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Nickie Lynn has earned a Masters in pastoral studies and has been certified in pastoral ministry, spiritual direction, and labyrinth facilitation — all to help you on your spiritual journey.
The auction is taking the place of the cancelled Street Fair last summer.
The Moving Wall will arrive in the Plateau Aug. 5.
A broken traffic light, sleeping behind the wheel, and a loud basketball game.
Officer Tyler Ewalt noticed the inmate-in-crisis over a video screen in March.
About a quarter of all secondary education students remain at home.
An Enumclaw officer at one point struck the suspect’s vehicle to prevent a collision with a bystander.
Human defecation, rude gestures, and an airlift to Harborview.
The museum is also looking for volunteers to help keep the museum open to the public.
There will be modified hours, and entrance to the library will be staggered every hour.
Will Cole Street continue to close on weekends, even after the pandemic is through?
Buried toys, a naked woman, and a package thief caught on camera.
The story may be fictional, but it all draws from McCully’s childhood in the mid-20th century.
The Lenihan’s home needed far more repair work done than they originally supposed — or could afford.
For the second year in a row, the hunts are as hard to find as the eggs.
The play will be performed April 1-3 and 8-10.
Introducing Enumclaw’s newest city council members.
The new business doesn’t just want to sell vintage home decor, but also teach you how to make some yourself.
Casey Law believes it can prove homes in the Suntop Farm neighborhood were poorly constructed.
Street Rods by Denny has become Sander’s Street Rods.