is keynote speaker at Tahoma ceremony

George Rossman, former Enumclaw mayor who saw duty during the Korean War, will serve as keynote speaker during the annual Veterans Day program at Tahoma National Cemetery.

  • Nov 7, 2017

Enumclaw council mulls new utility, higher property tax

Enumclaw property owners can anticipate an increased tax bill in 2018, if current plans by city administration are adopted.

Enumclaw boy dies following Highway 169 crash

A young boy was critically injured the morning of Nov. 1, following a traffic collision just north of Enumclaw.

Environmental public comments end on proposed Black Diamond mine reopening

Black Diamond may soon be returning to its roots as a mining town. Plans to reopen the John Henry Mine, formerly the Black Diamond Mine, have been in the works for seven years, but recent developments have taken The Pacific Coast Coal Company closer to its goal.

Enumclaw locals give aid in Puerto Rico

More than a month after being leveled by hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico is still trying to set up basic services for its US residents. But every day, federal aid workers and volunteers from all over world are working every day toward helping the island recover, including Enumclaw locals Tyler Gachen and Ryan Wood.