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Re-channeling the creek will benefit both golfers and salmon, who need a less debris-chocked path upstream.
The council also banned the use of “unmanned aircraft” that can take pictures or audio.
Meet the “army brat” that started his career teaching at JBLM.
The city is still looking for a new police chief.
To keep the downtown economy rolling, Enumclaw is considering what other cities have already enacted.
Mara (Koplitz) Rogan placed sixth individually in the Class 4A field while she was a Hornet.
Two shops were broken into three times in early July.
The fire has been going for more than eight weeks, and local, state, and federal government departments are involved in putting it out.
“It’s not easy because I absolutely love my job and I love the department.”
Hagadone spent more than 40 years in public education, as a teacher and administrator
This was a first step in highlighting recreational opportunities in the Carbon River Valley.
More than $28,000 was raised for Plateau Outreach Ministries and the Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation.
The Buckley student ranks No. 17 in the nation in his age group.
You can still live bid at the Expo Center, or, for the first time, bid online.
If sports start up again, White River and Enumclaw will be in the same league.
The former chief’s final day was June 30.
Both the father and son were thrown from their boat, but the child made it to shore.
Properties in Orting saw the greatest percentage increase over last year
The city council recently approved its latest six-year Transportation Improvement Program plan.
The goal is to raise $20,000 for Plateau Outreach Ministries and the Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation.