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An errant hunter was cited for a weapons discharge in Buckley city limits and reckless endangerment after shooting an elk on private property Oct. 8.
Years of planning for a new fire station in Buckley will soon result in something residents can lay their eyes on.
The staples for a good workout: running, weights... percussion?
Is your pet a fugitive? King County requires all dogs and cats eight weeks or older to be licensed. If discovered, unlicensed pets can cost up to $250; late fees for licensing can cost $30 plus the previous year's license fee on top of the standard cost, if the pet has been unlicensed for more than a year.
The sun came out Nov. 7 for the dedication of the Veteran’s Monument in Buckley.
Work is shaping up on the Buckley Museum’s main building renovations as work crews busily insulate and panel unfinished walls.
The new taxing entity—comprised of council members—will meet for the first time in early 2013.
“When Fascism comes to America, it will be called anti-Fascism.” - Huey Long.
Rainier School has partnered with Lindquist Dental Clinic For Children to provide affordable dental work to children in the Buckley area once a week.
Mail-in ballots determining whether the city of Buckley will issue a bond for a new fire station are due April 27.
PROWLING SPREE?: On Jan. 21, a detective took four vehicle prowl reports.
At 6 p.m. April 30, state regulators shut down Frontier Bank, citing inadequate capital and severe loan losses.
Buckley City Council members voted unanimously to remove impact fees on residential building projects that provide funding to the White River School District.
Marilyn Hash sits in the newspaper office, nearing the end of a conversation about her life with non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, and she’s just been asked what she tells people who have been recently diagnosed. She pauses for a moment and offers this: “I don’t tell,” she said. “I don’t tell them anything, but I do listen. And often they have questions. “One of the things I learned… is how lucky I am to have a strong support system.”
Usually when an entrepreneur buys an existing business, payment is made in cash. John Brehmer paid for the Buckley Thrift Store in buses.
When Buckley Fire Chief Alan Predmore saw his honor guard at the Pierce County Fire Chiefs Association awards ceremony, he suspected something was up.
In a year marked by slowed consumer spending, fewer Americans are buying new items, instead opting to stretch what they have.
The first thing customers may notice about Buckley’s newest eatery is the pair of anthropomorphic frankfurters standing in the gravel near the intersection of state Route 410 and Mundy Loss Road, pouring ketchup on themselves and licking their lips.
Buckley’s parkside totem has been visible to state Route 410 passersby for months, but the imposing landmark will soon be receiving an official dedication.