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No one was hurt in the wreck, though the building sustained more than a little damage.
Approximately a 33 percent of women have survived an attempted or completed rape — that’s the issue at hand.
They’ll be lining SR 410 by around 2020, a representative said.
The soccer program, put on by the Mount Rainier Futbol Club, is meant for elementary-aged athletes.
The Enumclaw Senior Center, with the help of a potential five-year grant from the county, hopes to change how people think about getting older.
The vast majority of the money will go replacing five fire stations on the Plateau.
Check out this year’s Homecoming parade down Cole Street.
Changes to help reduce traffic on the highway will be slow in coming, but one of the first major steps has now been completed.
The department believes repairing the 83-year old bridge is not a good solution, but residents don’t want to wait four years for new bridge funding to become available.
Bonney Lake was able to secure a nearly 50 percent grant to build an ADA-accessible playground at Allan Yorke Park, as well as organize a volunteer build event to lower installation costs.
Suffering from sudden cardiac arrest, Joe Moore was saved by the quick thinking of his wife and the fast response of the BDPD.
The free workshop also offers homeowners a chance to save money on septic work.
The public survey will be open through Oct. 5.
It’s estimated more than 600 babies were born in the Mahlin Maternity Home, now known as the Le Sorelle Inn in Buckley.
Now you don’t have to wait in line — just print your pass and home and enjoy the majesty of the park.
Building Beyond the Walls, an Enumclaw-based non-profit, offers folks of all stripes a way to learn new skills and form long-lasting connections through volunteer work.
This will be the first time the Wireless Emergency Alerts system will be tested across the country.
A strike was averted last night when bus drivers and nutrition workers accepted their contract, but a union representative says few people are happy.
The sewer rate increase, however, looks to still be up for debate, and will be addressed at a later date in committee.
After authorizing a strike, nutrition workers and bus drivers will vote on a tentative agreement Sept. 17. If they approve, school will stay in session.