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I’m the new reporter at the Courier-Herald. Here’s a little bit of information about me.
Officer Tyler Ewalt noticed the inmate-in-crisis over a video screen in March.
It will involve new flooring, electrical upgrades and carving out space for the Historical Society.
Bill would reimburse local government litter pick-up, require more litter prevention messaging
An Enumclaw officer at one point struck the suspect’s vehicle to prevent a collision with a bystander.
Council Member James Morem is moving with his family to Nebraska
Event in honor of Buckley teen will feature skate competition, silent auction
The hourlong event will give citizens a chance to learn, ask questions of the legislative session.
Virtual conference will highlight resources for recovery, science behind addiction
Sheriff found deputy’s actions “demonstrated a disregard for the public, (his) partner and (himself)”.
Teago Manoharan wants to bring a bakery to Buckley. And an app. And a restaurant. And classes.
The story may be fictional, but it all draws from McCully’s childhood in the mid-20th century.
For the second year in a row, the hunts are as hard to find as the eggs.
Hitting the hiking trail to escape pandemic-induced ennui? A bit of preparation could save your bacon
It’s been quite the year for search and rescue operations at Mount Rainier.
Council members agreed kids need to wear helmets, but differed on specifics of the proposal
The highway will still allow north-south traffic, but expect extra congestion for the next month.
Council also approved a stormwater ordinance, and discussed skatepark safety efforts.
Street Rods by Denny has become Sander’s Street Rods.
Berrett Michael Wirth Crossley’s death prompts outpouring of love, campaign to keep kids safe.
Additionally, the Kent and Auburn vaccine sites have opened up to those 65 and older.