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Visits from Santa and tree lighting to wine walks and chocolate — the Plateau has it all.
The election hasn’t been certified as of yet, but the results are likely to remain how they are now.
Check out what voters approved, rejected, and who they put into office.
A dispute with a firearm, car crash, and a welfare check ending in an arrest.
Sabre served King County for seven years. Due to medical complications, he is going blind, but his community is raising money so he can keep his eyesight for as long as possible.
A fight at EHS, a bear mace attack, and theft of copper wire.
Buckley, Enumclaw, and Black Diamond all have contested council races, and there are a few important statewide measures as well.
Some Three Percent groups are armed militias patrolling the southern border. Others join far-right rallies with white supremacy groups. Chris Wisnoski said his organization, the Washington State Three Percent, is not affiliated with the national movement and focuses more on charitable works and community preparedness.
Hit and run at EHS, chronic 911 calls, and slashed tires.
The race for Council Position No. 5 between incumbent Chris Wisnoski and Challenger Kristiana de Leon is still going.
Residents will soon have to travel to Enumclaw of Bonney Lake for banking services.
ENUMCLAW September 11 - Police checked on the welfare of a known subject who had been drinking. Medical personnel were called to Stevenson Avenue and… Continue reading
A new King County grant to create senior “hubs” will help fund the effort.
The King County Sheriff’s Department is out searching for any additional remains near Ten Trails.
Patrick Nelson and Steven Paige could very well be the city’s newest elected officials.
Black Diamond residents are being taxed $1.89 per $1,000 in assessed property value this year, not 64 cents.
Mountain View Fire and Rescue is hoping the city will increase its property tax levy to better fund the department.
Don’t miss the city’s largest event of the year.
“The King Who Would Be King,” is showing on Aug. 27.
Plateau Outreach Ministries works with the county to repair vulnerable homes