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“Together From Afar” debuts Friday, June 18
Plateau athletes took wins in basketball, swimming, wrestling and tennis
EHS grad helped lead Luther to a 3-0 dual meet record and its 14th liberal arts championship
J’Kira Wolbrecht and Yulisa Martinez-Ponce took titles with 655 and 500 pound totals, respectively
Rock n’ roll, blues, jazz and more coming July, August
Alyxandra Bozeman officially took on her new duties last month.
Cole Kaschmitter hit a .438 this abridged season.
A recap of Hornet water polo during this COVID season.
The steel replica tower is estimated to cost around $600,000, though the state and county have given grants to the project.
She’s only the seventh player in WRHS girls’ basketball history to score more than 1,000 points
Officer Colyn McCall began working May 12.
Check out what’s new with Plateau Outreach Ministries and the Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation.
Both athletes will be traveling overseas in mid-August.
White River is planning to host its ceremony June 12 at the Arrow Lumber Stadium, while Enumclaw High is hosting theirs June 14 at the Expo Center.
Enumclaw HS placed first in the SPSL 2A baseball tournament.
Rod Merrell is relocating from Washington’s Marysville School District.
The boys landed a 120-14 victory, and the girls nabbed a 76-39 decision.
Basketball and wrestling are the featured sports this season, so long as King and Pierce County maintain steady COVID case levels.
First was a 4-1 win over Eatonville, then a 3-2 victory over Franklin Pierce.
The Hornets nabbed a big 10-0 win against Eatonville.