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The Enumclaw library and the Escuela de la Vida is hosting a resource fair for everyone this Friday, Oct. 18.
Gamblin Motors is hosting the drive through Nov. 30.
Hit and run at EHS, chronic 911 calls, and slashed tires.
Upon his release, Ronald Clayton cut off his GPS tracker and obtained enough meth for a felony charge.
The Calvary Presbyterian church will be hosting a “community conversation” on affordable housing on Oct. 26.
The Enumclaw business received several top awards for its products.
A bill passed in last year’s legislative session allows cities to keep funds for affordable housing by seeking a credit against the state’s share of local sales taxes.
Russ Weeks, funeral director at of Weeks Funeral Homes, speaks about his profession and how it’s changing with the times.
Visit the Plateau Athletic Club on Oct. 11 and 12 to raise money for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (and maybe even work out, too).
Enumclaw received more than $300,000 from the King County Flood Control District for the project.
The project allowed the original wood of the building to be shown for the first time in decades.
Stolen guns and someone trying to dine and dash.
National Plant Services will be warning residents they may see smoke, but it will be nothing to worry about.
Donna Mae Jokumsen was planning to leave her husband. She disappeared July 5, 1987.
The group has a novel way to raise money for local nonprofits.
Allan and Joann Thomas allegedly stole more than $460,000 from Enumclaw taxpayers by setting up sham companies.
Sophia recently returned from a volunteer trip to Ecuador, where she helped build a water tower and a school.
Enumclaw and White River school districts just pushed past 4,000 students each.
Local Darrell Dickson was fined $4,000, while Karen Jensen was fined $2,000, for not properly disclosing campaign contributions.
The two young students were killed in a car wreck in 2010.