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Ballots are being mailed out today, Jan. 19, and ballot drop boxes open tomorrow.
The city council could adopt a municipal flag as soon as Jan. 24.
Data shows 15 percent of public COVID tests in December came back positive.
Supply is limited; patrons are asked to limit themselves to two tests per household.
Appeals court ruling says Black Diamond mayor “lacked legal authority” to hire city attorney in 2016
It is the latest ruling in a series of legal battles at the city of Black Diamond.
Truck drivers feel they couldn’t make the trip up Crystal Mountain safely, postponing or cancelling the event for the year.
You must now make an appointment to get tested, but the site is booked through Jan. 17.
Enumclaw’s daily case coronavirus record now stands at 52, although few hospitalizations — and no deaths — have been recently reported.
Jorge and Andrea were on each other’s social periphery growing up — until a fateful night on Cole Street last year.
Let’s reflect on the last year, to better prepare for the year to come.
Tyson Gamblin, the board’s new president, touched on several controversial issues during the Dec. 13 meeting.
The local vaccination rate continues to lag behind rest of the county.
The Market, located just outside Bonney Lake, aims to do away with some of the more “dehumanizing” aspects of the food bank experience.
Enumclaw school district to place Educational Programs and Operations replacement levy on February ballot
The levy funds everything from counselors and mental health services to fine arts and athletics programs.
Enumclaw author Jamie McGillen pens novel about 19th century women aiming to summit Mt. Rainier.
There’s still time to bring cheer to local kids
But any meaningful action would result in major loss of state funding.
It appears two rogue Zoom users briefly interrupted the meeting with a recording of the “n” word.
Bidding is open through Friday at 7 p.m.
The photoshoot will take place this Saturday, Dec. 4.