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After city business was concluded, many council members made it clear politics should not get in the way of work, rebuking Councilwoman de Leon’s call for two other members to lose their seats after attending a stay-at-home order protest.
Unemployment fraud, used needles, and a pornographic scam.
More involuntary commitments, another egging, and a loved one returned to his family.
They say they were well within their rights to go, but another council member is calling for their removal.
Both recent agendas were short and sweet.
Multiple people were taken to St. Elizabeth hospital involuntarily.
The online presentation will go over how to access various federal loans and business basics that will help you weather the pandemic
The group decides to support one business for 24 hours, and money raised goes to buying gift cards that are raffled off.
An egging, public urination, and some felony arrests.
City offices are closed, but we are working on a way to hold virtual council meetings.
The Enumclaw-based nonprofit serves practically everyone from Buckley to northern Black Diamond.
The Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce is encouraging Plateau residents to continue supporting local businesses in a safe and responsible manner.
There will be no more city council meetings for the near future, and some city departments are closed to the public.
Both the Enumclaw and White River School District is offering free daily meals and helping organize childcare options for healthcare workers and first responders.
The local city is one of 59 locations that are part of the program.
Mutual combat, a minibike on the road, and a car/tree wreck.
So far, schools and community services remain open, and there have been no cases reported out of St. Elizabeth Hospital.
Reading with a Daffodil Princess, a St. Patty’s 5K, an aebleskiver breakfast, and more.
Man throwing beer cans, car crashes into a house, burglaries in Ten Trails
The city council decided to workshop a resolution, proclamation, or mission statement later in March.