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The victim won the money, in part, because the city did not contact Child Protective Services quickly enough.
The investigation is still ongoing, but deputies say they know the identity of the man involved in the failed car prowl, car chase and shooting.
Logan Breidenbach, Kale Engebretsen and Bryson Engebretsen will receive a $1,000 scholarship after they graduate.
Enumclaw’s Golden Elm complex is tackling a growing problem — people who are working, but still can’t afford a place to live.
A new three-story building may be built on the corner of Cole and Railroad.
Darlene Dihel’s ink paintings will be on display until May 1.
Sophia DeMarco and Ian Tobius are the newest members of the Enumclaw City Council.
City Parks Director Michelle Larson estimates a mid- to late-summer opening.
Walk In The Light International is collecting change in various Enumclaw businesses to buy school supplies for children in Rialo, Sondre, and Vatao.
Enumclaw High School and the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe put together the 23rd annual powwow last weekend.
Enumclaw police had a busy week last week from a Safeway robbery to a suspicious package.
33 homes are planned to be built along the busy road.
He’ll start the 300- mile trek in early May
Bob Huebler was officially made police chief during the March 26 City Council meeting.
Residents have until April 11 to make suggestions on where the dog park should be, what it should be named, and even what amenities the park should have.
The grand entry begins at 7 p.m.
Coming up next is the May 4 “May the Fourth Be With You” food truck wars.
The South King Youth Shelter is open and running once again.
Charlene Joy Keys ran a private investigation business in Enumclaw until 2014, helping clients around the country collect money owed to them through bankruptcy courts. According to the Department of Justice, she committed mail fraud at least five times, keeping more money than she was owed.
Come grab coffee with Mayor Molinaro.