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Anyone who attended or graduated from EHS from 1969 or before is welcome to attend.
The next Guild event, its annual Christmas Luncheon and Auction, is scheduled for Dec. 4.
Local Makyela Knaus, 13, was one of the victims.
The ground-breaking is Wednesday, June 19, at 2 p.m.
After an 8-month investigation into the skeletal remains found last September, experts still don’t know how the Enumclaw resident may have died.
The event will be held June 29 starting at 9, though early birds can pay extra to get in before the crowds.
This is your chance to advocate for the Enumclaw library.
This is the ninth year the Journey of Hope has crossed through Enumclaw.
The King County Councilman will be visiting Enumclaw on June 25.
Desiree and Kevin Helfrick started their garden in a Seattle apartment. Now they’re in charge of 5 acres, growing organic veggies and taking care of their chickens.
Beau Rogers played college baseball until a career-ending injury, leading him down the path of chiropractics.
Tricia Foerster and Heather Invie are bringing Bloodworks NW to The Garage later this month.
A planning retreat focusing on the next SoHaPP season is June 11 at the Enumclaw Library.
EHS Principal Aaron Lee will soon be replaced with athletic director Phil Engebretsen.
The Enumclaw library is hosting the event with the help of EHS students at the high school. There are limited seats, so sign up soon.
The Enumclaw PD is using the app to keep in touch with residents.
The market will be open from 3 to 7 p.m. every Thursday through the end of September.
Enumclaw’s Semanski, Park, Division and Blake streets, as well as Lincoln Avenue, will be worked on in mid-June.
The event is Saturday, July 27, during the annual Street Fair.
The $125,000 grant will help bring the pool up to current ADA standards.