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Enumclaw took a loss against Todd Beamer, 41-34.
EHS wants to renew its tech levy, while WRHS’ levy is the same one that voters declined in the last general election.
The reception begins at 5:15 on Friday, Dec. 17.
Other utility rates — garbage, water, natural gas — are holding steady.
Many busy streets will have least a little work done on them, so start planning your alternate routes now.
Caleb Evanger and sophomore Gage Sabin earned championships in their weight classes.
The Hornets won handily, 54-8.
The White River girls are currently sitting on a perfect 4-0 record.
500 more seats could be added to the Expo Center’s arena in the near future.
JH Golf submitted the only valid proposal last June.
The district honored her service by naming the board room after her.
The Doc Herren Invitational will begin after the holiday break.
The road work is expected to be performed in 2020.
Residents and businesses may soon have a chance to sponsor the tower, in exchange for their names being attached to the tower’s steps.
The Hornet recently bowled two games at 168 and 201.
The WRHS took first in all four events at a recent meet.
Heavy rainfall closed the Cal Magnussen Trail tin late October.
It took a little longer than expected, but commuters can finally get back to their regular routes.
Last year, girls wrestling took second in state. Will they rise to the top this season?
Will the wrestling teams once again advance to the Mat Classic state tourney?