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Local Sasquatch event to be live-streamed

Due to the coronavirus, the convention has to be put online — but that means more people can participate in the live-stream presentations.

 

Foothills Museum applies for state grant for new building

The reason is simple: it’s running out of room. But in order to get this grant, the museum will need your support.

 

Mud Mountain Dam park closes

It’s all a part of social distancing.

 

Restaurants contemplate take-out services; local events canceled

The Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce is encouraging Plateau residents to continue supporting local businesses in a safe and responsible manner.

Black Diamond declares state of emergency

There will be no more city council meetings for the near future, and some city departments are closed to the public.

Mount Rainier car prowler sentenced to 25 months

The Department of Justice said his actions left multiple victims stranded at national parks with no phone, car keys, or warm clothes.

Plateau schools closed through April

Both the Enumclaw and White River School District is offering free daily meals and helping organize childcare options for healthcare workers and first responders.

KCLS closes libraries to prevent COVID-19 spread

Libraries will close tonight, March 13, at 6 p.m., and are planned to reopen April 13.

CHI opens 11 COVID-19 screening centers around Washington

Federal Way, Bonney Lake, Puyallup and Enumclaw are some of the places people can go to get tested.

Enumclaw’s dairy scene is disappearing

American tastes are changing, but farms hold a valuable position in local economies.

Coronavirus chaos has yet to reach the Plateau

So far, schools and community services remain open, and there have been no cases reported out of St. Elizabeth Hospital.

The president and the king

Just because someone has power doesn’t make them a leader.

Policía local, niño bilingüe salva la vida del bebé

A local cop and a bilingual child saved baby’s life earlier this month. Read in English and Spanish.

Library’s Community Creators contest winners announced

Look out for the upcoming tea parties, D&D workshops, STEAM-focused gardening classes, and historical puzzles in the near future.

Buckley teacher honored for commitment to personalized learning

Craig Bishop has been successfully utilizing the IXL Learning program in his fourth grade class.

After hate group comes to town, Black Diamond talks inclusion

The city council decided to workshop a resolution, proclamation, or mission statement later in March.

Documentary exploring smart phone, social media addiction comes to Enumclaw

“Like” explores why we can be so hooked to our phones, and explains how that’s no accident.

Local entrepreneur gives tips on successful crowdfunding

Enumclaw Councilman Beau Chevassus has learned from his Kickstarter flops, and now has had several successful money-making ventures.

Enumclaw, White River levy measures passing

Preliminary results for the February 2020 special election are in.

Enumclaw teens drowned, Rainier School resident still missing in separate incidents

The search for Joel Wellman, the Rainier School resident, was officially called off Feb. 3.