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More than 144 local kids are in need of holiday gifts this year.
A pot of $50 million is available to any and every business owner who has been harmed by the pandemic.
Additionally, the Unknown Poets Society is hosting a poetry competition, with a writer’s retreat as the top prize.
Will outdoor dining and take-out orders be enough to keep local restaurants open?
It doesn’t take much to connect yourself to everyone in Enumclaw — and that’s bad during a pandemic.
Enumclaw has topped more than 250 positive cases, many of them just from November alone.
When you subscribe to a newspaper, you’re not just receiving a product, but investing in an idea.
Make sure you know when Old Saint Nick is traveling through your area Dec. 7 - 12.
The annual Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation fundraiser helps fund nearly a third of the non-profits various programs, from feeding seniors to arranging transport to medical appointments.
“They Reach” was written and directed by a former local, who wanted to show off Enumclaw in his first-ever feature-length film.
The deadline to register your home is Dec. 4.
There’s sodas for the kids, cocktails for the adults, and ice cream and sandwiches to round out the family-friendly vibe of the new shop.
A planned 10 percent rise in the sewer utility rates has been put off, for now.
The Enumclaw School District uses a variety of resources to teach kids about their body, from focusing on self-esteem in younger ages to learning about abstinence and birth control in high school.
It was mostly a calm night — with one or two exceptions.
While 52 percent of the city voted for President Trump, Enumclaw became more Republican the further down the ballot.
You can cruise the event on Dec. 4 - 6, but make sure to buy your tickets quick — this event is expected to be packed.
The old dealership’s bones are looking through history.
There are also plans for a Small Business Saturday market in the works for the end of the month.
The story of how an entrepreneur had to completely change how she did business.