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One is being installed at City Hall, and another located at the Cole Street and SR 410 intersection is moving closer to downtown.
As an alternative to traditional farmer’s markets, the REKO Market only allows pre-orders, which may be a more attractive business model during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The city also received another 1,000 masks from the Seattle-based Taipei Cultural Economic Office, whose director came down to the city today, July 20, to donate the supplies and host a small gift exchange.
The Paycheck Protection Program won’t cover operational costs, and other loans put business owners into debt.
Six candidates are vying for the district’s two seats, meaning two will be eliminated after the August primary election.
About 5 percent more people were experiencing homelessness over last year, but the increase doesn’t appear to indicate an overall growing trend.
What does it mean when national monuments mean freedom to one group, and oppression to another?
King County has been trying to shutter the Buckley Recycle Center for nearly 15 years, and claims the lack of progress at the Enumclaw site shows the owner has little interest in complying with county regulations.
Bloodworks Northwest has two more donation days in Black Diamond, and will be coming to Enumclaw in late August.
Officials also discussed how the annual Sundays on Cole event may be organized this year.
The City Council recently passed its 2021-2026 Transportation Improvement Program plan.
Don’t forget when your city or county allows fireworks to be lit.
Megan Sheridan, an Enumclaw resident, and Alicia Busch, a Maple Valley activist, want local city councils to take continual anti-bias training and form a citizen review board to examine city codes.
Krista Kay’s new book, “A Head Above The Rest,” is partially based on her journey in accepting her height.
The goal is to collect 500 children’s books featuring characters of color.
The Diamond Square complex is also looking for other local businesses to move in.
Blood will be collected June 29 and 30, as well as July 1, 8, and 9.
Tickets are pre-sale only, and a maximum of 300 cars are allowed at each show.
A local councilmember organized a Peace Cruise, while young adults held a BLM protest and others showed their support for local police.
Hundreds of locals showed up to demonstrate against systematic racism and police brutality. Here are some photos from the events.