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Alternating traffic has resumed at Highway 169 in Black Diamond Wednesday, after a vehicle struck a power pole near the 31000 block of 3rd Avenue… Continue reading
Whoever wins will handle issues of homelessness, housing, and wield increased power over policing.
In a little over an hour, you could be under this waterfall.
Daisey Kirtley died in 1886. Now, the Lake Tapps girl’s memory is finally coming home to Buckley.
‘Rock Paper Games’ has weathered COVID-19 with the help of the Plateau gaming community
Stories of residents from the past will be on display
Deputies have not yet found the man suspected of stealing from people attending a wake
The 21-year-old victim’s cause of death has not yet been confirmed.
Newly-updated book chronicles a triumph over the painful memories of Gary Ridgway
The Courier-Herald has compiled a list of local pharmacies offering the shot, and how to get it.
Co-owner Toby Wenham is joining his wife Peggy in retirement from their twin Enumclaw businesses
The city council meeting April 27 also saw discussion on how the city digitizes documents
Those selected will help guide policy on local natural disaster preparations and public health
The non-fatal shooting is still under investigation, and the identity of the suspect has not yet been released.
The tastiest concrete you’ve ever seen is now finished at the Bacon and Eggs skatepark.
Council approved union contract, awarded construction bid and more
COUNTRY Financial gave $1,500 to first responders earlier this month.
Health experts and recovering addicts shared insight, data on staying sober during isolation
Tacoma’s new indie band “Enumclaw” is named after, you guessed it, Enumclaw