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Policía local, niño bilingüe salva la vida del bebé

A local cop and a bilingual child saved baby’s life earlier this month. Read in English and Spanish.

Library’s Community Creators contest winners announced

Look out for the upcoming tea parties, D&D workshops, STEAM-focused gardening classes, and historical puzzles in the near future.

Buckley teacher honored for commitment to personalized learning

Craig Bishop has been successfully utilizing the IXL Learning program in his fourth grade class.

After hate group comes to town, Black Diamond talks inclusion

The city council decided to workshop a resolution, proclamation, or mission statement later in March.

Documentary exploring smart phone, social media addiction comes to Enumclaw

“Like” explores why we can be so hooked to our phones, and explains how that’s no accident.

Local entrepreneur gives tips on successful crowdfunding

Enumclaw Councilman Beau Chevassus has learned from his Kickstarter flops, and now has had several successful money-making ventures.

Enumclaw, White River levy measures passing

Preliminary results for the February 2020 special election are in.

Enumclaw teens drowned, Rainier School resident still missing in separate incidents

The search for Joel Wellman, the Rainier School resident, was officially called off Feb. 3.

Kidnapper pleads guilty to 2018 crimes

Christopher Fitzpatrick was the last suspect to admit having sexually exploited a local teenager.

Pro-life group returns to Enumclaw

For their first big project, Human Life of Enumclaw put up signs and crosses along SR 410.

Black Diamond plans 2020 street, water dept. projects

Another roundabout, this time at Roberts Drive and SR 169, is expected to be engineered this year, and constructed in 2021.

‘Pure Magic’ Freestyle art event at Arts Alive!

The event is Feb. 4 from 5 to 9 p.m.

Fundraiser planned for Enumclaw’s nationally-recognized scenic byway

Head to The Claw on Jan. 30 to raise money for a new Chinook Scenic Byway sign.

Shooting in southwest Enumclaw a suicide

Officers were called to the scene at 1:09 p.m.

Black Diamond looks to start fire department study

The study will likely determine how, or if, the city will continue receiving emergency services with Mountain View Fire Department in the future,

Rep. Irwin proposes new statewide concussion database

A new bill would have schools send standardized concussion data to the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.

Chalet Theatre hosts Travis Rice’s ‘Dark Matter’ film

The show is at the Chalet on Jan. 29, and includes raffles for art and sports attire.

New bill would make visiting state parks free

Senate Bill 1674 proposes eliminating the Discover Pass and using state general funds to support the parks.

Community Creators contest starts second year at library

The Enumclaw has $1,000 to fund community events and projects. Will yours be one that is funded this year? También en español.

Helping build a better world for women

“Life Beyond #MeToo” is a book that not only examines the reality of sexual harassment and violence and the reach of the social media movement, but also move forward into a New Normal.