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While All Home attempts to address the issue, the group’s lack of actual power results in little change.
Logan Breidenbach, Kale Engebretsen and Bryson Engebretsen will receive a $1,000 scholarship after they graduate.
Enumclaw’s Golden Elm complex is tackling a growing problem — people who are working, but still can’t afford a place to live.
Becoming Lake TappsWise certified could lead to savings on a septic inspections and pumping.
At first, the plan to grow the council to seven elected officials looked to pass. Then council members changed their minds.
Pierce County News for the week of April 19, 2018
Following intense resistance to the proposal from the suburbs, county officials are taking a wait-and-see approach.
A new three-story building may be built on the corner of Cole and Railroad.
Darlene Dihel’s ink paintings will be on display until May 1.
The Lake Tapps Hornets lacrosse team took a knee to out of respect for Officer James Larson.
Sports fans should also be excited for new home-side covered seating at the school stadium.
The legislation is intended to prevent landlords from discriminating based on the source of a prospective tenant’s income.
Sophia DeMarco and Ian Tobius are the newest members of the Enumclaw City Council.
City Parks Director Michelle Larson estimates a mid- to late-summer opening.
Grab your fishing rod and head down to the pond at Uncle John’s RV Park.
Enumclaw, Black Diamond and other King County cities recognized April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
The Panthers advanced culinary team turned eyes and attracted taste buds with their bacon-themed three course meal at the last Bite of the Apprentice.
Annual passes, vehicle entrance fees and “per person” fees are climbing by $5 this summer.
Adoption rates have been on the rise since 2004.
All 450 deputies are slated carry the heroin overdose antidote by mid-summer.