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After a year off, Rotary Street Fair bringing vendors, music, food and fun to downtown Enumclaw.
The Washington Tiny House Association will use the 16-foot-long house as a “model home” at home shows.
Isabella Hoyer will attend the University of Washington to study chemical engineering
Chris Anderson confirmed as new finance director for city of Enumclaw
After four years as principal at Enumclaw Middle School, Jill Barrett announces her departure
Reliance on logging and mining, as well as two fires in the 1890s, challenged Buckley’s growth
Though worst of heat wave has passed, dry conditions mean fireworks are still a dicey bet
He’ll join another Hornet in Yakima for Team Rainier for the upcoming all-state baseball series
Construction expected to begin early July
Vehicle prowls, a civil standby and burglary
Daisy Roberts and Charlotte Miller will be traveling overseas for a year-long student exchange program.
Deadline to submit your art is June 25.
The Wastemobile will be collecting hazardous materials at the Enumclaw Expo Center June 4, 5, and 6.
Kyle Fletcher is in as ESD’s director of business and operations, while Ed Hatzelbeler, is heading to the Orting School District.
The steel replica tower is estimated to cost around $600,000, though the state and county have given grants to the project.
What was supposed to be an exciting election season is turning out to be a bit of a bust.
Carnivals, rodeos, chainsaws, and more!
As the city’s valuation continues to climb, the more competitive it must become to secure grants for road projects.
Additionally, the city has surpassed 1,000 COVID cases.
Stolen lumber, strange storm grate happenings, and a child custody issue.