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“As students of the Enumclaw School District, we are saying loudly and clearly that we are unequivocally denouncing not only the hate that was in the first video but also the continued hate, threats and retaliation that followed, attacking the students that were brave enough to stand up and call them out on their act.”
It’s unclear what led to Chelsea Ulrich leaving the road and crashing her car.
Low-income students and students of color have a higher chance of having only mobile internet access compared to their peers.
If passed by the council, these impact fees would require housing developers to pay thousands to local school districts for every single- and multi-family home.
More than 50 first responders tackled the brush fire off SR 410.
Not only was it a risky financial venture, but with other rodeos cancelled, there are no cowboys (or cowgirls) around to compete.
Tina McGann’s replacement will be announced mid-September.
Kenneth Ray Bishop, 58, was scheduled to be arraigned today, Aug. 6.
Sundays on Cole and monthly cruises are a lifeline to restaurants and retailers — but how long will it last?
They city hopes the grant money will help the court be painted in Hornet colors, as well as feature the high school’s logo.
Pierce County libraries are also offering a backpack with educational materials and binoculars, while King County libraries are just letting people check out the passes.
You can learn archery, how to ride a horse, enroll in a dance class, or finally learn to play guitar.
Congratulations to Luke Miller, Daisy DeVine, Julie Reece-DeMarco, and Jeff Antonelis-Lapp.
FCS Group was one of three firms that answered the city’s request for proposals.
The meeting is Thursday, July 30, at Headworks Brewing.
Plans to establish a hybrid learning model of both distance and in-school learning were being developed when county health departments voiced strong support for 100 percent online schooling, at least to start.
One is being installed at City Hall, and another located at the Cole Street and SR 410 intersection is moving closer to downtown.
As an alternative to traditional farmer’s markets, the REKO Market only allows pre-orders, which may be a more attractive business model during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The city also received another 1,000 masks from the Seattle-based Taipei Cultural Economic Office, whose director came down to the city today, July 20, to donate the supplies and host a small gift exchange.
The Paycheck Protection Program won’t cover operational costs, and other loans put business owners into debt.