Enumclaw

Live music options abound this summer

There are still many concerts you can catch in Buckley and Enumclaw.

Following state lead, Enumclaw to allow pit bulls

The city council unanimously agreed the ban exemptions on July 8.

Sundays On Cole opens season with more vendors

There is also more entertainment and beer options.

Library has new survey for preferred event options

Let librarians know what classes and programs you’d like to see in the near future.

County to visit Enumclaw, ensuring pets are licensed

There are many places in town where you can purchase a license.

Local author writes cozy Enumclaw mystery

K.A. Miltimore explores the theme of diversity and tolerance by making her fictional Enumclaw just the tiniest bit more magical.

Rules on pit bulls to be relaxed

Enumclaw and Buckley can still ban “dangerous breeds,” but individual dogs that pass a class must be exempted from the ban.

Stars and Stripes Parade ready to roll

Get ready for a rock n’ rollin’ time on Cole Street during the Fourth of July.

‘Spike’ seen in malicious mischief, arson

Two Little Free Libraries were burned down in Enumclaw last week.

Refugee supporters ride through Enumclaw

This year’s SEA TRI KAN ride, organized by World Relief, was the largest yet.

Reunion set for Class of 1984

The reunion is set for Aug. 3.

Fireworks enthusiasts, remember local ordinances

Getting caught lighting off fireworks outside the legal time window or lighting “special” fireworks could land you a misdemeanor or civil infraction.

Locals earn university honors

WSU, Central Washington, UW, and others are represented.

Changes at the top at Enumclaw High School

Principal Aaron Lee is stepping down at EHS, and will be replaced by Athletic Director Phil Engebretsen.

New fundraising group wants to harness the power of 100

The first meeting is July 1 at The Claw.

Morning fire is mostly smoke

Cascadia Pizza suffered bad smoke damage last Wednesday.

More trail coming; only thing missing is a bridge

Both Enumclaw and Buckley residents celebrated the Foothills Trail expansion groundbreaking event last Wednesday.

Come meet local artists at Arts Alive!

A June 29 event will be hosting a dozen artists making art at the end of Cole Street.

Helping Plateau, Washington Princesses go to the ball

The Orting-based Princess Project of Washington helps women of all ages dress up for any sort of event, free of charge.

Summer meals available to kids in Enumclaw, Buckley

These programs help feed youths that may have only been able to get their only meal of the day at school.