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The display chronicles the life of Pete Storbo and the Mount Rainier Mining Company.
There will also be a grand opening of two new model homes at the housing development site.
It’s not just about The Bard at Ashland’s Shakespeare Festival.
The Aug. 10 event will feature 18 trophies for various truck, car, and semi-truck competitions.
The pilot program will not only help students, but their parents as well, with mental health workers hosting discussions at the Enumclaw and Buckley libraries.
A survey asking about how safe you feel at your local library is open through Aug. 15.
Buckley, Bonney Lake, Orting, and Mount Rainier are all having some sort of trail event.
This is the second year the festival has been hosted at the Enumclaw Expo Center Field House.
Sumi-e artist Darlene Dihel will be one of the many people at the market selling art and vintage furniture and crafts.
Local Allan Thomas, under investigation for allegedly stealing $413,000 of taxpayer money, was the subject of a search warrant late last week.
The mobile clinic travels south King County and east Pierce County offering myriad services. Its founders want to expand to a permanent clinic in Buckley.
John and Karlyn Clark just bought the Greenwater business in June. But don’t worry — the huckleberry ice cream isn’t going anywhere.
Let librarians know what classes and programs you’d like to see in the near future.
K.A. Miltimore explores the theme of diversity and tolerance by making her fictional Enumclaw just the tiniest bit more magical.
Two Little Free Libraries were burned down in Enumclaw last week.
This year’s SEA TRI KAN ride, organized by World Relief, was the largest yet.
Getting caught lighting off fireworks outside the legal time window or lighting “special” fireworks could land you a misdemeanor or civil infraction.
There’s about $26 million in projects the city hopes to tackle by 2025.
The first meeting is July 1 at The Claw.
A June 29 event will be hosting a dozen artists making art at the end of Cole Street.