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Last year, Molen Orthodontics collected 2,500 pounds of candy.
At the moment, we don’t have all the answers.
The free screenings will be offered at two Enumclaw locations through November.
$9,00 total was donated to the center, the Shop with a Cop event and the Enumclaw Schools Foundation.
Classes are also being offered at the Arts Alive! Gallery for anyone wanted to brush up on their skills.
Learn how natural yard care can protect Lake Tapps and your environment | Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department
Using less pesticides and knowing what plants keep an ecosystem healthy will be only a few of the tips and tricks taught at the free workshop.
Check out this year’s Homecoming parade down Cole Street.
A kid’s gotta do what a kid’s gotta do. If it’s your responsibility — real or perceived — you need to make things happen. You… Continue reading
Families enjoyed a warm fall afternoon with East Pierce Fire and Rescue last weekend.
The Washington Poison Center saw close to 400 cases last year.
Enumclaw’s Cathy Dormaier will be this year’s featured quilter.
Your future was laid out before. It’s all set. You have plans, and a method to execute them. Each step of your journey will progress… Continue reading
Don’t miss out on the free, family fun activities and demonstrations, like tearing a car apart with the jaws of life.
Some days, you just need a hug. Other days, you only want to be left alone to think your thoughts, gather your feelings, and miss… Continue reading
Grab your furry friend’s leash and head out to Lake Wilderness Park on Sept. 29.
Kyle Ross Dunning is a member of Boy Scout Troop 422.
You’re on the edge of your chair. Curiosity is almost killing you; there’s something you need to know but knowledge may be impossible. Truth may… Continue reading
Many public spaces, like Enumclaw’s community garden by the library and Veterans Memorial Park, or Buckley’s Youth Center, were given makeovers by scored of energetic volunteers.
“Growing up in a small town, it kind of helped me gauge different people and network in a way that would benefit me,” Nelsen said. “It is humbling growing up in a small town and I did not lose sight of where I came from.”