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Crystal Mulling and William Gatlin of Enumclaw were injured and sent to Harborview.
HIV diagnoses in King County are the lowest since 1994.
The district starting having the conversation about having a School Resource Officer after the 2018 Parkland shooting.
Property tax rates have gone down, but value has increased, as well as utility rates.
Washington drivers intervene to prevent driving under the influence | Washington Traffic Safety Commission
Nine percent of drivers admit to driving under the influence.
The Fourth National Climate Assessment: A frightening forecast for public health | Public Health Insider
From extreme weather to increases in toxic exposures, climate change will affect everyone on a local and national level.
Total Reclaim, the state’s largest electronic waste recycler, secretly sent 8.3 million pounds of LCD screens to Hong Kong.
The levy passed with 50.21 percent of the vote.
Find out where in Enumclaw, Buckley, Bonney Lake, or Sumner where you can donate new toys for kids in need.
The 20-year, $80 million bond was the largest fire department bond ever approved by voters in state history.
It’s back at the old Wickersham School of Discovery Campus, where the director went to kindergarden and near where her father went to elementary school.
Public Works Director Jeff Lincoln said the sewer rate can drop 10 percent.
Entering Buckley from the west provides a highway panorama that may not be too attractive and is noticeably short on retail opportunities. Now, in a… Continue reading
Find out how your garbage and recycling pickups will be affected by Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years.
The following is a press release by the Washington State Patrol: On Friday, Nov. 23, the Washington State Patrol and multiple other police agencies will… Continue reading
The district’s Board of Directors was also given the honor of being named the 2018 Board of Distinction.
The victim was Frishta Noori, 25, a Kent mother of two.
A quarter of the world’s population is infected with tuberculosis bacteria, and it’s time to change that.
By 2023, residents will see a 50 percent rise in their water rates and a 40 percent in their sewer rates.
They won’t open again until at least Memorial Day.