Black Diamond council majority holds Labor Day permit

  • Today at 10:31AM

Chaos and anger has defined the last seven months of Black Diamond City Council meetings, but the outrage residents expressed flared hotter than ever on July 21 as a century-long tradition looked to be put on the chopping block: the city's three-day Labor Day Festival.

Domestic violence and suspicious person | Buckley Police Blotter

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Among the day's calls were a domestic violence incident at a highway location and a dispute between neighbors on Jefferson Avenue. Other calls involved a resident walking away from Rainier School and a suspicious vehicle on Park Avenue.

Buckley council names Burkett to council

  • Today at 11:01AM

The Buckley City Council is back at full strength, now that Sandy Burkett has been selected to fill a Position 7 vacancy.

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Worker Retraining program expands to four-year degrees

  • Jul 25, 2016 at 5:25PM

Green River students earning four-year Bachelor of Applied Science degrees in software development, network administration and security, aeronautical science, marketing and entrepreneurship, and forest resource management are now eligible for Washington State's Worker Retraining program.

Enumclaw native in Pacific warfare exercise

  • Jul 25, 2016 at 2:00PM

An Enumclaw native is serving in the U.S. Navy and is participating in the world's largest international maritime warfare exercise, the Rim of the Pacific Exercise.

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