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Go see Dr. Bock at 853 Watson Street North, Suite 100.
This is the first time an EHS student has received a national PEO scholarship.
The annual pickup basketball game during Enumclaw’s Street Fair has grown in size considerably.
Residents will start seeing a new $5.24 stormwater bill every month starting September.
Victor Wong takes the reins at Plateau Outreach Ministries after Britt Nelson resigns as executive director after seven years.
Johnathan Harris was convicted in 2016 for murdering local Nicole White. His attempt to appeal his guilty plea failed.
A stalwart of defense, Aleea Gwerder helped the Sounders Women take the Jerry Zanelli Cup.
Scott Gray, head of the non-profit that runs the Enumclaw Expo Center, has been steadily receiving more and more attention from the King County Council.
The Northwest Western Swing Music Festival is ready for its 28th annual festival at the Enumclaw Expo Center Aug. 9 - 12.
Come enjoy a breakfast served by the Danish Sisterhood in Enumclaw.
Harris appealed his guilty plea, claiming it wasn’t voluntary and intelligent “because he wasn’t aware of all the evidence against him.”
Here’s your chance to meet a multitude of local artists while strolling through the Matson Family Farm.
There will be tons to do this coming weekend, from celebrating small-town friendliness to Scottish heritage.
Surplus county van donated to Enumclaw School District Special Needs Transition Program | King County
“This retired van will helps students in Enumclaw School District’s Special Needs Transition Program get the experiences they need to gain important real world skills,” Councilman Reagan Dunn said.
Macie Bosik is excited to break the mould and do something different for her last year of high school.
The longest-running county fair west of the Mississippi River is back with some old favorites and new attractions.
The fire burned roughly an acre of grass.
Make sure to let WSDOT know how you think traffic between Bonney Lake and Enumclaw can be improved by Sunday, July 22.
This year the kid’s area has been expanded from previous years and there is a new teen-focused technology game that will allow teens (and all fairgoers) to tour the Fair.
The Mount Peak Historical Fire Lookout Association may have to shift where the tower would be placed, and the cost is estimated at $450,000.