Weekend Briefing | News for Aug. 8 – 12

  • Fri Aug 12th, 2016 10:30pm
  • News

Teens stabbed during Enumclaw street brawl

Two teens were stabbed in Enumclaw during a brawl that was set up through social media. According to authorities, two 18-year-olds agreed to fight, but one brought a knife, sending the other to Harborview with life-threatening injuries. A bystander was also injured in the fight. Read more about the stabbing here.

Attention on the 31st; Legislative district crucial in battle for power in Olympia

The 31st District, spanning from Auburn and Sumner to Enumclaw and Buckley, is going to be the crucial tipping point for state Democrats and Republicans vying for power in Olympia. Running this year are Phil Fortunado and Lane Walthers. Also, the governor’s race is heating up between incumbant Jay Inslee and Bill Bryant. Read more about the upcoming state election here.

Music festival features three stages, 20 acts

The fourth annual Enumclaw Music Festival is right around the corner. This year features three stages and 20 acts from everything to country, rock, jazz and more. Read more about the festival and who all will be playing here.

 

Easing into my college education | Our Corner

Choosing where to go to college and what to study can be a daunting task. Reporter Kayse Angel describes her experience going through community college before heading to a four-year university and how that gave her time (and saved her money) while mapping out her future. Read about Kayse’s college experience here.