Enumclaw School Board president resigns

Tina McGann’s replacement will be announced mid-September.

Enumclaw, Black Diamond police blotter | July 20 – 29

A child locked in a car, use of NARCAN, and a teen DUI.

Council ponders allowing alcohol in downtown area

To keep the downtown economy rolling, Enumclaw is considering what other cities have already enacted.

Enumclaw local charged with child molestation in Lewis County

Kenneth Ray Bishop, 58, was scheduled to be arraigned today, Aug. 6.

Local businesses discuss strategies to stay open

Sundays on Cole and monthly cruises are a lifeline to restaurants and retailers — but how long will it last?

Three arrested following Enumclaw ‘smoke shop’ burglaries

Two shops were broken into three times in early July.

Danish Sisterhood gives scholarship to Kaden Bolton

He will be attending Pacific Lutheran University in the fall.

Teen stabbed during late-night fight at city park

The alleged assaulter grabbed onto the victim’s car when he was escaping, only to be forced off when the victim side-swiped another car.

Pile of ‘coal tailings’ smolder at Cumberland

The fire has been going for more than eight weeks, and local, state, and federal government departments are involved in putting it out.

Your library can help you ‘borrow’ a free Discover Pass

Pierce County libraries are also offering a backpack with educational materials and binoculars, while King County libraries are just letting people check out the passes.

With large events cancelled, check out hobby activities close to home

You can learn archery, how to ride a horse, enroll in a dance class, or finally learn to play guitar.

Local business to discuss COVID-19 strategies

The meeting is Thursday, July 30, at Headworks Brewing.

Districts announce school year starting online

Plans to establish a hybrid learning model of both distance and in-school learning were being developed when county health departments voiced strong support for 100 percent online schooling, at least to start.

USPS drop-boxes move to more convenient locations

One is being installed at City Hall, and another located at the Cole Street and SR 410 intersection is moving closer to downtown.

Välkommen to the Enumclaw REKO Market

As an alternative to traditional farmer’s markets, the REKO Market only allows pre-orders, which may be a more attractive business model during the COVID-19 pandemic.

As promised, clippers clean mayor’s locks

More than $28,000 was raised for Plateau Outreach Ministries and the Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation.

Enumclaw native on front line of Navy’s battle against coronavirus

Petty Officer 2nd Class Kameron Jacobs is currently stationed at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina.

Enumclaw, nonprofits and churches get masks from King County

The city also received another 1,000 masks from the Seattle-based Taipei Cultural Economic Office, whose director came down to the city today, July 20, to donate the supplies and host a small gift exchange.

Local businessman wants Enumclaw to develop grant program for rent, utility costs

The Paycheck Protection Program won’t cover operational costs, and other loans put business owners into debt.

Weekend livestock show fills the void for kids and their animals

You can still live bid at the Expo Center, or, for the first time, bid online.