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The only non-league loss was EHS against Tahoma.
Upon his release, Ronald Clayton cut off his GPS tracker and obtained enough meth for a felony charge.
The Calvary Presbyterian church will be hosting a “community conversation” on affordable housing on Oct. 26.
A bill passed in last year’s legislative session allows cities to keep funds for affordable housing by seeking a credit against the state’s share of local sales taxes.
A relatively new martini lounge in Bonney Lake is now offering a live-entertainment series.
Enumclaw fell to the Lancers, their first lost of the season.
Bigfoot Java is looking to move into this spot at the intersection of Main Street and SR 410.
National Plant Services will be warning residents they may see smoke, but it will be nothing to worry about.
Sophia recently returned from a volunteer trip to Ecuador, where she helped build a water tower and a school.
Enumclaw and White River school districts just pushed past 4,000 students each.
Local Darrell Dickson was fined $4,000, while Karen Jensen was fined $2,000, for not properly disclosing campaign contributions.
EHS took first place in all every event.
EHS is riding high on a 3-0 record, while WRHS is down to 1-2.
The group is also considering a chance to perform in D.C.
A tree fell in August, damaging a bridge that connects Buckley and South Prairie.
Two more increases are expected in 2020 and 2021.
It was a close call, with the WRHS Hornets scoring the winning goal in the last moments.
It was a good Friday for both Hornet teams.
Despite the bad weather cancelling the event, the Enumclaw Expo Center saw a huge crowd and even made a profit.
The volleyball team is looking to improve it’s eighth-place state tournament placing from last year.