The Buckley Fire Department has responded to a fire that appears to have gutted a Third Street home Wednesday.
The White River boys basketball squad cruised down the South Puget Sound League 2A highway, beating Fife 59-55 Feb. 1 and downing Steilacoom 72-63 Thursday, then ran into a nasty barrier in Sumner High.
The Enumclaw High boys finished the regular season with a 3-7 record and head into this weekend’s subdistrict tournament as the No. 5 seed from the South Puget Sound League 3A.
Enthusiasts gravitating toward the new CrossFit Enumclaw Gym at 1713 Garrett St. in Enumclaw, are working toward a healthier lifestyle.
Diane’s Mail Room, which opened its doors last week in Buckley’s Jefferson Avenue Business Park, might be considered a small-businessman’s dream.
A frostbitten bunch of Buckley boys produced their lowest point yield of the season thus far, when they traveled to Sumner’s house Friday night and fell prey to a Spartan trap losing 41-34. Meanwhile Enumclaw struggled against the Panther boys on senior recognition night at Bonney Lake’s facility Friday, Feb. 3, losing 72-69 to force a significant instant replay tilt with the black and teal cagers, tonight at The Nest.
The Enumclaw High boys basketball squad split a pair of South Puget Sound League 3A games last week to move to 2-4 in league action.
Still flying high after notching an 80-77 upset over defending Class 2A state champion Clover Park in mid-January, the White River boys basketball squad hasn’t suffered a setback since.
Although the Hornet girl cagers struggled to score points at Franklin Pierce’s Cardinal Cage Friday night, White River was the only school in the realm of the Plateau and the valley below to manage victories in both girls and boys hoops Friday evening as Sumner’s boys hosted Clover Park and faltered, while the Spartan ladies went on the road to the Warriors facility and flourished.
Dealing with the demands of daily practice sessions and entertaining fans during evening games, high school athletes are a rare breed.
Occasionally, truly inspirational athletes overcome obstacles to succeed both in school and in their chosen sport.
Here are four of the best examples from White River, Enumclaw, Bonney Lake and Sumner high schools.
The City of Buckley and Waste Connections will team up this weekend to assist Buckley residents in safely disposing of tree and yard debris.
The initial Buckley City Council meeting of the year had nothing on the main agenda, but there were a couple of pressing housekeeping issues to be acted upon.
It may have been Friday the thirteenth but the Hornet boys basketball squad had some pretty darn good luck as they hosted the number one ranked Class 2A basketball team in the state and beat the Warriors 80-77