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Welfare checks, threats to harm a dog, and a man reportedly washing his car shirtless.
Coalition will hold its first meeting Tuesday, Oct. 26.
White River captured five of the top eight boys’ slots and three of the top five girls’ performances.
Both football teams posted wins with big margins last week.
Enumclaw paraded down Cole Street last Friday for their homecoming celebration.
The tower is now open to the public after five years of planning.
Brendan Lee Palmer was arranged Monday, Oct. 11., and plead not guilty.
The forum is this Thursday, Oct. 14, from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
The contest is open to everyone, novice and professional vexillologists alike.
A few unexpected twists didn’t stop workers from ultimately putting the tower together.
Details scarce about infamous EHS volleyball game, but raise concerns about racism across the district
Details are few, and rumors abound over what exactly happened during and after the game.
The latest round of high school football brought mixed results for the Plateau teams, as Enumclaw registered a convincing victory over Clover Park while White… Continue reading
Trespassing, driving under the influence and a man just putting on his shoes.
Recreation Programmer Melissa Holt will be taking her position.
Don Dotson lost his home during the Sept. 17 power outage when his generator caught fire.
Funds should help reduce flooding at the Enumclaw Golf Course.
Read why several council members choose not to wear a mask, even though the council is back to being fully in-person.
Stolen motorcycles recovered and hit-and-run collisions
The “Devious Licks” challenge, and related videos, are being removed from the TikTok platform.