Enumclaw Courier-Herald is a newspaper in Enumclaw, Washington established in 1933 as a merge of Enumclaw Courier (since 1900) and Enumclaw Herald (since 1908).[2]

Kevin Hanson was the editor from 2001 to early 2012, at which time Dennis Box was named editor.[3]

Bill Marcum was the publisher in 2003.[4] The paper announced in August 2010 that Marcum would be leaving the Courier-Herald to become regional manager of Nickel Ads in Portland, Oregon in September. Brennan Purtzer became the new publisher of the Courier-Herald the following October, and left in March 2012.[3]

The newspaper was purchased by Black Press subsidiary Sound Publishing on 3 June 2008.[5]