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The Enumclaw High volleyball team split a pair of matches, beating Sumner in four games Sept. 28 before losing at Auburn Mountainview two days later.
The Buckley City Council hosted its first formal budget discussion to address what will be done about a deficit of approximately $278,000 heading into discussions surrounding its 2010 financial plan.
As the old axiom goes, “It ain’t over ‘til the fat lady sings.” Enumclaw High’s gridders stunned the No. 1 3A squad in the state, the Lakes Lancers, Friday evening by going ahead 14-7 at intermission in the friendly confines of Harry Lang Stadium.
Guitarist and crooner extraordinaire Raliegh Jay dropped by the Buckley Senior Center Friday morning to furnish the entertainment at the center's annual progress report meeting.
Friday evening was “throwback night” at Pete’s Pool, as fans got a real notion of what football was like before electronic scoreboards were in vogue.
When Enumclaw High’s volleyball squad beat visiting Capital of the Western Cascade Conference, it wasn’t important in the standings and it was just a nonleague encounter.
White River’s volleyball squad is off to an 0-4 start, but is making progress daily, according to new coach Stryder Argo.
Unlike past seasons, the Enumclaw High volleyball squad seems to be coming out of the gate a bit faster.
The Enumclaw High football squad traveled for the second week in a row, this time to Franklin Pierce’s field nestled in Tacoma’s Midland area and is now an unblemished 2-0 after trimming the Cardinals’ tail feathers 9-6.
Interwest Development Northwest wants to become acquainted with the people on the Plateau. The Buckley-based company will host a public open house from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12.
The Buckley City Council has scheduled a public hearing to discuss changes to city regulations governing recreational vehicle parks. The meeting is planned for 7 p.m. Sept. 22 in the Buckley Multi-Purpose Center Building, 811 Main St.
Unless Buckley City Council members come up with money in an already-tight 2009 budget, the associate city planner's position will be eliminated at the end of September.
A quilter's dream store has opened in the heart of downtown Buckley. Front Porch Quilts has opened for business at 832 Main St.
Occasionally, good things really do come in small packages. There is a small skateboard shop in Buckley at 729 1/2 Main Street, directly behind Klips By Kim and just down the alley from the Buckley police station.
Enumclaw High's Friday night trip to the historic Stadium High field to lock horns with the Class 4A Wilson High Rams wasn't very pretty.
Every once in a while the stars line up just right and a simple, yet lucrative idea is acted upon. That is what happened for 31-year-old entrepreneur Jennifer Frick when she determined the time was right to open the Main Street Coffee House in Buckley.
Largest Buckley employer may face deep budget cuts
Stryder Argo, the new head coach for the White River High School…
Turnout up from last year
Everyone plays under no-cut policy
Rainier School could face a severe reduction in the number of clients it serves and accompanying deep cuts to the 1,000-employee payroll that makes up Buckley's largest employer. There will be an informal gathering for legal guardians of Rainier School's residents, as well as other stake holders and contractors, at 6 p.m. Aug. 27 in the Bill Leonard Room on the Rainier School campus.
The Firehouse Pub will host the Buckley Chamber of Commerce's second annual Buckley Beer and Wine Walk from 3 to 6 p.m. Sept. 12.
Enumclaw High School football two-a-day practices began Wednesday. The two practice times, in order to, "beat the heat," according to head football coach Don Bartel, are at 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. The Hornets will begin each of the two-a-day practices by doing a bit of light weightlifting and stretching.
The City of Buckley's Planning Commission will hold a public hearing Aug. 31 to obtain public input regarding the proposed 2009 amendments to the Buckley Comprehensive Plan. These amendment elements will fall under the categories of transportation, parks and recreation, land use and capital facilities.
I enjoy my summers as much as the next guy.
As is usually is the case when a dignitary visits a community the size of Buckley, even when there is little notice given, there is a buzz created as the news spreads.
As is usually is the case when a dignitary visits a community the size of Buckley, even when there is little notice given, there is noticeable buzz as news spreads. U.S. Congressman Dave Reichert arrived in Buckley the morning of Aug. 12 to attend the open house of one of his newest employees, Constituent Services Liaison Zachary Guill, who will be available to citizens from 9 a.m to 4 p.m. every Wednesday at Buckley's Multi-Purpose Center, 811 Main Street.
Huckleberry Creek Photography moved to Buckley’s Main Street this summer and is establishing an impressive clientele.
As sure as the sun rises in the east, the Bangkok Thai Restaurant will dish out authentic cuisine every day of the year, except Christmas and Thanksgiving.
The Buckley Chamber of Commerce will host a Businesses of the Plateau social networking and hors d’oeuvres party from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Buckley Eagles Hall.
The 21st annual Buckley Firefighters Association Flashback car show will get the green light Saturday.
When local motocycle engineer and promoter Ted DeVol visited the Buckley City Council July 28, his throng of motocross enthusiasts filled the Multi-Purpose Center chambers.
The Third Annual Plateau Pro Basketball Camp held, at Enumclaw High School's…
Playing against all-star squads finally caught up to the Buckley Riverdogs, who saw their season come to an end during the Pony League Regional Tournament Thursday through Sunday in Kirkland.
The Buckley Youth Activity Center will host a skate competition at the adjacent Buckley Skate Park beginning at noon Saturday.
A liaison to Congressman Dave Reichert will be present every Wednesday in the Buckley Multi-Purpose Center beginning Aug. 5.
Trailing 9-0 in a win-or-go-home tilt at the Boise Creek Sixplex in…
The inaugural Buckley Youth Activity Center 3-On-3 Basketball Shoot-Out "Attack The Rack"…
Scott deCarteret has made his mark on the Buckley City Cemetery.
Buckley resident Robert Noll, who lives in the Copperwynd development on the city’s northeast side, shared a complaint during the July 14 meeting of the Buckley City Council.
Scott deCarteret has made his mark on the Buckley City Cemetery. Anyone driving past on state Route 410 is bound to notice the American flags and other accouterments he has brought since taking over Jan. 1 as the first full-time caretaker. And as the grounds have been spruced up under deCarteret's care, he has responded to the friendly atmosphere found in the small community.
Buckley resident Robert Noll, who lives in the Copperwynd development on the city's northeast side, shared a complaint during the July 14 meeting of the Buckley City Council. Noll said that when he tried to leave his neighborhood on the Saturday of Log Show weekend, he encountered a 45-minute delay; there is no alternative route for getting out of Copperwynd.
Tony Binetti, a 2002 Enumclaw High graduate and a 2006 all-American in his senior year at Seattle Pacific University, recently inked a professional basketball pact with Dinamo Banca Sassari, on the Italian island of Sardinia.
Buckley City Council members unanimously approved the purchase of a two-acre parcel of land with the intent of building a long-awaited station for the city fire department.
The Buckley City Council unanimously approved a final decision on the Van Sickle Landing subdivision, clearing the way for the construction of the 200-home development along Ryan Road.
“I never owned a pair of sunglasses in my life,” joked retired United States Secret Service agent and Buckley resident Michael Endicott as he relaxed on his backyard deck, stroking a calico cat and discussing the stereotypes associated with the cloak and dagger world of the U.S. Secret Service.
Buckley City Council members unanimously approved the purchase of a two-acre parcel of land with the intent of building a long-awaited station for the city fire department. The action came during a special session the evening of June 30.
Warm weather greeted hundreds of fans and dozens of competitors who turned…
When people think about the early part of July, the day that immediately springs to mind for most is the Fourth of July or, as it is known patriotically, Independence Day.
This group of pictures, of all aged kids, is from the Buckley…