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The $2.8 million project will affect night commutes, though only some of the time during the 140-day project.
Costs for the art project were higher than expected.
All proceeds help kids of (almost) all ages attend a free cam at the end of July.
Local firefighters will be collecting money June 29 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
The Enumclaw City Council decided to seek “letters of interest” from potential developers instead of a traditional Request for Proposals.
The next round of classes starts Monday, June 26, and runs through July 24.
Kyle Bowen went to the quarter finals in the national competition.
Tickets sold out at the last event in an hour, so get yours soon.
Pi Kappa Phi fraternity members from all around the country stopped at Ashley House on their first stop on the Journey of Hope tour.
Cannon was born June 1.
Summer is almost here! Parents: What are you going to do to keep your kids, busy, productive, and happy? The Enumclaw Library has several ideas… Continue reading
New leadership helped complete cemetery cleaning project and add new features.
Fred and Jean Gramann have been married since 1943
Know where and when kids, and sometimes their families, can get free or reduced-fare meals over the summer break.
The highway is open, but expect delays along the road through late June.
René Popke of the downtown Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation will be taking over Scott Gray’s job as head of the Expo Center in the near future.
Come see her work at the Enumclaw City Hall through July 3.
Between June 11 and June 15, you can exchange your flags at two Enumclaw locations.
Kelsey Webb is dedicated to reducing waste both at school and in the community by encouraging recycling and reducing waste.
Should a new building be three or four stories tall? Should it be on Cole Street, or Railroad? These are the questions the City Council is trying to answer.