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Brendan Lee Palmer was arranged Monday, Oct. 11., and plead not guilty.
Vehicle prowls, dangerous driving and a stolen (then recovered) boat.
The forum is this Thursday, Oct. 14, from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
A few unexpected twists didn’t stop workers from ultimately putting the tower together.
Details scarce about infamous EHS volleyball game, but raise concerns about racism across the district
Details are few, and rumors abound over what exactly happened during and after the game.
Don Dotson lost his home during the Sept. 17 power outage when his generator caught fire.
Contract ends two years of mulling the city’s future for fire and medical aid services.
When you wear those bolts, you’re expressing more than just an opinion. It’s a call for genocide.
Read why several council members choose not to wear a mask, even though the council is back to being fully in-person.
The “Devious Licks” challenge, and related videos, are being removed from the TikTok platform.
Buckley will likely present their plans at the next council meeting
Races will return July 31
Construction expected to begin early July
Senior Meredith Petellin made her piece, “Liberty and Justice” as a way to wrap her mind about police brutality and the BLM movement.
Plaintiffs allege developer is responsible for “defective construction”
Regional non-profit Bloodworks Northwest faces a shortage of blood donations
Daisy Roberts and Charlotte Miller will be traveling overseas for a year-long student exchange program.
Deadline to submit your art is June 25.
The Wastemobile will be collecting hazardous materials at the Enumclaw Expo Center June 4, 5, and 6.
The City Council estimates a new park will cost between $300,000 and $600,000.