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In the early 1930s, Dorothy Lucille used whatever she had on hand to patch and mend her family’s clothes during the Great Depression. Nine decades… Continue reading
Ten clients and two employees have tested positive for COVID-19.
If the governor already declared a state of emergency, why did local cities have to as well?
The Enumclaw-based nonprofit serves practically everyone from Buckley to northern Black Diamond.
Buckley Mayor Pat Johnson said she was “disappointed” to see people disregarding social distancing.
Just stay home.
It takes a village to put together the annual Empty Bowls event.
The empty grass field on the northeastern end of the Enumclaw library will still be paved for additional downtown parking, courtesy the Thunder Dome museum.
The Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce is encouraging Plateau residents to continue supporting local businesses in a safe and responsible manner.
City services are being affected by COVID-19. Here’s everything you should need to know.
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 meeting at city hall is tonight, March 16, at 6 p.m.
With salmon running in Boise Creek, progress has paused.
Mutual combat, a minibike on the road, and a car/tree wreck.
American tastes are changing, but farms hold a valuable position in local economies.
So far, schools and community services remain open, and there have been no cases reported out of St. Elizabeth Hospital.
The grass lot next to the Enumclaw library is in for some big changes.
The work party will be this Saturday, March 7.
It’s open season for those who want to open their homes for Airbnb stays.
Reading with a Daffodil Princess, a St. Patty’s 5K, an aebleskiver breakfast, and more.