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COVID-19 is still spreading in Enumclaw, with little sign of abating.
Spend $25 at a local business to receive a raffle ticket at the Chamber of Commerce or Country Financial.
The garden, which is to sport many community crops and beds to rent, will open this spring.
On Jan. 29, officers were called to Justice Place to reports of a loud party complaint and shots being fired.
It all started with a stained sweater and a wood elf.
One bill, if passed, would allow seniors at least 75 years old to not pay property taxes at all.
FCS Group looked at whether the city should continue to contract with Mountain View Fire and Rescue, annex into a fire district, or start its own fire department.
Client JoHanna Pratt died November 2017 due to a pulmonary embolism.
The White River School District was part of a pilot program that concluded the coronavirus spread in schools is low.
I celebrate Powell’s Bookstore’s decision to keep an unpopular book on its shelves.
The Department of Fish and Wildlife is urging people to put away their bird feeders for the time being.
Tony Binion and Kyle Jacobson are moving outside city limits — one just to unincorporated King County, and the other a lot farther.
The food truck ventured outside Seattle when the pandemic hit and office buildings closed.
The Arts Commission meets at 4 p.m. on the first Wednesday of the month.
Allen W. Bittner is accused of poisoning his stepdaughter using home-made chloroform.
The new “fast food” joint serves smoothies and salads for health-conscious eaters.
The Farm Fresh Picks at the Creamery opened Jan. 2, while the Enumclaw REKO Market is starting Jan. 17.
The annual Lake Sawyer Santa Boat event brought in nearly $50,000 for the local nonprofit.
The town hall will be from 7 to 8 p.m.
The nonprofits presenting this next week are Foster Champs, Left Behind K9 Rescue, and The Wishing Well Foundation.