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More than 70 percent of residents who took a City Council Public Safety Committee survey said they do not feel safe at the library.
A Community Meet and Greet is scheduled for Sept. 21.
A new King County grant to create senior “hubs” will help fund the effort.
Venise Cunningham and Belinda Kelly are the Simple Goodness Sisters, looking to bring you unique cocktails from local gardens to your glass.
Patrick Nelson and Steven Paige could very well be the city’s newest elected officials.
Black Diamond residents are being taxed $1.89 per $1,000 in assessed property value this year, not 64 cents.
Mountain View Fire and Rescue is hoping the city will increase its property tax levy to better fund the department.
Don’t miss the city’s largest event of the year.
America’s education system should be more about being effective, not efficient, says Will Richardson.
The most expensive project on the list is the construction of a new pedestrian bridge over the White River.
In order to keep some patients safe and healthy, their individual rights may have to be abridged. The Human Rights Committee tries to ensure no right is taken away unnecessarily.
Kristin Strudivan will be signing autographs before and after the rodeo, which is Aug. 22 - 24.
More than 300 incidents were reported this year.
The event is this weekend, Aug. 24, from 11 to 4 p.m.
Christianson was an Enumclaw resident who was injured in a horse race and became quadriplegic.
Art Gamblin moved to Enumclaw in 1965 — his family has made it their home ever since.
The city said it is clarifying the mayor has the power to hire and fire attorneys; some residents say this gives the mayor too much power.
The brick and mortar shop had to close in June due to heavy smoke damage from a rag fire.
The Aug. 15 “Pint Night” at Headworks Brewery will go to the Gary Sinise Foundation.
A new library program is having a mini-resource fair with Sea Mar and Colectiva Legal del Pueblo.