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$2.8 million was allotted in the state legislature’s capital budget this year to jumpstart the project, which is expected to be compete between 2020 and 2021.
Enumclaw’s Park Board will host a public meeting March 14 at City Hall.
The March 10 event will have various health screenings and kids activities.
The plane was in tatters, but the passenger compartment was intact, and firefighters were able to extract the conscious pilot.
The land is expected to be bought by King County, which plans to protect the forest and lake from urban sprawl.
New classrooms, science labs, an expanded commons, library and career center will be open by October, a couple of months faster than originally expected.
Britt Nelson will be leaving her position as head of the organization in June.
Instead of 7:30 p.m. on Moondays, the council will now meet at 7 p.m. sharp.
The event, held at Enumclaw High School, will help fund the Enumclaw Food Bank and Plateau Outreach Ministries.
Sophia DeMarco will head down to Washington D.C. as a state winner of the Prudential Spirit of Service Award
The goal is to raise about $1,000 for various school events.
Weeks Funeral Home in Enumclaw and Buckley is collecting all sorts of socks.
Gabrielle DeMarco of Enumclaw High School won the Voice of Democracy award, while Keyera Huyler of Enumclaw Middle School won the Patriots Pen contest.
City Council gave approval for a 16-home development off Semanski Street.
Nexus, Plateau Outreach Ministries and the Chamber of Commerce were among the several organizations receiving funding from the city.
Celebrate the coming of spring with breakfast, fun hats and Ciscoe Morris.
After losing their child Samsara, Lax and Travis Burt spent a summer healing from their grief. Now they want to offer that same opportunity to others who are looking for answers.
Enumclaw’s Nexus Youth and Families organization received $23,000 in grants for its Summer Nature Adventure Program for low-income children and their families.
With the state’s new “levy swap,” levies for the Enumclaw, White River, Sumner-Bonney Lake and Dieringer school districts will amount to less than what they have in the past.
The council may start meeting at 7 p.m. instead of 7:30 p.m. A vote is expected Feb. 12.