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Enumclaw volleyball takes third-place honors at Yakima Sundome after losing close match to Sentinels
The EHS squad, under the direction of veteran coach Jackie Carel, took first in pool play.
Here’s how our local high school football teams fared last week.
Late-game heroics sealed the deal for both teams.
Both teams are coming back with experienced talent and plenty of competition.
More information is available on the districts’ websites.
Both teams will head south to Thurston County for their non-league season openers.
It’s part of the grander conversation about the future of Enumclaw’s small but bustling downtown.
Locals are looking for a permanent solution to some sanitary troubles.
Three White River High students competed with the best of the Northwest.
Profits soared with crowds turning out to the first big fair of the season,
Enumclaw asked to rezone land for multi-family development; talks about tax incentives for others.
With football beginning Wednesday and other sports on Monday, DOH issues rules for masks, testing.
The fire was an explosive reminder of the region’s coal-mining history.
It will be all about dogs Aug. 14-22 when the Expo Center hosts the Olympic Kennel Club show.
Classic rock, jazz and blues are on the menu for one more month of live tunes.
Enumclaw paid host to The Moving Wall Vietnam War memorial last week.
Chris Beals, longtime district employee and currently No. 2 administrator, announces departure.
Trees were removed atop Mount Peak and crews are building a tower that will be airlifted into place.
Looking for trails? The Mud Mountain Dam recreation area has three within easy access.