Daniel Nash

Blood sisters: giving the gift of life

Today, Enumclaw resident Linda Swenson is sick. Next week, barring anything unforeseen, she won’t be.

Employees and friends gather to rally support for Rainier School

Rainier School employees, family members of clients and a handful of supporters from other union chapters braved showers and mud Sunday to protest Gov. Chris Gregoire’s budget proposal to shut down state institutions, including the residential habilitation center on Ryan Road.

Buckley police reports Feb. 1-6

LICENSE SUSPENDED: At 3:22 p.m. Feb. 1, a 24-year-old man from Graham was stopped for speeding on Church Street. He was found to have a… Continue reading

New restaurants to tempt Plateau diners

Debra Schweter was showing off plans for the dining space in the former Café Panini building when her husband Jeff grabbed the floor plans. This was in mid-January, when the room was still a great big empty space, save for some power tools, folding tables and two barren soda refrigerators.

Retiree toys with passion

David Tyler of Buckley has worked with wood most of his life. He worked in construction until the age of 59.

Buckley cemetery takes big budget cut, but operations will continue

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

Buckley chief reports high arrest rates

Arrest rates were high last year for a town the size of Buckley, according to Police Chief Jim Arsanto.

Hornets lose first round of State tournament | White River Girls Volleyball

The Hornets took on the Selah High Vikings, eventually falling 3-0.

Planning commission powers (permanently) transferred to Buckley hearing examiner

The city of Buckley’s hearing examiner received permanently-expanded powers and responsibilities during the May 11 meeting of the Buckley City Council.

20-year-old stops in Enumclaw on walking trek from San Jose to Whistler

If you've driven or walked along Cole Street since late January, you may have noticed a new face on the sidewalk. It's a bearded face,… Continue reading

Buckley vet expands services

In May, Performance Equine Dental and Vet developed a new fixture on its back road farm property: a small animal dental and veterinary service.

Court date set after Buckley stabbing

Three men were stabbed Dec. 22 following an altercation in downtown Buckley.

Three men stabbed during fight in Buckley

Three men were stabbed Dec. 22, after an altercation broke out near downtown Buckley. A fourth man, 23-year-old Alexander Christopherson, was taken to jail under… Continue reading

Voters to decide on Buckley fire station

Buckley City Council members voted unanimously to place a construction bond measure for a new Buckley fire station on the April 27 ballot.

Buckley bumps its utility rates

Fees charged for garbage collection, stormwater and sewer utilities were all increased in Buckley, following a Feb. 8 vote of the City Council.

Buckley breaking ground on station

The groundbreaking ceremony for Buckley’s replacement fire station begins at 2:30 p.m. Sunday.

Buckley Eagles to host dinner and auction for Veterans Memorial

Buckley Eagles will host a dinner and auction for the Veterans Memorial along state Route 410 at 5 p.m. Saturday.

Buckley summer lunch program to begin June 14

The Buckley Youth Center will begin its summer lunch program June 14. Anyone under 18 years of age will be able to drop by the youth center from noon to 1 p.m. and have a meal free of charge.

Logger dies in work-related accident near Buckley

A logger died in a work-related accident in the Hancock forest near Buckley Thursday morning.Responders from East Pierce Fire and Rescue arrived on the scene… Continue reading