Kevin Hanson

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.

LaTurner leading the way for WR bowlers

The Hornet recently bowled two games at 168 and 201.

McGinnes wins all-around

The WRHS took first in all four events at a recent meet.

Popular Mount Peak trail repaired, open to hikers

Heavy rainfall closed the Cal Magnussen Trail tin late October.

Spiketon Bridge now open

It took a little longer than expected, but commuters can finally get back to their regular routes.

WR preview: bowling and boys, girls wrestling

Last year, girls wrestling took second in state. Will they rise to the top this season?

EHS previews: plenty of state vets returning

Will the wrestling teams once again advance to the Mat Classic state tourney?

EHS students travel to Nevada for rangeland contest

This was the first time the Hornets participated in the Western National Rangeland competition.

EHS grad Storm leads the pack in Portland

Hunter Storm was seconds away from setting a new school record in the 6,000 meter.

Key returnees highlight rosters for WR hoops

This season is expected to be a good one for the Hornets.

Suspect with violent history killed by officers outside Enumclaw

It’s unclear why Anthony Chilcott was not being held after a late October arrest for resisting arrest and damaging a patrol car before this most recent incident, which resulted in his death.

Enumclaw girls, boys basketball teams head into winter campaign

The girls retained a core veteran group, while the boys suffered more than a few graduations.

White River Hall of Fame has inaugural inductees

The ceremony is planned for January 17, 2020.

Chinook, Cayuse closed until spring

The passes typically close mid-November to early December.

White River soccer advances to state’s Elite Eight before falling

Their defeat was at the hands of Hockinson High.

Enumclaw High swimmers compete at Class 4A state meet

Margaret Petellin broke her own school record at the event.