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The ribbon cutting for the new music wing is Aug. 28 at 5 p.m., though the open house lasts until 8.
Kristin Strudivan will be signing autographs before and after the rodeo, which is Aug. 22 - 24.
A new bridge could come as soon as 2021 or 2022.
Plateau Outreach Ministries works with the county to repair vulnerable homes
Art Gamblin moved to Enumclaw in 1965 — his family has made it their home ever since.
The brick and mortar shop had to close in June due to heavy smoke damage from a rag fire.
The Aug. 15 “Pint Night” at Headworks Brewery will go to the Gary Sinise Foundation.
Additionally, the public comment period for the Cedar Hills Regional Landfill in Maple Valley is open through Aug. 26.
A new library program is having a mini-resource fair with Sea Mar and Colectiva Legal del Pueblo.
The parks levy is passing, and Paul Fisher and Eric Heintzinger are leading the Enumclaw Fire Department commissioner race.
The display chronicles the life of Pete Storbo and the Mount Rainier Mining Company.
The empty lot next to The Local coffeeshop could potentially be used for plant or art sales, or incorporated into the Sundays on Cole events.
The Aug. 10 event will feature 18 trophies for various truck, car, and semi-truck competitions.
The pilot program will not only help students, but their parents as well, with mental health workers hosting discussions at the Enumclaw and Buckley libraries.
There’s $139,500 in Enumclaw’s budget for outside agencies.
A survey asking about how safe you feel at your local library is open through Aug. 15.
The event is Thursday, Aug. 8, at the high school.
It’s Enumclaw’s busiest weekend starting Friday, July 26.
Being a good neighbor is one way to improve your life and become a better person.
This is the second year the festival has been hosted at the Enumclaw Expo Center Field House.