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Meet the “army brat” that started his career teaching at JBLM.
If passed by the council, these impact fees would require housing developers to pay thousands to local school districts for every single- and multi-family home.
Tina McGann’s replacement will be announced mid-September.
A child locked in a car, use of NARCAN, and a teen DUI.
The garage sale is Aug. 6 through 9, but the scavenger hunt lasts all month, with weekly prizes.
Yelling in the woods, missing juvenile, and a bear.
Pierce County libraries are also offering a backpack with educational materials and binoculars, while King County libraries are just letting people check out the passes.
You can learn archery, how to ride a horse, enroll in a dance class, or finally learn to play guitar.
FCS Group was one of three firms that answered the city’s request for proposals.
A missing solar powered sign, a speeding teenager, and a fight between siblings.
Six candidates are vying for the district’s two seats, meaning two will be eliminated after the August primary election.
You must first register for the July 20 event to get the Zoom link.
Garbage bears, racing jet skis, and illegal fireworks.
Bloodworks Northwest has two more donation days in Black Diamond, and will be coming to Enumclaw in late August.
Horse parked downtown, a tree-climbing suspect, and a “borrowed” car.
The City Council recently passed its 2021-2026 Transportation Improvement Program plan.
Loud parties and a stolen donut.
Megan Sheridan, an Enumclaw resident, and Alicia Busch, a Maple Valley activist, want local city councils to take continual anti-bias training and form a citizen review board to examine city codes.
The goal is to collect 500 children’s books featuring characters of color.
The Diamond Square complex is also looking for other local businesses to move in.