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Mention “Enumclaw leadership” at the door, and a $10 donation will be made to the school.
More than $73,000 was spent at the market this year, down from $119,000 in 2019.
The tour takes you across Enumclaw’s seven breweries and wineries.
A tech error led to at least two local businesses’ grant application to the city of Enumclaw getting lost.
The new paranormal investigation group checked out the Black Diamond Cemetery on Oct. 24 — with city council permission, of course.
Plans to open the pool early November have been scrapped as more repairs appear necessary.
COVID-19 restrictions have decimated the donations they normally receive during Veterans and Memorial Day.
The city of Enumclaw is hosting a pumpkin carving contest for all ages Oct. 31.
Fact check: Robertson falsely claims Seattle Times retracted editorial accusing him of racist incident
The Legislative District 31 candidate holds the Seattle Times misreported what happened in its editorial endorsing his opponent, providing 1995-era news reports as proof.
Sam Dubal, who was last known to be hiking the Mother Mountain Loop, was reported missing Oct. 12.
About $100,000 was recently given to local businesses.
These new monitoring systems could affect the picturesque quality of the national park, and Mount Rainier wants your opinion on the project.
Allen Mullins travels the country supporting first responders, firefighters, and anyone who needs a leg up.
Candidates answer final questions about balancing the budget and keeping local news sources alive.
The deadline to register online is Oct. 26.
Bernie will serve on the council at least until the November 2021 election.
The Mail Express Business Center was fined $7,500, the most of 11 businesses.
Whether you want family friendly fun or some scary fare, these local farms have it all.
The referendum, if approved by voters this November, is unlikely to affect the Enumclaw School District much, school officials have said.
Francisco Pons will be cycling nonstop from Friday, Oct. 9, to Saturday, Oct. 10.