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Despite the bad weather cancelling the event, the Enumclaw Expo Center saw a huge crowd and even made a profit.
A new King County grant to create senior “hubs” will help fund the effort.
The new shop has everything from crystals and minerals to tarot decks and handmade jewelry.
Venise Cunningham and Belinda Kelly are the Simple Goodness Sisters, looking to bring you unique cocktails from local gardens to your glass.
A dispute over firewood, a “silver alert,” and an inebriated argument at a fast-food joint.
There was also a death after a glider crashed in Buckley late last month.
Volunteers will start sprucing up their cities on Saturday, Sept. 14.
Sgt. Grant McCall was hired when his wife was pregnant. Now, as he’s promoted, his son has just joined the department.
This is one of the few events the Expo Center is funding itself, rather than just simply renting out space.
Many new staff members have joined the ranks of the Enumclaw, White River, and Carbonado school districts.
America’s education system should be more about being effective, not efficient, says Will Richardson.
Kyndra Rademacher plans to attend Boise State University in the fall.
The ribbon cutting for the new music wing is Aug. 28 at 5 p.m., though the open house lasts until 8.
Kristin Strudivan will be signing autographs before and after the rodeo, which is Aug. 22 - 24.
A new bridge could come as soon as 2021 or 2022.
Plateau Outreach Ministries works with the county to repair vulnerable homes
Art Gamblin moved to Enumclaw in 1965 — his family has made it their home ever since.
The brick and mortar shop had to close in June due to heavy smoke damage from a rag fire.
The Aug. 15 “Pint Night” at Headworks Brewery will go to the Gary Sinise Foundation.
Additionally, the public comment period for the Cedar Hills Regional Landfill in Maple Valley is open through Aug. 26.