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A photo of the Moving Wall

Traveling “Moving Wall” will spend four days in Enumclaw

The Moving Wall will arrive in the Plateau Aug. 5.

A photo of the Moving Wall
Sunny skies greet track and field athletes at Arrow Lumber Stadium Thursday afternoon. Enumclaw High made the trek across the river to take on their Buckley hosts, but headed home on the short end of the scoring. Here, Enumclaw's Ellie DeGroot clears a hurdle on the way to victory; also, a trio of White River runners complete a first lap on the track. Photo by Kevin Hanson

White River prevails on home track, both girls and boys earn victories

WRHS boys emerged victorious with an 87.5-41.5 victory against EHS, while the girls came out on top 74-62.

Sunny skies greet track and field athletes at Arrow Lumber Stadium Thursday afternoon. Enumclaw High made the trek across the river to take on their Buckley hosts, but headed home on the short end of the scoring. Here, Enumclaw's Ellie DeGroot clears a hurdle on the way to victory; also, a trio of White River runners complete a first lap on the track. Photo by Kevin Hanson
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Changes coming to the Enumclaw High School athletics program

EHS Athletic Director Dave Stokke is retiring — so Principal Phil Engebretsen and Assistant Principal Chad Davidson are taking on some more duties.

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Enumclaw High School will start bringing students back full time May 3. Pictured here is a student receiving a temperature check in February, when the district started allowing students back into classrooms with mix of in-person and at-home learning models. Photo by Kevin Hanson

Enumclaw students make full-time return to classrooms May 3

About a quarter of all secondary education students remain at home.

Enumclaw High School will start bringing students back full time May 3. Pictured here is a student receiving a temperature check in February, when the district started allowing students back into classrooms with mix of in-person and at-home learning models. Photo by Kevin Hanson
Shelby Moore shows off some of the impressive hardware she earned during a championship effort at wrestling nationals. Submitted photo

Shelby Moore captures trio of national wrestling championships

Moore is a 15-year-old sophomore at White River High School.

Shelby Moore shows off some of the impressive hardware she earned during a championship effort at wrestling nationals. Submitted photo
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Gov. Jay Inslee visited Elk Ridge Elementary School in the White River School District on Feb. 2, 2021 as part of his push to re-open schools safety for teachers, students, and their families. Photo courtesy the White River School District

White River students returning to classrooms full-time April 19

The Enumclaw School District has yet to make any similar announcement.

Gov. Jay Inslee visited Elk Ridge Elementary School in the White River School District on Feb. 2, 2021 as part of his push to re-open schools safety for teachers, students, and their families. Photo courtesy the White River School District
White River's Friday night victory over the visiting Washington Patriots was sparked by a ground attack. Photo by Kevin Hanson

Season 1 sports: all finished except golf, football

The annual Battle of the Bridge is this Friday, April 2.

White River's Friday night victory over the visiting Washington Patriots was sparked by a ground attack. Photo by Kevin Hanson
Cast members have been rehearsing for their upcoming virtual performance of "Alone, Together." Among those taking part are Jasmine Dumontet and Mateo Cuadros, who perform a dance number from the scene "But Here I Am." Photo by Kevin Hanson

“Alone, Together” is another virtual play by Enumclaw High students

The play will be performed April 1-3 and 8-10.

Cast members have been rehearsing for their upcoming virtual performance of "Alone, Together." Among those taking part are Jasmine Dumontet and Mateo Cuadros, who perform a dance number from the scene "But Here I Am." Photo by Kevin Hanson
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Buckley's Payton Stroud, left, competes during the national collegiate championships. Photo courtesy McKendree University Athletics

Buckley’s Payton Stroud fifth at national wrestling championships

The former Hornet helped her team retain their championship title.

Buckley's Payton Stroud, left, competes during the national collegiate championships. Photo courtesy McKendree University Athletics
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White River slips past Enumclaw on golf course

The White River boys barely topped the EHS Hornets 71-69.

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Enumclaw High's Royal Snyder outruns Mount Tahoma defenders during the early stages of Friday night's lopsided Hornet victory. Photo by Kevin Hanson
Enumclaw High's Royal Snyder outruns Mount Tahoma defenders during the early stages of Friday night's lopsided Hornet victory. Photo by Kevin Hanson
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Soccer teams undefeated; offenses explode

Both the White River and Enumclaw teams are scoring like they’ve never before.

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White River's Cheyenne Fessler. Photo by Kevin Hanson

First meet for local swim and dive squads

Enumclaw and White River faced off Clover Park virtually on March 4.

White River's Cheyenne Fessler. Photo by Kevin Hanson
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A portion of the South Prairie Creek, which recently received updates to its flood thresholds. Photo courtesy the Puget Sound Estuary Program

Flood information improved for pair of local waterways

Both the White River and South Prairie Creek received flooding threshold updates.

A portion of the South Prairie Creek, which recently received updates to its flood thresholds. Photo courtesy the Puget Sound Estuary Program
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Seasons will overlap during condensed sports calendar

A reminder on how the remaining school sports will play out this year.

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Utility work was being done in the intersection of Semanski and Warner last week, unrelated to the upcoming roundabout work. Photo by Ray Miller-Still

With roundabout on the way, busy intersection to close for two months

Semanski and Warner will close to all but local traffic on March 15.

Utility work was being done in the intersection of Semanski and Warner last week, unrelated to the upcoming roundabout work. Photo by Ray Miller-Still