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Buckley hires adviser to help with sale of bonds

Buckley City Council members voted June 7 to hire a financial adviser as they prepare to move ahead with plans to build a new fire station.

Higher utility rates coming to Buckley

An aging sewer and water system, along with patterns of water conservation, will be reflected in higher utility rates for Buckley residents in 2011.

Enumclaw Library will celebrate ‘Dia!’ April 28

Dia! is a combined el dia de los niños ("the day of the children," or "children's day") and el dia de los libros ("the day of the books," or "book day") held to mark a commitment to literacy in children of all linguistic and cultural backgrounds. It was begun by the American Library Association.

SEFNCO bounces from Buckley to Sumner

SEFNCO Communications, a locally-grown telecommunications company, recently consolidated its operations in Sumner, taking residence at its new headquarters building on 4610 Tacoma Ave. in June.… Continue reading

Volunteer firefighters graduate from academy

The month of June saw new recruits line up on White River School District annex's stage to be welcomed into the ranks of firefighters. Family and friends packed the seats and stood in the aisles to watch as 31 recruits received their badges at the 2010 Volunteer Firefighter Basic Recruit Academy graduation.

Buckley’s National Night Out to support law enforcement

Buckley Youth Activity Center will host the city's third annual National Night Out Tuesday.

OUR CORNER: Real superheroes help the homeless

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Chinook Pass will open one week early, beginning Friday

Washington state Department of Transportation crews have spent the past five weeks clearing snow approximately 20 feet deep from the roadway sections of the high-altitude geography.

The 66th annual Scottish Highland Games and Clan Gathering in Enumclaw | Slideshow

The 66th annual Scottish Highland Games and Clan Gathering took over the Enumclaw Expo Center Saturday and Sunday with a full slate of entertainment, including the pipe and drum bands pictured here.

Buckley police make jail agreement

The Buckley Police Department took its first steps toward expanding space for police operations and the jail’s work release program, but plans are moving forward cautiously to accommodate the building code.

World War II and Doolittle : Part III

After the doctor’s work was done, it was time to get to the business of returning home. Saylor’s crew was still well away from the extraction point. The problem was transportation. There were no buses, trains or even roads. So they walked, hoping for a stroke of good fortune.

Buckley City Council authorizes bond-rating study before issuing bonds for fire station

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.

Buckley police reports June 26-July 4

BUCKLEY POLICE REPORTSMEDICINE THEFT: At 3 p.m. June 26, a woman near North Edith Street reported that medicine had been stolen out of her purse.… Continue reading

Buckley merchant pays for highway upgrade

The owners of Leon’s Market and Deli, at 27909 state Route 410 in Buckley, are responsible for the installation of new left turn lanes onto the highway.

“We’re blood sisters now:” Charlie’s Cafe cook to donate a kidney to customer

Today, Enumclaw resident Linda Swenson is sick. After Jan. 17, barring anything unforeseen, she won't be.That's because, on that day, Swenson will be receiving a… Continue reading

Enumclaw’s (former) Hornet’s Nest is now Cole Street Bar and Grill

A familiar sight on the stretch of Cole Street near downtown’s edge has been altered as a local restaurant has sought to change its image.

Young entrepreneur launches bookstore

The last physical evidence of Railroad Street Books’ existence disappeared Feb. 3 when a sign appeared for Brain Candy Books – signifying a new name, new ownership and a new aesthetic.

Buckley Councilman Doug Harple resigns

Councilman Doug Harple has resigned from the Buckley City Council, citing an increasingly busy work schedule.

Hornets defeat Clover Park, avenging March loss | White River Soccer

White River's boys soccer team defeated Clover Park 4-2 in conference play Wednesday. Clover Park had previously defeated the Hornets March 19.

Budget ax falls hard on Buckley cemetery

As Buckley’s city council finalizes and approves the municipal budget for 2011, one of the departments taking a deep cut is the cemetery.