Briefly | June 22

Two corrections and a price increase.

MT. PEAK ARTICLE CORRECTION: In the article, “A little off the top — King County proposes Mt. Peak tree cutting for view of Enumclaw, Rainier” published June 15, it was reported that King County’s Community Partnerships and Grants Program would grant the Mt. Peak Historical Fire Lookout Association funds to cut down trees, if that ends up being what the community wants to do. This is incorrect — King County Parks would pay for the work.

EVENT CALENDAR CORRECTION: The article “Free summer concerts, movies and more in Enumclaw, Buckley, and Black Diamond” published June 8,gave incorrect days of the week (Monday, Tuesday, etc.) for several events in Black Diamond, although the dates given (July 2, July 22, etc.) were and still are correct.

PRICE INCREASE: The Courier-Herald has increased its prices again. The paper increased its price to $1.25 in May, but it was supposed to increase to $1.50. However, drop boxes have not been upgraded, and will still accept $1.25. You can save money by subscribing to the paper; a year subscription is $70 ($8 savings), and $116 for two years ($40 savings). Head to to subscribe at these rates.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR REMINDER: We have received several Letters to the Editor this past week that could not be published, either because they were too long or didn’t include an author. Letters must be 500 words or less, and must be sent with a name and city of residence.