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No matter your heritage, join Enumclaw’s Danish Sisterhood Saturday, Nov. 10 for their annual Christmas bazaar and bake sale, or become a member of the Sisterhood itself.
I-1631 campaign organizers say they will continue pushing for a cleaner future.
Candidates compete for seat vacated by Republican Dave Reichert
Van Hoof Construction was fined $21,000 for five separate violations.
The motorcycle lobbyist group donated more than $1,000 to the fire department.
At an Oct. 23 fundraiser, the King County Sexual Assault Resource Center told its donors it saw a 300 percent increase in calls to its 24/7 hotline in the week following the Kavanaugh hearings.
If you haven’t voted yet — do it. Afterward, attend the 2018 King County Behavioral Health Legislative Forum on Nov. 8.
The winners will be announced in December.
The agreement would have provided a part-time position, paid for by the city, to help the Greater Bonney Lake Historical Society grow.
Studies are still being conducted on exactly how cannabis affects people in the short- and long-term, but here are some definitive facts and figures.
Another item accepting $30,000 in credit for work that did not meet the terms of a million-dollar contract.
The mysterious backers of the initiative won’t say why, but some think it’s because they couldn’t get funding to gather the necessary signatures.
The Trump administration slashes the time frame to sign up for insurance.
The Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation and the Enumclaw School District are hosting a panel of local mental health professionals and advocates to talk about suicide prevention on Nov. 14.
Check out how much your bill may grow or shrink, depending on how much trash you produce.
The Seattle woman was hospitalized in September and has recovered.
This is the third time Fleishmann’s Vinegar Company has been fined for similar incidences.
King County tests only 4 percent of kids for lead poisoning, less than many other states. This could be a problem.
The new museum has been planned for the last five years, opening just last August for people who enjoy the mysteries of fraternal organizations.
Terry Wayne Shepard was convicted in June.