Enumclaw

Nickie Lynn's 22x22-foot labyrinth takes up nearly the entire floor space in her Myrtle Avenue location. Photo by Ray Miller-Still

A new ‘place for healing’ opens in heart of Enumclaw

Nickie Lynn has earned a Masters in pastoral studies and has been certified in pastoral ministry, spiritual direction, and labyrinth facilitation — all to help you on your spiritual journey.

 

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Enumclaw Rotary hosts first-ever online auction next week

The auction is taking the place of the cancelled Street Fair last summer.

 

A photo of the Moving Wall

Traveling “Moving Wall” will spend four days in Enumclaw

The Moving Wall will arrive in the Plateau Aug. 5.

 

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Enumclaw, Black Diamond police blotter | March 31 – April 8

A broken traffic light, sleeping behind the wheel, and a loud basketball game.

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Enumclaw Police Correctional Officer Tyler Ewalt holds open the door to a holding cell at the police department’s jail the afternoon of April 5. The cell, while not the one he rushed to when an inmate attempted suicide last month, is nonetheless where inmates in crisis are typically held. Photo by Alex Bruell

Enumclaw jail officer prevents inmate suicide

Officer Tyler Ewalt noticed the inmate-in-crisis over a video screen in March.

Enumclaw Police Correctional Officer Tyler Ewalt holds open the door to a holding cell at the police department’s jail the afternoon of April 5. The cell, while not the one he rushed to when an inmate attempted suicide last month, is nonetheless where inmates in crisis are typically held. Photo by Alex Bruell
Enumclaw High School will start bringing students back full time May 3. Pictured here is a student receiving a temperature check in February, when the district started allowing students back into classrooms with mix of in-person and at-home learning models. Photo by Kevin Hanson

Enumclaw students make full-time return to classrooms May 3

About a quarter of all secondary education students remain at home.

Enumclaw High School will start bringing students back full time May 3. Pictured here is a student receiving a temperature check in February, when the district started allowing students back into classrooms with mix of in-person and at-home learning models. Photo by Kevin Hanson
The final resting position of the Honda Accord that led police on a chase Saturday morning, near 214th Avenue before the Buckley/Enumclaw bridge. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Phillips

22-year-old leads police on zig-zagging chase through Plateau Saturday

An Enumclaw officer at one point struck the suspect’s vehicle to prevent a collision with a bystander.

The final resting position of the Honda Accord that led police on a chase Saturday morning, near 214th Avenue before the Buckley/Enumclaw bridge. Photo courtesy Elizabeth Phillips
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Enumclaw, Black Diamond police blotter | March 24 – April 1

Human defecation, rude gestures, and an airlift to Harborview.

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Before the Enumclaw Museum was a museum, the building was owned and used by local Masons. Photo courtesy the Enumclaw Plateau Historical Society

Enumclaw Plateau History Museum seeking new president

The museum is also looking for volunteers to help keep the museum open to the public.

Before the Enumclaw Museum was a museum, the building was owned and used by local Masons. Photo courtesy the Enumclaw Plateau Historical Society
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Enumclaw library to open April 7

There will be modified hours, and entrance to the library will be staggered every hour.

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You can help keep the downtown fire pits lit by donating to the Chamber of Commerce at https://paypal.me/EnumclawCommunity?locale.x=en_US

Chamber pushing to keep fire pits on Cole Street

Will Cole Street continue to close on weekends, even after the pandemic is through?

You can help keep the downtown fire pits lit by donating to the Chamber of Commerce at https://paypal.me/EnumclawCommunity?locale.x=en_US
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Enumclaw, Black Diamond police blotter | March 17 – 23

Buried toys, a naked woman, and a package thief caught on camera.

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Enumclaw author Matthew McCully holds a copy of his 2019 book "The Legend of Luke Daisy" in this courtesy photo provided to the Courier-Herald.

Enumclaw author Matt McCully on his childhood adventure story “The Legend of Luke Daisy”

The story may be fictional, but it all draws from McCully’s childhood in the mid-20th century.

Enumclaw author Matthew McCully holds a copy of his 2019 book "The Legend of Luke Daisy" in this courtesy photo provided to the Courier-Herald.
Luke, Sarah, Remi, and Ryker Lenihan in front of their new home. Contributed photo

Enumclaw family receives free roof from Auburn roofing company

The Lenihan’s home needed far more repair work done than they originally supposed — or could afford.

Luke, Sarah, Remi, and Ryker Lenihan in front of their new home. Contributed photo
For those who want to get some photos with the Easter Bunny, Thomasson Family Farm is having professional photographer Kailey Wallin come to the Bunny Patch on March 27 and 28 from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Photo courtesy Thomasson Family Farm

Easter Egg hunts on the Plateau this year

For the second year in a row, the hunts are as hard to find as the eggs.

For those who want to get some photos with the Easter Bunny, Thomasson Family Farm is having professional photographer Kailey Wallin come to the Bunny Patch on March 27 and 28 from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Photo courtesy Thomasson Family Farm
Cast members have been rehearsing for their upcoming virtual performance of "Alone, Together." Among those taking part are Jasmine Dumontet and Mateo Cuadros, who perform a dance number from the scene "But Here I Am." Photo by Kevin Hanson

“Alone, Together” is another virtual play by Enumclaw High students

The play will be performed April 1-3 and 8-10.

Cast members have been rehearsing for their upcoming virtual performance of "Alone, Together." Among those taking part are Jasmine Dumontet and Mateo Cuadros, who perform a dance number from the scene "But Here I Am." Photo by Kevin Hanson
Corrie Koopman Frazier being sworn in.

Frazier, Sauvageau sworn onto the Enumclaw council

Introducing Enumclaw’s newest city council members.

Corrie Koopman Frazier being sworn in.
Melissa Hyce is the proud owner of the new Cole Street business, Urban Junktion. Photo by Ray Miller-Still

Urban Junktion opens on Cole Street

The new business doesn’t just want to sell vintage home decor, but also teach you how to make some yourself.

Melissa Hyce is the proud owner of the new Cole Street business, Urban Junktion. Photo by Ray Miller-Still
Construction expert Will Martin taking some measurement of the siding of a house in Enumclaw's Suntop Farms. Photo by Ray Miller-Still

Law firm looks to sue LGI Homes over recent storm damage

Casey Law believes it can prove homes in the Suntop Farm neighborhood were poorly constructed.

Construction expert Will Martin taking some measurement of the siding of a house in Enumclaw's Suntop Farms. Photo by Ray Miller-Still
Josh Sanders, owner of Sanders' Street Rods, points out details in a 1969 Z28 Camaro currently being worked on at the shop in Enumclaw on March 5. Photo by Alex Bruell

Josh Sanders takes over Enumclaw auto shop

Street Rods by Denny has become Sander’s Street Rods.

Josh Sanders, owner of Sanders' Street Rods, points out details in a 1969 Z28 Camaro currently being worked on at the shop in Enumclaw on March 5. Photo by Alex Bruell
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