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Both the father and son were thrown from their boat, but the child made it to shore.
Garbage bears, racing jet skis, and illegal fireworks.
King County has been trying to shutter the Buckley Recycle Center for nearly 15 years, and claims the lack of progress at the Enumclaw site shows the owner has little interest in complying with county regulations.
Bloodworks Northwest has two more donation days in Black Diamond, and will be coming to Enumclaw in late August.
Horse parked downtown, a tree-climbing suspect, and a “borrowed” car.
Officials also discussed how the annual Sundays on Cole event may be organized this year.
The city council recently approved its latest six-year Transportation Improvement Program plan.
“The best example of encouragement you can give someone for wearing a mask is to wear a mask yourself.”
You can make an appointment on the myLIBRO mobile app or just walk up to the table they have out front.
The goal is to raise $20,000 for Plateau Outreach Ministries and the Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation.
The decision came down to cost, as the pool was already scheduled to be closed in August.
The city will be discussing the lease of a vacant lot and tent/table purchases.
Megan Sheridan, an Enumclaw resident, and Alicia Busch, a Maple Valley activist, want local city councils to take continual anti-bias training and form a citizen review board to examine city codes.
Krista Kay’s new book, “A Head Above The Rest,” is partially based on her journey in accepting her height.
The Thunder Dome Car Museum is looking at building a commercial building on the site.
Gov. Inslee extended his OPMA proclamation through June 17, allowing cities to continue meeting over the internet.
Hornets had an afternoon graduation parade and concert at the Enumclaw Expo Center, followed by an evening program aired on ECTV.
The goal is to collect 500 children’s books featuring characters of color.
The council approved Phase 5 of the Suntop development and a preliminary plat for the new Hazel Estates.
Some of the city’s revenues were “significantly affected by the pandemic”, while others remained “somewhat neutral.”