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The Youth Center hasn’t been open to the public until recently due to the pandemic, although it received $70,000 from the city at the beginning of 2020 to offer services.
Sign up now to catch a performance on Oct. 29, 30, or 31.
Plans to open the pool early November have been scrapped as more repairs appear necessary.
The city of Enumclaw is hosting a pumpkin carving contest for all ages Oct. 31.
A hybrid learning style was originally supposed to start Monday, Oct. 26.
Possible teenage car prowler, an assault with a firearm, and someone passed out on the sidewalk.
Sara Stratton has years of experience helping other nonprofits with their events, as well as having started her own, before joining RFWF.
Director Rene Popke has estimated the Expo could see a net loss of $700,000 by the end of the year.
About $100,000 was recently given to local businesses.
Allen Mullins travels the country supporting first responders, firefighters, and anyone who needs a leg up.
Political signs removed, burglary suspect arrested, and a person carrying a large knife.
The Mail Express Business Center was fined $7,500, the most of 11 businesses.
Whether you want family friendly fun or some scary fare, these local farms have it all.
The referendum, if approved by voters this November, is unlikely to affect the Enumclaw School District much, school officials have said.
Francisco Pons will be cycling nonstop from Friday, Oct. 9, to Saturday, Oct. 10.
The no-contact alternative to farmer’s markets will continue to operate out of Fantello Creamery in Enumclaw.
The first market will be on Oct. 9 at the corner of Cole St. and Myrtle Ave.
Darrell N. Winston allegedly helped Allan and Joann Thomas try to conceal about $54,000 that was supposed to go to drainage ditch maintenance, but went to the Thomas’ personal use instead.
King County assessors canvas the entire county every six years - it’s now Enumclaw’s turn.
Repairing the pool deck and the plaster lining took a little longer than expected.