Kevin Hanson

Eight weeks until general election

An old political axiom maintains that nothing really heats up until after Labor Day. If that’s true, Plateau voters are in for eight interesting weeks leading up to the Nov. 3 general election.

White River football: Hornets beat Franklin Pierce

Twelve months ago, the White River Hornets struggled to reach the end zone. This year’s crew managed that all-important feat in less than three minutes.

Council gives OK for large rate hike

Enumclaw residents upset at seeing their sewage rates increasing by 55 percent this week can blame two crucial factors.

Creek project put on hold

Logs buried in the ground for decades have brought a screeching halt to a King County project just north of Enumclaw.The county had received a… Continue reading

Labor Days activities planned

Black Diamond hosts annual festivities

White River cross country: Hornets on the fast track for 2009

There is plenty of experience on hand as the White River High cross country squad puts in the necessary miles leading up to the start… Continue reading

White River soccer: Many players return to field

New coach is at the helm

White River football: Hornets hope to improve this season

The dawn of a new season brings hope for all football programs, particularly those hoping to rebound from disappointing years.That's certainly the case on the… Continue reading

Enumclaw cross country: Varsity squad returns

Big things might be expected from the Enumclaw High School girls cross country program this season, as the Hornets return each member of the varsity… Continue reading

Enumclaw soccer: Team starts season against Seattle Prep

Teams faced off at state tournament

Buckley's Stephanie Stennes is entertaining Seahawks fans on the sidelines at Qwest Field.

Buckley gal rocks Seahawk crowd

Local makes the cut at Sea Gal audition

Buckley's Stephanie Stennes is entertaining Seahawks fans on the sidelines at Qwest Field.

New fire district head likes appeal of new home

Joe Clow had two things in mind when he went looking for a new challenge.Enumclaw’s recently-hired fire chief was looking for a department that fit… Continue reading

Annual Marine Memorial Service planned for Aug. 29

The annual memorial service honoring the 32 Marines who died on Mount Rainier more than 60 years ago is planned for noon Aug. 29. The event, hosted by Mount Rainier Detachment 989 of the Marine Corps League, will take place at Veterans Memorial Park.

Election updates show little change

Things's didn't change much during the 36 hours following Tuesday's primary election. Some vote totals and percentages shifted slightly as additional votes were counted, but nothing changed the outcome of the various races.

Election updates show little change

Things's didn't change much during the 36 hours following Tuesday's primary election. Some vote totals and percentages shifted slightly as additional votes were counted, but nothing changed the outcome of the various races.

Voters pare down field in county, Black Diamond races

Voters in the south end of King County voters had just a few choices during Tuesday's primary election.

Primary election results posted

Voters in the south end of King County voters had just a few choices during Tuesday's primary election.

Sewer rate goes before council

Enumclaw residents should learn how big a hit their budgets will take Monday night, when members of the Enumclaw City Council consider a serious increase in sewer rates.

Garrett Street LID plans scrapped

Bowing to pressure from a group of Garrett Street businessmen, members of the Enumclaw City Council have scrapped plans for immediate formation of a Local Improvement District – but that doesn’t mean the issue will go away entirely.

County lays low on fair

The city of Enumclaw appears ready and willing to operate the King County Fair again next year, but no one knows if the county will step to the plate and offer financial support.