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The Enumclaw PD is using the app to keep in touch with residents.
The market will be open from 3 to 7 p.m. every Thursday through the end of September.
Enumclaw’s Semanski, Park, Division and Blake streets, as well as Lincoln Avenue, will be worked on in mid-June.
The event is Saturday, July 27, during the annual Street Fair.
The $125,000 grant will help bring the pool up to current ADA standards.
The Washington State Auditor’s Office also stated there’s an additional $66,000 in “questionable” payments over the last eight years.
The nonprofit museum’s goal is to raise money for epilepsy awareness, as well as provide a new entertainment and event venue for Plateau locals and visitors.
Allan Thomas, who is under investigation for allegedly stealing more than $400,000 from taxpayers and violating state election law, stepped down May 15. The district’s other commissioner, Kenneth Olson, has done the same.
Many local races are uncontested, and most of the rest will skip primaries.
EHS team of Gracelyn Boren, Dustin Clarke, Daisy Ruvalcaba and Lane Williams took first in the FARM for Kids event.
The annual Enumclaw Collection event is June 1 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
In times of crisis, The Soup Ladies have been there for first responders.
Officer Kim-Xuan Bewer and firefighters John Bloomer and Alex Lind were honored April 25 and May 9.
There are many council positions opening up in Enumclaw, Buckley, and Black Diamond.
Busy streets of downtown Enumclaw will be closed Saturday, so plan accordingly.
King County Councilman Raegan Dunn seeks to remove commissioner Allan Thomas, the center of several investigations, from his seat in the drainage district.
The event is 4 p.m., May 19 near the corner of state Route 410 and Warner Avenue.
Deliveries are going up to $52, but there’s a small window of opportunity to apply for a lower rate.
Is the Garden Bros. Circus coming to Enumclaw? They say yes, but the Expo Center says the contract was terminated after a late payment, and won’t host the event.
New state laws will allow school districts to collect up to $2.50 per $1,000 in assessed property value for educational programs and operations.