Daniel Nash

Stand-up comedy comes to Enumclaw Expo Center

Many Washington TV aficionados have fond memories of the 1980s and ‘90s. New York and Los Angeles may have had Saturday Night Live and the rest of prime time, respectively, but Seattle had “Almost Live!,” a locally produced sketch show that proved nationally influential, launching the careers of entertainers such as Joel McHale and Bill Nye the Science Guy.

Buckley police officer to become certified marijuana technician

One of Buckley's finest is undergoing training to become a state-certified marijuana technician for his department. Kevin Goss, an officer with the Buckley Police Department, began training in December and will be able to be certified within months. Having a marijuana technician on staff will allow the department to make full and accurate analyses of plant matter confiscated during arrests.

City of Buckley studies critical SR 410/SR 165 intersection realignment

The city of Buckley is in the process of realigning the intersection of state Routes 410 and 165, Ryan Road and 112th St, jockeying the tenuous balance of municipal, state and federal approval on the project.

OUR CORNER: Fitness a lifestyle change for 2011

I’ve never been one for new year resolutions, probably for the same reason I don’t care for the New Year’s celebration itself, my birthday and most holidays.

Lee takes over at Buckley Dental

Buckley Dental Care has had a longtime presence on Main Street in Buckley, though it has never become long in the tooth.

OUR CORNER: The positive side of comic seduction

In 1954, American psychiatrist Frederic Wertham published a book titled “Seduction of the Innocent,” a scathing indictment of comic books and their effect on children.

Buckley police reports Oct. 11-16

VEHICLE COLLISION: At 9:43 a.m. Oct. 11, an officer responded to a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of state Route 410 and Main Street. Upon… Continue reading

Locals make mark in comics industry

Five Plateau and Sumner-area creators, and three like-minded associates from surrounding towns, are making room for new voices on the comics rack.

SLIDESHOW: Buckley veterans monument dedication ceremony

The sun came out Sunday Nov. 7 for the dedication of the Veteran's Monument in Buckley.For more than a year, the city art commission planned… Continue reading

Buckley eyes April 27 for vote on new fire station

Years of planning for a new fire station in Buckley will soon result in something residents can lay their eyes on. Progress on designs for the fire station are being scheduled at a pace that could have a fire station bond issue on the ballot for the April 27 special election.

Federal Way to pay Buckley for permanent space in jail

Buckley City Council members voted to give the go-ahead to Buckley Police Chief Jim Arsanto, Mayor Pat Johnson and City Administrator Dave Schmidt to sign a contract with the city of Federal Way dedicating a minimum of five beds in the Buckley jail to inmates from the King County city.

Buckley Log Show kicks off Saturday

The 37th annual Buckley Log Show gets rolling with a parade at 10 a.m.

Unresponsive passenger transported to hospital during DUI arrest | BUCKLEY POLICE BLOTTER, DEC. 27-JAN. 2

VEHICLE COLLISION: On Dec. 27, time unknown, an officer was dispatched to the 700 block of Main Street to handle a two-car motor vehicle collision.… Continue reading

Ground will break on new Buckley fire station Feb. 27

The groundbreaking ceremony of the new city of Buckley fire station will occur Sunday, Feb. 27. Fire department staff, city officials and representatives of Five… Continue reading

Rainier School survives legislative session

The state Legislature ended its special session April 12 and Rainier School for the developmentally disabled was saved from shut-down after four months of uncertainty.

2010 Volunteer Firefighters Academy graduates

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… Continue reading

Buckley council OKs contracts to house city’s jail inmates

Members of the Buckley City Council approved three outside jail contracts for the city’s police department when they gathered Oct. 9. The department is preparing to close the Buckley jail by the end of November and will subsequently farm out prisoners to the cities of Enumclaw, Puyallup and Fife.

OUR CORNER: Different views are better voiced civilly

When I worked for Starbucks, each holiday season I seemed to have the same conversation with customers or coworkers, which I’ll paraphrase below:

New smoking age bill stalled in legislature

The Washington State Attorney General is “disappointed” with the slow progress of a current bill that would raise the smoking age, he said last week. Two companion bills currently in front of the state Legislature would raise the legal smoking age from 18 to 21. If passed, the bills would make it a gross misdemeanor to sell tobacco or vapor products to anyone younger than 21.

New smoking age bill stalled in legislature

The Washington State Attorney General is "disappointed" with the slow progress of a current bill that would raise the smoking age, he said last week.