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After 25 years, Almost Necessities is closing shop.
It’s an opportunity to watch artists create their work, and then even have a chance to buy it at the end.
Check out what voters approved, rejected, and who they put into office.
The descendants of Colonel Theodore Hill Jr. discovered his war diary in 1965.
Kevin Dale Jokumsen, 56, was charged with second-degree for allegedly murdering his wife. After two years, the case finally went to trial — or would have, if a judge didn’t throw it out.
Zachary Kelley started dancing when he was 8. His dancing and choreography is now known internationally.
It’s the only time I’ve ever had a paranormal experience.
Sabre served King County for seven years. Due to medical complications, he is going blind, but his community is raising money so he can keep his eyesight for as long as possible.
The event is Nov. 12 at Plateau Wine and Beer on Cole Street.
Buckley, Enumclaw, and Black Diamond all have contested council races, and there are a few important statewide measures as well.
The Enumclaw library and the Escuela de la Vida is hosting a resource fair for everyone this Friday, Oct. 18.
Some Three Percent groups are armed militias patrolling the southern border. Others join far-right rallies with white supremacy groups. Chris Wisnoski said his organization, the Washington State Three Percent, is not affiliated with the national movement and focuses more on charitable works and community preparedness.
Russ Weeks, funeral director at of Weeks Funeral Homes, speaks about his profession and how it’s changing with the times.
Visit the Plateau Athletic Club on Oct. 11 and 12 to raise money for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (and maybe even work out, too).
Enumclaw received more than $300,000 from the King County Flood Control District for the project.
The project allowed the original wood of the building to be shown for the first time in decades.
The race for Council Position No. 5 between incumbent Chris Wisnoski and Challenger Kristiana de Leon is still going.
Donna Mae Jokumsen was planning to leave her husband. She disappeared July 5, 1987.
Allan and Joann Thomas allegedly stole more than $460,000 from Enumclaw taxpayers by setting up sham companies.
Residents will soon have to travel to Enumclaw of Bonney Lake for banking services.