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The new “fast food” joint serves smoothies and salads for health-conscious eaters.
Nighttime construction, armed robbery, and a CPR-in-progress.
The Farm Fresh Picks at the Creamery opened Jan. 2, while the Enumclaw REKO Market is starting Jan. 17.
Son with a broken arm, burglary at an auto dealership, and an unleashed pup.
The seedpods of this plant, hairy vetch, contain cyanide.
The nonprofits presenting this next week are Foster Champs, Left Behind K9 Rescue, and The Wishing Well Foundation.
The parking lot will be built by January 2022.
The White River School District is hoping to get all grades into their seats by Jan. 12, while Enumclaw is hoping to do the same in February.
21 reported coronavirus cases were seen on Dec. 13.
The council also discussed how it should fund youth services — specifically, the Enumclaw Youth Center, run by the YMCA.
Troy Couch is handing the helm of the Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce over to Shannon Solveg tomorrow, Dec. 31.
The Free Pantry came from the nonprofit Building Beyond the Walls.
Though vaccines are being rolled out, health care experts urge the wider public to continue to socially distance and mask up.
A damaged stop sign, sleeping subjects outside a church, and mailboxes damaged in a hit-and-run.
Formerly known as the Mom & Me Mobile Medical Clinic, St. John has shifted its focus in the face of the pandemic.
Additionally, the pool has raised its rates for swimmers, part of a three-year plan to increase rates 28 percent.
Sondra Lundquist will be traveling the country to give a voice to farmers everywhere.
COVID guidelines are still in effect, so make sure you call ahead to reserve a spot if you want to swim.
Don’t buy “Native-inspired” art, says Enumclaw resident Courtney YellowWolf Graham Wilson.
Eli Murphy modified a rideable electric toy car for a 3-year-old with physical and speech disabilities.