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Nickie Lynn has earned a Masters in pastoral studies and has been certified in pastoral ministry, spiritual direction, and labyrinth facilitation — all to help you on your spiritual journey.
The auction is taking the place of the cancelled Street Fair last summer.
Don’t make the mistake many other people make, thinking rabbits are easy to take care of.
The new event is only being hosted April 24 and 25, and on May 1, 2, 8, and 9.
The man was airlifted to a hospital and remains in stable but critical condition.
Eventually, though, the council wants to annex into the fire district.
Debbie Page and Leih Mulvihill are the city’s newest leaders.
There will be modified hours, and entrance to the library will be staggered every hour.
Will Cole Street continue to close on weekends, even after the pandemic is through?
The Lenihan’s home needed far more repair work done than they originally supposed — or could afford.
Residents will soon know how the city will receive fire services — and what that means for their personal finances.
Council members Erin Stout and Steven Paige have left their seats; the first is moving out of state, and the second for work.
Introducing Enumclaw’s newest city council members.
The new business doesn’t just want to sell vintage home decor, but also teach you how to make some yourself.
REKO markets are all about getting food fresh from the farm to your table.
Casey Law believes it can prove homes in the Suntop Farm neighborhood were poorly constructed.
Corrie Frazier and Tom Sauvageau will be sworn in March 22.
The Pacing Parson is still going strong, despite his partial blindness.
The homeless camp near the Battersby Trail is no more — but homelessness remains an issue on the Plateau.
The class is scheduled for March 20, starting at 9 a.m.