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The WRHS girls once again are one of the favorites to take the state championship.
Here’s a recap of how the Plateau fared during last week’s downpour.
Hornets Jackson McCann, Jackson Nielsen, Connor Uhde and Fulton Gunderson all hope for a successful post-high school sports career.
This could change next year, if voters approve the White River School District levy on the Feb. 11 ballot.
She received the top scores in the floor exercise, beam, and vault.
The city council wants the state to consider the Plateau’s highway capacity issues.
Ben Jazbutis, Tanner Harms, Luke Perlot, Jacob Hauswirth and Logan McNabb will be competing this year.
White River boys and girls finished undefeated in league play.
Make sure you cast your vote by Feb. 11.
Former Councilwoman Sandy Burkett just took on a job at the Buckley Police Department.
Gabe Hawthorne and Weston Lyver both earned first in their weight classes.
The Chamber hopes to convince the state to keep Cayuse Pass open year-round, citing economic impacts for Enumclaw.
The event is tonight, Jan. 24, during the 7 p.m. basketball game against Federal Way.
And White River will be likely extending the year to make up for the lost day.
Also, City Administrator Dave Schmidt will be retiring in March.
This year’s theme is “Enumclaw School District’s Got Talent.”
Among them is seeking conceptual plans for a downtown pavilion.
Claire DiCugno and Jalia Williams are No. 1 in their weight classes.
Rehearsals are Thursday evenings in the Enumclaw Middle School choir room.