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Jonathan Ubbenga, a 2005 graduate of Enumclaw High and recent graduate of William Jewell College in Liberty, Mo., inked a professional contract to play for the Gateway Grizzlies.
Buckley Fire Chief Alan Predmore was recently authorized by the Buckley City Council to extend an operating agreement with American Medical Response to provide advanced life support services to Buckley, Carbonado, Greenwater and Crystal Mountain.
The crew at the Buckley maintenance shop was commended by the Buckley City Council recently for scoring a good deal on a combination dump truck and snow plow.
The Buckley Police Department was recently awarded a $29,632 grant to implement a license recognition system.
The Buckley City Council voted 3-2 to accept a preliminary plat application for the Van Sickle Landing subdivision during a Thursday special session at the Multi-Purpose Center.
Plateau youngsters have been honing their logging skills for this year’s Buckley Junior Log Show’s big weekend, and it won’t be long until more than 100 young participants can show how much they have improved over the last 12 months.
Two former White River High baseball players – Jason Erickson of Bonney Lake and A.J. Huttenlocker of Buckley – were drafted Thursday during Major League Baseball’s first-year player draft.
Buckley has discovered that all good things really do come to those who wait.
Enumclaw will be seeing how swiftly they jelled as a team during…
Buckley Fire Chief Alan Predmore was authorized to continue his department's agreement for fire protection and medical emergency services with the small communities of Greenwater and Carbonado. The new contract extends the existing agreement for three more years, on the heels of a successful run from July 1, 2007 to July 1, 2009. The Crystal Mountain Ski Resort was added to the equation as well.
Christy Robinson’s Buckley business, Armadillo Construction and Parts, deals in enormous and expensive pieces of mining as well as quarry equipment and replacement parts for apparatus like rock crushers and sand washers.
The new Interwest Construction and Development facility along state Route 410 in Buckley already carries a regal-sounding monicker – Kessell’s Kingdom.
EHS's fastpitch solfball team played at the WIAA State Fastpitch 3A Championships on May 29-30, 2009
When the South Puget Sound League 3A’s talented area senior baseball players hooked up in the senior exhibition games at Auburn Mountainview High School May 25, co-SPSL 3A champion Enumclaw High was well represented.
Voting for the all-South Puget Sound League 3A fastpitch team, a duty shared by the league’s coaches, resulted in Bonney Lake’s dominating pitcher, senior, slinger Caitlin Colvin, walking away with Player of the Year honors.
The Enumclaw High fastpitch crew nearly stumbled coming out of the gate, but came on strong down the backstretch for a photo-finish, fifth-place with Mount Rainier during the Class 3A state championships.
Three months after a winter storm damaged Buckley’s water transmission main, city officials were at last able to convince the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to examine the site in order to confirm the need for repairs.
The city of Buckley city council recently approved a 50-year lease of a 138.75 acre parcel of land located near the Rainier State School belonging to the Department of Social Health Services, for $20,274 each year.
The South Puget Sound League 3A's talented area senior baseball players hook-up with one another in the senior exhibition games at Auburn Mountainview High School at 4 and 7 p.m. Monday.
Photos were taken at the West Central III Bi-District tournament at the…
The focal point most coaches try to carve into a team’s physique as it tumbles headlong into fastpitch tournaments like the one that transpired at Sprinker Recreation Center in Parkland, Wash., the West Central District 3A fastpitch tournament, is to expect the unexpected.
The brash, young, offense-based, yet exciting Sumner High fastpitch gang came into the West Central District 3A fastpitch tournament at Sprinker Recreation Center in Parkland, Wash., with a chip on its shoulder and a great deal to prove.
Enumclaw High senior baseball players Andrew Olson and Beau Rogers will be continuing their baseball careers at Tacoma Community College next spring and Titan skipper Donegal Fergus could not be more pleased.
When the Enumclaw High fastpitch squad encounters the Bishop Blanchet bunch at the Class 3A state fastpitch tournament at the South End Recreation Area (SERA) fields in Tacoma at 11 a.m. Friday, the Braves would be better off knowing two things coming into that blue-field, game-seven rendezvous.
Some photos from EHS tourney game at Foss High School Diamond adjacent…
The Sumner High and White River High girls’ fastpitch squads met Monday afternoon at the South Puget Sound League 3A/Seamount League subdistrict tournament at Sprinker Recreation Center in Parkland, Wash., but the two took two very different roads to reach that stage.
The Sumner High fastpitch squad’s rollercoaster season continued at the rain-delayed subdistrict tournament at Parkland’s Sprinker Recreation Center Friday and Monday, when Sumner was slated to rendezvous in its third game of the elimination series with White River. The Hornets have been teetering on the brink of elimination for the past week.
