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A small stretch of 224th Avenue Southeast will soon become a bridge.
The event is open to all men, but especially those in need of a little company.
The council will deliberate on their choices during the March 8 meeting.
Darrel N. Winston was given probation, home detention, and community service for his part in helping two Enumclaw residents allegedly steal $460,000 in local taxpayer dollars.
That makes 18 total residents looking to fill two open seats.
Many believe the damage should be covered by their home warranty, but they’ve been declined, citing “acts of God.”
5 percent of city residents have come down with the virus.
Enumclaw was one of the first schools in the state to join a Department of Health pilot program for testing school staff.
If you want to be a columnist in the summer of 2021, now’s the time to start writing.
The annual court almost didn’t happen this year, but enough girls from around Pierce County convinced the Daffodil Festival to keep it going.
Rural Development Initiatives starts its program at the end of March.
Luckily, it appears none were actually used when treating patients.
At least 11 residents are hoping to join the council. Here’s an introduction to them.
Enumclaw Music will return 2.5 percent of your purchase if you buy with cash.
Millions of people are unable to give blood because of their sexual preferences. Let’s change that.
Now’s your chance to tell the county what it should do with the new 56 acres.
The Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department visited Buckley on Feb. 6.
You can help out at clinics, or man a phone bank to get people scheduled for appointments.
Houseplants are selling like hotcakes this year — and a local business can help you get started.
Young Buckley writers and artists have an opportunity to show off their work in the annual Pierce County Library System Our Own Expressions Teen Writing… Continue reading