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The Enumclaw Senior Center, with the help of a potential five-year grant from the county, hopes to change how people think about getting older.
The free screenings will be offered at two Enumclaw locations through November.
One suggestion was to delete funding for the city’s Art Department. While other council members are suggesting a compromise, citizens can make their input official during the first public hearing on Nov. 13.
Classes are also being offered at the Arts Alive! Gallery for anyone wanted to brush up on their skills.
Check out this year’s Homecoming parade down Cole Street.
Changes to help reduce traffic on the highway will be slow in coming, but one of the first major steps has now been completed.
Two information-heavy presentations on the pool were given to the Enumclaw City Council during their last meeting.
Enumclaw’s Cathy Dormaier will be this year’s featured quilter.
The first order is free, but other orders will come with a charge.
Many students on the Plateau and in the valley have a lot to look forward to in the near future.
Building Beyond the Walls, an Enumclaw-based non-profit, offers folks of all stripes a way to learn new skills and form long-lasting connections through volunteer work.
Kristian Burnstad was last seen alive on Feb. 7, 2017.
The King County Medical Examiners Office has confirmed the remains belonged to Kristian Burnstad, who went missing May 2017.
Kyle Ross Dunning is a member of Boy Scout Troop 422.
Many public spaces, like Enumclaw’s community garden by the library and Veterans Memorial Park, or Buckley’s Youth Center, were given makeovers by scored of energetic volunteers.
“Growing up in a small town, it kind of helped me gauge different people and network in a way that would benefit me,” Nelsen said. “It is humbling growing up in a small town and I did not lose sight of where I came from.”
Enumclaw wants to remember: what was it like to live in 2018?
Rob Gunderson graduated from the school in 1985 and noted some dramatic changes since he last roamed the halls.
Several classmates have been unable to be contacted for the upcoming reunion.
As the school year inched closer, the Dieringer and Sumner-Bonney Lake school districts threatened to strike. At the last minute, it appears teachers and districts have tentative agreements, which will be voted on during their respective Sept. 4 meetings.