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It’s the second annual Merry on Main, brought to you by the White River High School DECA club.
Someone using a megaphone, harassment by text, and memory issues.
Monica Gaub was recently honored for her 7 years helping coordinate the White River Families First Coalition.
When he came back from overseas, Ray Uebler felt he shouldn’t tell anybody about his service. Times have changed.
Official details are few and far between.
The bridge was clsoed in the summer of 2018 after it was discovered a pillar had sunk into the ground below.
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.
It’s an opportunity to watch artists create their work, and then even have a chance to buy it at the end.
Check out what voters approved, rejected, and who they put into office.
The descendants of Colonel Theodore Hill Jr. discovered his war diary in 1965.
The city council is also talking about a new EMS levy, with a public hearing on Nov. 12.
Luckily, the south trail is still open.
Natalie Gomez will be traveling to India next month to meet the exiled spiritual leader of Tibet.
The $22 million project added 18 classrooms to the school.
There’s haunted houses, pumpkin patches, craft fairs, and even a “farm to fork” fundraiser to Samsarafest.
Buckley, Enumclaw, and Black Diamond all have contested council races, and there are a few important statewide measures as well.
If passed, residents will be taxed $2.50 per $1,000 APV from 2020 through 2022.
Russ Weeks, funeral director at of Weeks Funeral Homes, speaks about his profession and how it’s changing with the times.
Bigfoot Java is looking to move into this spot at the intersection of Main Street and SR 410.