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Buckley’s plan for 2020 includes first phase of new park

Also, City Administrator Dave Schmidt will be retiring in March.

‘State of Education’ program to highlight CTE

This year’s theme is “Enumclaw School District’s Got Talent.”

Enumclaw council tackles 2020 projects

Among them is seeking conceptual plans for a downtown pavilion.

White River girls sitting No. 1 in state wrestling rankings

Claire DiCugno and Jalia Williams are No. 1 in their weight classes.

Cascade Foothills Chorale kicks off spring season, accepting new members

Rehearsals are Thursday evenings in the Enumclaw Middle School choir room.

White River boys, girls begin league play 6-0

Enumclaw took a loss against Todd Beamer, 41-34.

Enumclaw, White River pushing school levies

EHS wants to renew its tech levy, while WRHS’ levy is the same one that voters declined in the last general election.

Inaugural class head to WR Hall of Fame

The reception begins at 5:15 on Friday, Dec. 17.

Enumclaw’s stormwater rate increased

Other utility rates — garbage, water, natural gas — are holding steady.

Plenty of road projects on Enumclaw’s 2020 calendar

Many busy streets will have least a little work done on them, so start planning your alternate routes now.

Two White River wrestlers take titles at G-K tourney

Caleb Evanger and sophomore Gage Sabin earned championships in their weight classes.

Enumclaw High girls rout visiting K-M Royals

The Hornets won handily, 54-8.

Holiday break brought a few games, now hoop season is in full swing

The White River girls are currently sitting on a perfect 4-0 record.

Expo Center in line for added seating, new roofing

500 more seats could be added to the Expo Center’s arena in the near future.

New year will bring new management at city-owned golf course

JH Golf submitted the only valid proposal last June.

After 28 years of service, Nancy Merrill offers a goodbye to school board

The district honored her service by naming the board room after her.

EHS wrestlers trounce Raiders for second victory

The Doc Herren Invitational will begin after the holiday break.

State money to help fund Warner Avenue improvements

The road work is expected to be performed in 2020.

Mount Peak tower boosters have been quiet, but work continues

Residents and businesses may soon have a chance to sponsor the tower, in exchange for their names being attached to the tower’s steps.