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It took a month, but Luke Wilbanks finally knows he’ll be occupying a seat on the Buckley City Council.
Pierce County News for the week of Dec. 7, 2017
Jack Tatarian and family attended the Nov. 21st Board of Fire Commissioners meeting to thank everyone involved for saving his life on September 5, 2017.
The Hornets have participated in a pair of four-team gymnastics meets so far. They will compete again Wednesday hosting Federal Way, Kennedy Catholic and Mount Rainier at PEAK Gymnastics in Enumclaw.
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 highly-ranked individuals – gathered for a night of competition.
Members of the Buckley Kiwanis Club honored a trio of “Students of the Month” during an Nov. 16 gathering.
The weather may be getting colder, but burn bans have been called for multiple counties due to deteriorating air quality.
Erik Van Hulse, who also goes by his stage name Siboh Nisoh, has been working toward this big break for almost as long as he can remember.
Last year’s Sumner High girls basketball team didn’t experience the thrill of victory all that often, winning just five of 20 games, but a flock of returning players should help turn the tide.
The White River Hornet girls team never seem to need an overhaul, just some annual tinkering with quality, familiar parts.
Michael Duarte-Pedrosa, Connect2Classes VP, takes two cooking-class taste tests.
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Connect2Classes offers group BBQ classes for team and client appreciation events
“Support Trump? Sure,” she said. “I like him.” These words by Pam Shilling from Trump Country western Pennsylvania reflect what many Trump supporters are thinking a year after the 2016 election victory, according to an article excerpted from “Politico.com” by “The Week” (Dec. 1, 2017).
I lived off the grid for 15 years and the one thing I missed the most was watching pro football.
With the holiday season in full swing, fire departments are preparing for their annual Santa Patrols that spread cheer throughout Enumclaw and Buckley.
Blaine Larsen doesn’t perform much these days, instead spending his waking hours pursuing a higher calling.
During the holidays, our thoughts naturally turn to giving — not just giving gifts, but donating our time and money to charities, disasters and community programs.
Recently, the Institute for Justice (Institute) determined state licensing barriers for lower-income workers and aspiring entrepreneurs not only hurts people trying to establish themselves in a profession, but annually drives consumer prices up by $203 billion.