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• The Feb. 3 special election is mail only. Ballots must be post marked Feb. 3 or can be dropped of at the express booth at Fred Meyer. 20901 state Route 410 East.
The Bonney Lake police arrested a suspect in the case of a man posing as a police officer during a strong-arm robbery.
The winter weather makes it hard for many to stay warm, but a program called Freezing Nights works to make it a little easier to give people a warm bed and a hot meal.
• A mother called police at 11:40 a.m. Jan. 14 to report her 16-year-old son had damaged the residence in the 4700 block of North Island Drive. When officers arrived the 34-year-old mother was in the street crying and the boy was sitting on the roof of the residence. The mother told officers the boy had been suspended from high school that day for making threats to harm other students and threatening to damage school property. The mother went to pick her son up from school and they argued on the trip home. Once at the residence they continued to argue. The mother left the residence and a short time later received a call from her son stating he was going to thrash the house. She returned home and found he had damaged walls in his bedroom and the front door. The officers persuaded the boy to come off the roof. He told the officers he became upset when she took his Xbox away as punishment. The boy was arrested for malicious mischief and booked into Remann Hall.
Jan Shabro has returned to action in Pierce County as the auditor.
Reaching the rank of Eagle Scout is an achievement in itself, but Troop 172 honored six scouts who reached the rank during a Jan. 10 ceremony.
At a Jan. 12 study session, Sumner City Council members heard the results of a study of the city’s police dispatch center meant to identify and assess areas of improvement.
Heated words and accusations have been flying concerning Proposition No. 1, which asks Bonney Lake voters to decide if the city’s government should change from a code to a charter-code form.
“The Little Giant of Aberdeen County‚“ by Tiffany Baker, c.2009, Grand Central Publishing, $24.99, 341 pages.
Dunn tells chamber audience county is in “really bad shape” Councilman states belief that trouble was avoidable
Dollars and cents dominated discussions Thursday night as King County Councilman Reagan Dunn addressed members of the Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce.
The Great Depression was an economic slump in North America, Europe and other industrialized areas of the world that began in 1929 and lasted until about 1939.
Friends of the Library will host its annual winter used book sale Jan. 30 and 31 at the Enumclaw High School library, 226 Semanski St. S.
Dené Overman and Tony Kuzaro were married Aug. 9, 2008, at the Shangri-La Resort outside Enumclaw. Performing the 5 p.m. ceremony was John Henry Morris II.
Marine Corps Cpl. Daryl Howell, son of Rubyanna Gibson of Biloxi, Miss., and Andrew F. Cylkowski of Buckley, along with fellow Marines and sailors of 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, Marine Corps Base, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, recently completed a seven-month deployment to Al Anbar province, Iraq, in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and the Global War on Terror.
Five Years Ago
Once again, The Friends of the Enumclaw Public Library are providing the popular computer, year-view calendars. The 2009 re-positionable adhesive calendars are perfect for computer monitors, keyboards, refrigerator doors or anyplace a calendar is needed. In addition, the library’s phone number and Web address are always available. Calendars will be distributed in early January through city of Enumclaw utility bills. Additional calendars will be available at the Enumclaw Public Library after the first of the year as long as the supply lasts.
The staff at Evergreen Enumclaw Health and Rehabilitation Center would like to thank the following people for their great generosity this holiday season. To Karen Staley at Maple Thicket for displaying our Giving Tree, Donna at the Enumclaw Senior Center for picking up the extra tags, Roy Dalsanto, aka Santa, for his appearance at our Christmas party, and Kathy Pruitt who decorated and delivered small Christmas trees for our residents’ rooms, a very special thanks for all your time and effort.
Deadlines are as follows:
• Enumclaw School Board usually meets at 7 p.m. the third Monday of every month at the district office, 2929 McDougall Ave. For more information call 360-802-7100. A study session is the first Monday of each month.