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During last year’s legislative session, Rainier School faced budget recommendations and proposed budget amendments that threatened to shut down the facility for the developmentally disabled.
FALSE ALARM: Officers were dispatched to a Ryan Road business for a reported alarm at 3:22 a.m. on Nov. 16, but on arrival the building… Continue reading
Buckley city council awarded responsibility for the construction of the new fire station to Five Rivers Construction Inc., the lowest valid bidder on the project.Five… Continue reading
Sen. Pam Roach of the 31st District made a town hall stop at Enumclaw's public library Thursday, but drew only a fraction of the crowd she had at a winter session prior to the beginning of the legislative session.
A logger died in a work-related accident in the Hancock forest near Buckley the morning of Oct. 14.
Buckley City Council members have unanimously authorized a bond rating analysis of the city, a necessary step prior to the issuance of a $2.5 million bond that will finance a replacement fire station.
Work is shaping up on the Buckley Museum's main building renovations as work crews busily insulate and panel unfinished walls. The renovation will result in the museum's ability to be considered an official visitor center for Buckley and the surrounding area, including Mount Rainier National Park.
Three years ago, Stephanie Stennes went into auditions for the Seattle Seahawks SeaGals not knowing what to expect. No one knows what to expect going in. More than 200 women, many already with years of experience as high school cheerleaders, congregate at CenturyLink Field each year to try for the pros. Stennes, of Buckley, made it that first year, and she’s earned the spot again three seasons since.
The voting citizens of Buckley have seemingly come out in favor of funding a new fire station.
Walt & Vern’s Truck and Auto Parts, a Buckley shop family owned and operated since 1958, has been purchased by a national corporation operating out of Chicago, Ill.
Working Baby Boomers may be the group most stressed about their economic futures, according to the newly released results of the 2012 AARP election survey.
Buckley Youth Activity Center will host the city’s third annual National Night Out Tuesday.
There are many parents out there who might lament the hours their child spends planted in front of the television or computer, playing their favorite video game. And considering the negative health impacts of sedentary hobbies, they aren’t entirely wrong to worry. But at the May 25 Sumner School Board meeting, directors were introduced to a textbook to be used for a full Mountain View Middle School course on video game design.
SLASHER: On April 9, a lobby visitor reported damage to his vehicle over night. Persons unknown slashed the right rear tire on the man's vehicle, at an estimated cost of $100. The man said he believed his ex-girlfriend's new boyfriend may have been responsible, as she had recently sent him some text messages stating she still liked him.
A covered picnic shelter will likely grace the city of Buckley’s narrow strip of park along the Foothills Trail, thanks to one construction-minded Eagle Scout candidate.
The climax of 14 months effort by the Buckley Arts Commission, volunteers and donors arrived at 11 a.m. Saturday as workers raised a pole honoring American veterans.
Rainier School has partnered with Lindquist Dental Clinic For Children to provide affordable dental work to children in the Buckley area once a week.
Java Angels has relocated from its location at 18320 state Route 410 East.
The Hornets will next play the winner of the Bonney Lake/Camas match-up, which began at 4 p.m.
ILLEGAL FIREWORKS: Illegal fireworks were confiscated or otherwise reported throughout Saturday at Grand Fir Drive, Johnson Street, A Court, Wells Street, Battersby Avenue, Watson Street,… Continue reading