Ray Miller-Still

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Voting numbers show Enumclaw staunchly in the red

While 52 percent of the city voted for President Trump, Enumclaw became more Republican the further down the ballot.

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Hometown holiday poster

‘Hometown Holiday’ parade-in-place set for early December

You can cruise the event on Dec. 4 - 6, but make sure to buy your tickets quick — this event is expected to be packed.

Hometown holiday poster
Not only was the vehicle storage small but the building itself was small," said Alan Gamblin of the old building that housed Paulson's Chevrolet, before Gamblin's father bought the dealership. "You could put three cars on the showroom if you used a floor jack to move them around." Photo by Ray Miller-Still

A blast from the past: Paulson’s Chevrolet

The old dealership’s bones are looking through history.

Not only was the vehicle storage small but the building itself was small," said Alan Gamblin of the old building that housed Paulson's Chevrolet, before Gamblin's father bought the dealership. "You could put three cars on the showroom if you used a floor jack to move them around." Photo by Ray Miller-Still
A look inside the tent on Cole Street and Myrtle Avenue during an October Market day. Photo by Ray Miller-Still

Enumclaw extends Friday Night Markets for holiday season

There are also plans for a Small Business Saturday market in the works for the end of the month.

A look inside the tent on Cole Street and Myrtle Avenue during an October Market day. Photo by Ray Miller-Still
Melisa Kahne makes all of her own products, which can be bought online or even at Nature's Inventory, another shop on Cole Street. Contributed photo

The business of beauty: how Kanary Naturals began

The story of how an entrepreneur had to completely change how she did business.

Melisa Kahne makes all of her own products, which can be bought online or even at Nature's Inventory, another shop on Cole Street. Contributed photo
VFW Post 1949 had these donation boxes out over the weekend to collect funds for Veterans Day. Photo by Ray Miller-Still

Local VFW turns 90

Here’s a quick history of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1949.

VFW Post 1949 had these donation boxes out over the weekend to collect funds for Veterans Day. Photo by Ray Miller-Still
These are just a sample of Blaze Ward and Leah Cutter's many, many book series. The two Enumclaw authors also write non-fiction books about how to write and make it your business, and collaborate on a number of anthology magazines. Contributed images

Enumclaw authors explain how to write (and make money doing it)

Leah Cutter and Blaze Wars have always wanted to be writers and storytellers. And, thanks to independent publishing, are able to live off of their works.

These are just a sample of Blaze Ward and Leah Cutter's many, many book series. The two Enumclaw authors also write non-fiction books about how to write and make it your business, and collaborate on a number of anthology magazines. Contributed images
Voting results

2020 election results | Nov. 6

Legislative District 31, Referendum 90, the gubernatorial race, and more.

Voting results
The full complaint can be read at the end of this article.

Lawsuit accuses Rainier School of medical neglect that led to 2017 death of client

According to the lawsuit, JoHanna Pratt could have easily survived the blood clot that killed her if she received the medical care deemed necessary by her surgeon.

The full complaint can be read at the end of this article.
Representative Drew Stokesbary (R-Auburn) and Eric Robertson are handily winning their legislative district races.

Stokesbary, Robertson ready to lead Legislative District 31

Meet who is likely to be your new (and returning) legislative representatives.

Representative Drew Stokesbary (R-Auburn) and Eric Robertson are handily winning their legislative district races.
Horacio Castillo has been a case manager with Plateau Outreach Ministries since mid-March. He’s fluent in both English and Spanish, which gives POM the ability to help non-English speaking residents on the Plateau with their utility bills or rent. Photo by Ray Miller-Still

Levy grant helps POM expand its services

Additionally, nearly $4,500 was raised through Safeway’s Nourishing Neighbors Breakfast for Kids program.

Horacio Castillo has been a case manager with Plateau Outreach Ministries since mid-March. He’s fluent in both English and Spanish, which gives POM the ability to help non-English speaking residents on the Plateau with their utility bills or rent. Photo by Ray Miller-Still
Enumclaw City Councilman Beau Chevassus made a fundraiser of Enumclaw's Mail Express at the start of October. Screenshot

GoFundMe arranged for Mail Express

The fundraiser was set up by Enumclaw City Councilman Beau Chevassus.

Enumclaw City Councilman Beau Chevassus made a fundraiser of Enumclaw's Mail Express at the start of October. Screenshot
Deadly Accident

Fatal crash leads to power outage for 7,000 residents

At least one person is dead, and the driver is being investigated for DUI .

Deadly Accident
One of the three designs for the future Miller Park. More designs can be found at https://buckleyparks.wixsite.com/.

Buckley launches new Miller Park website

Now is your chance to tell the city what you’d like to see in the future park.

One of the three designs for the future Miller Park. More designs can be found at https://buckleyparks.wixsite.com/.
New rules to giving blood means going maskless like people could back in January is a no-go. Image courtesy Bloodworks Northwest

Give blood to help out Enumclaw High School

Mention “Enumclaw leadership” at the door, and a $10 donation will be made to the school.

New rules to giving blood means going maskless like people could back in January is a no-go. Image courtesy Bloodworks Northwest
Due to COVID-19, only 24 people were allowed in at the Enumclaw Plateau Farmer's Market at a time this year. Still, more than 4,000 decided to shop at the market between June and September 2020. Photo by Ray Miller-Still

It was a slower year, but local farmer’s market calls 2020 a success

More than $73,000 was spent at the market this year, down from $119,000 in 2019.

Due to COVID-19, only 24 people were allowed in at the Enumclaw Plateau Farmer's Market at a time this year. Still, more than 4,000 decided to shop at the market between June and September 2020. Photo by Ray Miller-Still
Image courtesy Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce

Enumclaw Chamber launches new “Imbibe Tour”

The tour takes you across Enumclaw’s seven breweries and wineries.

Image courtesy Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce
Enumclaw businesses were able to apply for a $7,000 grant from the city of Enumclaw last September. It was recently discovered at least two businesses did apply, but their application was lost due to a technological error. Image courtesy the city of Enumclaw

More businesses get COVID funds

A tech error led to at least two local businesses’ grant application to the city of Enumclaw getting lost.

Enumclaw businesses were able to apply for a $7,000 grant from the city of Enumclaw last September. It was recently discovered at least two businesses did apply, but their application was lost due to a technological error. Image courtesy the city of Enumclaw
The first part of Cascadia Paranormal Investigation's exploration of the Black Diamond Cemetery involved trying to find all the non-paranormal explanations for the phenomenon some people have reported at the site before sitting down with their arsenal of electronics to find any evidence of ghosts or spirits. Their investigation led founder Kyle Richmond to the resting place of Dr. Howard Botts and his wife, Phrania. Photos by Ray Miller-Still

Cascadia Paranormal Investigations heads to Black Diamond for their first-ever ghost hunt

The new paranormal investigation group checked out the Black Diamond Cemetery on Oct. 24 — with city council permission, of course.

The first part of Cascadia Paranormal Investigation's exploration of the Black Diamond Cemetery involved trying to find all the non-paranormal explanations for the phenomenon some people have reported at the site before sitting down with their arsenal of electronics to find any evidence of ghosts or spirits. Their investigation led founder Kyle Richmond to the resting place of Dr. Howard Botts and his wife, Phrania. Photos by Ray Miller-Still
The Enumclaw pool won’t be filled for several months more, as extra repairs need to be done first.  Photo by Ray Miller-Still

Cold water thrown on pool’s grand-reopening

Plans to open the pool early November have been scrapped as more repairs appear necessary.

The Enumclaw pool won’t be filled for several months more, as extra repairs need to be done first.  Photo by Ray Miller-Still