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The Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce is encouraging Plateau residents to continue supporting local businesses in a safe and responsible manner.
City services are being affected by COVID-19. Here’s everything you should need to know.
Both the Enumclaw and White River School District is offering free daily meals and helping organize childcare options for healthcare workers and first responders.
The meeting at city hall is tonight, March 16, at 6 p.m.
With salmon running in Boise Creek, progress has paused.
Mutual combat, a minibike on the road, and a car/tree wreck.
American tastes are changing, but farms hold a valuable position in local economies.
So far, schools and community services remain open, and there have been no cases reported out of St. Elizabeth Hospital.
The grass lot next to the Enumclaw library is in for some big changes.
The work party will be this Saturday, March 7.
It’s open season for those who want to open their homes for Airbnb stays.
Reading with a Daffodil Princess, a St. Patty’s 5K, an aebleskiver breakfast, and more.
Man throwing beer cans, car crashes into a house, burglaries in Ten Trails
A local cop and a bilingual child saved baby’s life earlier this month. Read in English and Spanish.
She’ll be at the Enumclaw library on March 5.
This year’s theme for Voice of Democracy and Patriots Pen was “What makes America Great.”
Look out for the upcoming tea parties, D&D workshops, STEAM-focused gardening classes, and historical puzzles in the near future.
The annual event is this Friday, Feb. 28, at Enumclaw High.
Jan Molinaro said the city is in a good financial position, but there could be a recession over the horizon.
The free program has limited space, so reserve your seat soon.