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Singing together is good for community

As the deadline to join the Cascade Foothills Chorale draws near, President Bonnie Azzelino wants folks to know that singing with neighbors, a congregation or classmates can lead to the path of a successful life.

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BENEATH THE STONEI find myself wonderingWhat am I doingSitting here writingWhat is life all aboutWhere am I goingAnd what shall be my final endWhen and… Continue reading

Singing together is good for community

As the deadline to join the Cascade Foothills Chorale draws near, President Bonnie Azzelino wants folks to know that singing with neighbors, a congregation or classmates can lead to the path of a successful life.

‘Shear Determination’ and help of friends makes book a reality

Sheila Shannon threw a gratitude party and a book-launching celebration.

Enumclaw vocalist and musicians put out CD

When it comes to fundraising, there’s the traditional sale of cookie dough and wrapping paper, but the Enumclaw High School music department is taking a different approach this year.

Sheila Shannon autographs her book 'Shear Determination: A View from Behind the Chair' during a recent launch.

‘Shear Determination’ and help of friends makes book a reality

Sheila Shannon threw a gratitude party and a book-launching celebration.

Sheila Shannon autographs her book 'Shear Determination: A View from Behind the Chair' during a recent launch.

Program helps Emerald Hills Elementary provide supplies

Students at Emerald Hills Elementary School were surprised when they arrived for their first day of school Sept 8.

THE BOOKWORM: New Cork O’Connor mystery provides a nice change

“Heaven’s Keep” by William Kent Krueger, c. 2009, Atria Books, $25.00, 336 pages.Pucker up. Gimme a hug. I love you.What do you do when you… Continue reading

THE BOOKWORM: New Cork O’Connor mystery provides a nice change

Review by Terri Schlichenmeyer“Heaven’s Keep” by William Kent Krueger, c. 2009, Atria Books, $25.00, 336 pages.Pucker up. Gimme a hug. I love you.What do you… Continue reading

  • Sep 17, 2009

EHS drama department to present “Octomom”

Enumclaw High School's drama department will premiere the one-act comedy "Octomom," by Susana French, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. More performances are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, as well as a 2 p.m. matinee Sunday.

MARIANNE BINETTI: Work now for a great lawn in the spring

This latter part of September is the time to score some great yardage with fall field goals. If you are ready to renovate your lawn, this is the week to make a grassroots movement to a better patch of grass.

  • Sep 17, 2009

Best of autumn garden color falls into place

The middle part of September is when your lawn should be coming back to green.

The best of autumn garden color falls into place

The middle part of September is when your lawn should be coming back to green.

  • Sep 14, 2009

Health Fair designed to help get the most from life

In mentioning the Plateau Senior Health Fair and Resource Expo to someone the other day – she said to me, “Oh, I’m not a senior – and my parents live in another state.”

  • Sep 14, 2009

Autumn Winds brings jazz and art to Enumclaw Sept. 20

Autumn Winds should prove to be an exciting and fun event for the entire family, said city of Enumclaw Cultural Programs Manager Gary LaTurner.

Mary Andrews column: seniors benefit from walking

It is time to dust off your tennis shoes and walking shoes and get out walking. Walking is one of the best things you can do for yourself, really.

  • Sep 9, 2009

Enumclaw gallery highlights Seattle-area artist’s work

The city of Enumclaw's Gallery 2009 presents Seattle-area writer and artist Peter Chafouleas' exhibit "Photographs with a Twist" through Oct. 6.

Enumclaw’s Autumn Winds is Sept. 20

The Greta Matassa's Trio, Bobby Medina and his Latin Jazz Band a the comical Rod Long will headline the city of Enumclaw's Autumn Winds: An Evening with Jazz, and a few laughs for good measure, Sept. 20 at the Enumclaw Expo Center.

Middle Green River Coalition starting new project

The board of directors of the Middle Green River Coalition is initiating a project to develop a coordinated management structure for the Green River Gorge Mountains to Valley Greenway.

  • Sep 7, 2009

Savor the Last of Summer

By Kristine FarleyThis is the most rewarding time of year; the garden is in full production and there is always something to pick and eat.… Continue reading

  • Sep 7, 2009