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Don't flush those expired pills down the toilet: the lobby off Buckley's police department will soon have a disposal bin for properly dumping outdated, unwanted… Continue reading
The Buckley Chamber of Commerce has a new home, now that President Ron Callus has moved his Mt. Rainier Realty office across the street and down the block, from 712 to 769 Main St.
Tensions rose in Buckley City Council chambers Dec. 8, as councilmembers discussed an addendum to the city administrator’s contract.
Fees charged for garbage collection, stormwater and sewer utilities were all increased in Buckley, following a Feb. 8 vote of the City Council.
Did you hear? Did you hear? The end is nigh. It’s 2012, don’t you know?
The White Horse, a longtime Buckley drinking establishment that closed its doors earlier this year, has officially been replaced by a different drink and eatery.
There's a lot of talk in the States about freedom and oppression, and an endless supply of well-to-do middle-aged men playing John Wayne, puffing out their chests and talking ad nauseum about refreshing the tree of liberty with the blood of patriots. Then there are the places where those ideas actually come into play, where people actually fight and die within their own borders to try to achieve the end they desire.
Rainier Thrift and Gift, the former Bonney Lake store managed by the Rainier School and staffed by clients, will reopen in Buckley March 1.
Local fire commissioners sought to provide an open forum for citizens worried about management of Enumclaw/District 28 by hosting a town hall meeting Thursday. However, attendance was limited to just three citizens outside the firefighter community.
Fred panted happily as Kim Beach ran her clippers through his coat, taking off a thick mass of winter fur. Clump by clump, the hair… Continue reading
In the aftermath of the Feb. 6 burglary shooting in Tacoma Point, the Dieringer School District is hosting a forum for concerned community members to meet with emergency responders.
Buckley’s 14th annual farmers market – renamed this year as the Buckley Country Market – opened May 8 to sunshine and blue sky.
Friday the 13th was nothing but good luck for Bonney Lake High School's baseball team. On April 13, Bonney Lake scrubbed Lakes High 9-0, then repeated the feat on the Lancers home turf April 16. The Enumclaw Hornets were scrubbed next on April 17, with the Panthers taking them down 9-5.
Ed Saylor recalled his World War II experiences with Enumclaw Rotarians. The first half of this story appeared in the April 17 print edition. Here is part two.
I want to use my space this week to discuss a sensitive issue: rape. I bring the issue up because nationwide news coverage of high profile sexual assault cases seems to be appearing frequently in the past month – with a wide range of failure to success, depending on who you ask.
Black Diamond born-and-bred Ruby Favro-Androsko-Keeney turned 105 Feb. 2. Though her age has rendered her physically frail, she remains sharp as a tack and is no less the passionate woman she’s been her entire life.
On September 18, interested Enumclaw community members can head over to Logging Legacy Park to participate in an attempt to break two records: world's largest… Continue reading
Lack of quorum on budget amendment prompts second vote, second passage | BUCKLEY CITY COUNCIL, DEC. 27
A procedural error in a prior Buckley city council meeting prompted a revote—and an unanimous re-passing—of an amendment to the 2010 budget. The revote took… Continue reading