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K.A. Miltimore explores the theme of diversity and tolerance by making her fictional Enumclaw just the tiniest bit more magical.
Enumclaw and Buckley can still ban “dangerous breeds,” but individual dogs that pass a class must be exempted from the ban.
Get ready for a rock n’ rollin’ time on Cole Street during the Fourth of July.
Two Little Free Libraries were burned down in Enumclaw last week.
This year’s SEA TRI KAN ride, organized by World Relief, was the largest yet.
The reunion is set for Aug. 3.
Getting caught lighting off fireworks outside the legal time window or lighting “special” fireworks could land you a misdemeanor or civil infraction.
WSU, Central Washington, UW, and others are represented.
Principal Aaron Lee is stepping down at EHS, and will be replaced by Athletic Director Phil Engebretsen.
The first meeting is July 1 at The Claw.
Cascadia Pizza suffered bad smoke damage last Wednesday.
Both Enumclaw and Buckley residents celebrated the Foothills Trail expansion groundbreaking event last Wednesday.
A June 29 event will be hosting a dozen artists making art at the end of Cole Street.
The Orting-based Princess Project of Washington helps women of all ages dress up for any sort of event, free of charge.
These programs help feed youths that may have only been able to get their only meal of the day at school.
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.