Enumclaw

Decision reversed on right-turn ban from 241st Ave. to SR 410

The state’s Department of Transportation recently said there would be traffic concerns about the restriction.

Memory Care Support Group to host first meeting

They begin Feb. 7, and are continued to continue every first Thursday of the month.

Enumclaw Rotary hosting annual father-daughter dance

The event is Saturday, Feb. 2.

County to prohibit 241st access onto SR 410

The popular shortcut for skirting highway traffic will no longer be an option on Feb. 4.

Be king to your community, your environment, and yourself

Let’s do some beautification out at Boise Creek.

Local cities, school districts stepping up to ease financial burdens of furloughed workers

Waiving late fees for unpaid utilities is “the least we can do to help them out,” one council member said.

Puget Sound Energy plan sparks complaints in Enumclaw

PSE’s plan “may very well threaten potential economic development and quality of life in our community,” a Chamber of Commerce letter reads.

Public invited to help dedicate Enumclaw time capsule

The event is at 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27 at City Hall.

Annual STEAM Expo planned for Feb. 7

The event is free for attendees of all ages.

Turning dreams into realities for Native EHS students

Sui-lan Hookano has seen graduation rates of Native students jump from 60 percent to 100 percent in the last three years.

Cascadia Pizza Co. baker Stephen Hendrickson checks his pizza while waiting for business outside Headworks Brewing to pick up. Unlike many food trucks, Cascadia customers can watch everything its bakers do, since the oven is located on the outside. Photo by Ray Miller-Still

New pizzaria opens on Griffin

Cascadia Pizza Co.’s ribbon cutting is 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 19.

Cascadia Pizza Co. baker Stephen Hendrickson checks his pizza while waiting for business outside Headworks Brewing to pick up. Unlike many food trucks, Cascadia customers can watch everything its bakers do, since the oven is located on the outside. Photo by Ray Miller-Still

New group wants to elevate Enumclaw voices in county discussions

The Enumclaw Plateau Community Association will be meeting with King County’s Director of Local Services Saturday, Jan. 19.

Is there a Sasquatch in Bonney Lake?

Plus, a trainload of drunk pigs in Buckley, a dark tower in Orting, and secrets of Enumclaw’s Pie Goddess in Dorothy Wilhelm’s new book, “True Tales of Puget Sound.”

Free class touts benefits of mushrooms

There will be two classes: one in Enumclaw, and another in Sumner.

Handful of major project coming Enumclaw’s way in 2019

From street improvements to pool decisions and trail expansions, Enumclaw is in for a busy year.

Enumclaw library hosts program creation contest

If you have an idea for a program or event you want to host, your local librarians want to hear it.

Local scenic byway to get new sign

The Chinook Scenic Byway is one of only several dozen byways recognized by the federal government as an “All-American Road.”

Grant money will bring improvements to Enumclaw’s Cole Street

Around $465,000 will allow the city to re-surface the busy street.

Following resignation, POM will again be searching for director

The board of directors met Dec. 12 to discuss the issue.

Local band brings holiday tunes this weekend

The Gateway Community Band is performing Dec. 16 and Dec. 17 at Enumclaw High.