The Enumclaw High baseball squad’s season came to a sudden end Saturday afternoon as the Hornets suffered a heartbreaking 2-1 setback to Auburn Mountainview in the West Central/Southwest bidistrict 3A tournament at Foss High’s picturesque diamond in Tacoma.
Taylor Franich drilled an inside-the-park home run to get the Enumclaw High fastpitch team off and running against Kennedy. The Hornets won 7-3.
There are a lot of elements of Jorge Espinosa’s job as an automobile detailer that he likes, but the bottom line and the objective that makes him most proud is the “before and after” picture in his mind’s eye.
Heading into its last scheduled game of the regular season Monday at Enumclaw’s Boise Creek facility, the White River fastpitch squad was sporting a 3-10 South Puget Sound League 3A mark and was on the threshold of being eliminated from any chance of a post-season appearance.
The Sumner Spartans lost the only game they played last week when they traveled to White River Friday for a make-up South Puget Sound League 3A game that had originally been slated for May 5, but was postponed due to weather.
Sumner High’s baseball season came to an abrupt close when it lost 7-6 to the Lindbergh Eagles in the battle of the Seamount and South Puget Sound League 3A’s No. 5 seeds held at the Russell Road Complex in Kent early Saturday in the subdistrict tournament.
Not much changed for the Enumclaw High fastpitch squad from last week, as it played only one game at Franklin Pierce and edged the Cardinals 6-4 to push its South Puget Sound League 3A record to 11-2.
When Enumclaw High’s baseball squad faced Highline at the Russell Road Complex in Kent on Saturday – in South Puget Sound League/Seamount League 3A subdistrict – they were facing a mirror image of themselves as far as style of play.
The Buckley City Council welcomed a new councilmember May 5, as Melissa Patson was appointed from a trio of potential candidates that included Marvin Sundstrom and Bryan R. Howard.
Enumclaw High’s fastpitch squad became firmly entrenched in second place last week after hosting and annihilating Lakes 13-0 in five innings and before that visiting Auburn Mountainview and working out a 9-5 victory over the Lions.
The White River fastpitch team played only one game last week, travelling to Bonney Lake Thursday and losing 9-1 after a late-inning collapse to make its South Puget Sound League record 2-10.
Playing Wednesday, Thursday and Friday last week, the White River baseball bunch lost two of three games and very well could be getting squeezed out of the playoff scene as a consequence.
The 8-8 Sumner High baseball bunch found itself rooting against Lakes High earlier this week, as – at press time – the Lancers were playing a makeup doubleheader against Peninsula and Clover Park to ultimately decide Lakes’ fate, as well as the fate of Sumner and White River, both sitting at 8-8 in league.
The Sumner High fastpitch crew’s roller coaster ride continued last week as it went to 6-6 in South Puget Sound League 3A play by using 15 hits and five Lancer errors to clobber Lakes 12-4 April 28 and slipped past Franklin Pierce 4-1 on the road Thursday.
Enumclaw High pitching ace Andrew Olson tossed a gem Friday evening at Osborne Field, shutting out White River 5-0 to help his team clinch a share of the South Puget Sound League 3A title.
White River High baseball coach Mike Williams appraised his team’s effort recently as being clutch and playing just well enough to win. While conceding his diamond dogs had experienced a successful week winning 2 out of 3, Williams is not convinced the Hornets have played their best baseball yet.
W hen 83-year-old Bonney Lake resident Bill Bingham sits down with his fellow Weyerhaeuser retiree’s at the Enumclaw McDonald’s every Thursday morning, there is never any lack of topics for conversation.
White River High’s fastpitch squad broke through in a big way, winning its first league contest and taking two out of four games, ending up in possible contention for a postseason spot.
Enumclaw High’s baseball contingent cruised to a couple of shutout league victories, traveling to Peninsula April 21 to cleansheet the Seahawks, 4-0, and hosting Clover Park April 22, needing only five frames to eliminate the Warriors 11-0.
The final completion date for Buckley’s new $11.5 million wastewater treatment plant has been moved forward to Sept. 1, but the main warranty has been in effect since March 11, so the city’s hope is that if any major problems occur, they will crop up within the next 11 months.
Buckley City Council will host a public hearing Tuesday to take public input on their recent decision to hire an interim hearing examiner.
Tuesday was sunny around the South Sound and brought pleasant news for Plateau high school baseball teams on the road.
The final completion date for Buckley's new $11.5 million wastewater treatment plant has been moved forward to Sept. 1, 2009, but the main warrantee has been in effect since March 11, so the city's hope is that if any major problems occur, they will crop up within the next 11 months.