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King County Parks is thinning 75 acres of previously-logged land within Ravensdale Retreat Natural Area.
A state championship apparently wasn’t enough for the Plateau Rebels, a competitive cheer squad consisting of girls from 6 to 15 years of age. After… Continue reading
Enumclaw High School will have an on duty officer on its campus starting in 2019.
The district’s Board of Directors was also given the honor of being named the 2018 Board of Distinction.
The excitement of a new school year has slipped into an established routine, but there’s plenty of activity outside the classroom walls. Construction projects hold… Continue reading
Mid-July may not seem like election season, but candidates are in full campaign mode and voters are about to make some critical, long-lasting decisions. In… Continue reading
Visitors to Mount Rainier National Park could have been looking at huge increases in entrance fees this summer — some jumping as much as 300… Continue reading
By the end of the fundraiser $29,000 was raised.
New classrooms, science labs, an expanded commons, library and career center will be open by October, a couple of months faster than originally expected.
Come fall, change is coming to the gridiron. The North Puget Sound League 4A is splitting into three divisions rather than the two current divisions… Continue reading
Ballots were received throughout area school districts last week and voters have until Feb. 13 to determine if they will continue their support of local… Continue reading
The White River High gymnasium was the place to be Dec. 6, as some of the state’s top wrestling teams – and a handful of… Continue reading
A “cold case” saga continues to play out, a three-decades-old story of a missing woman and a husband accused of foul play. At the center of the tale are former Enumclaw residents Kevin Dale Jokumsen and Donna Mae (maiden name Douglas) Jokumsen, who married before moving to Arizona.
Annual 5K run will take place the morning of Sept. 30 at Lake Wilderness Park
On July 8 and 9 polo players from all over Washington, Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia competed in the Pacific Northwest Governor’s Cup. The event… Continue reading
With a healthy sampling of new attractions alongside a handful of old favorites, organizers are putting finishing touches on the 155th annual production of the… Continue reading
Those who regularly travel the stretch of highway between Enumclaw and Buckley can share tales of vehicular angst, commiserating over bumper-to-bumper traffic jams that seemingly stretch from Black Diamond to Bonney Lake.
The paperwork has been filed and now the long slog through election season is under way
Winter weather has transformed the Cascade landscape and made mountain driving an interesting – and sometimes hazardous – proposal.
With the 2016 general election on the horizon, King County is hoping its new ballot drop boxes – like the one installed at the Tahoma School District building – will give voters a greater opportunity to make their voices heard.