Kevin Hanson

Murder case ends with long sentence

A woman charged with gunning down her ex-boyfriend in the parking lot of a Buckley tavern was sentenced to more than 26 years in prison Friday afternoon.

City water now flowing to Y Bar S

With a ceremonial “turning of the valve,” residents of the Y Bar S development north of Enumclaw began receiving city water Friday afternoon.

White River starts season with win

The White River High soccer team will keep busy with three games in a span of five days.

Four Hornets win pair of events for boys

White River High track and field athletes kicked off the dual-meet portion of their 2009 season March 18 with a successful nonleague encounter at Fife High.

Kellogg, Goch win two events each to lead boys in preseason meet

Enumclaw High’s track and field crew headed for Franklin Pierce High School Thursday for a three-way meet with the host Cardinals and the Bonney Lake Panthers.

EHS season opens with mixed results, a 1-0 win and a 4-1 loss

The Enumclaw High soccer team will play two nonleague games in the coming days, gearing up for the April 1 South Puget Sound League 3A season opener against Bonney Lake.

Bonney Lake set to clash with White River Friday

The Bonney Lake Panthers will get a couple more nonleague soccer games under their belts before kicking off South Puget Sound League 3A play April 1 against Enumclaw High.

Hornets’ 11th trip enhances program

The White River High girls’ basketball team enhanced its reputation as one of the state’s premier programs with another appearance in the Class 3A state tournament.

Opening day is tourney highlight

Opening day of the Class 3A state basketball tournament brought plenty of excitement for the Enumclaw High girls’ program, which kicked off its 2009 tourney experience with an overtime victory over the Franklin Quakers.

Center gets $1.4 million from federal spending bill

Enumclaw’s long-anticipated Welcome Center received a healthy financial boost last week when it was announced that $1.425 million for the project was included in a spending bill passed by the U.S. Senate and signed into law by the president.

Opening day is tourney highlight

Opening day of the Class 3A state basketball tournament brought plenty of excitement for the Enumclaw High girls’ program, which kicked off its 2009 tourney experience with an overtime victory over the Franklin Quakers.

Hornets’ 11th trip enhances program

The White River High girls’ basketball team enhanced its reputation as one of the state’s premier programs with another appearance in the Class 3A state tournament.

VA representative plans area visit

Military veterans no longer have to dial the phone or trek to neighboring communities to find a sympathetic ear.

Three Plateau teams eliminated from state hoop tournament

Enumclaw boys and girls, White River girls lose second tourney games and are bounced from Class 3A state tournament.

Three Plateau teams fall Thursday at state hoop tournament

After netting opening-round victories, Enumclaw boys, Enumclaw girls and White River girls fall Thursday at Class 3A state tourney.

Three Plateau teams fall in state hoop tournament

After winning their opening-round games, the Enumclaw High boys, Enumclaw High girls and White River girls lost Thursday.

All three Plateau teams open state tourney with victories

Plateau teams were a perfect three-for-three during Wednesday’s opening round of the Class 3A state basketball tournament in the Tacoma Dome.

Hornets plan on being in playoffs when dust settles

With a strong core of returning players, a postseason appearance certainly seems possible for the 2009 edition of the White River High soccer program.

Scheidt takes over Hornets’ helm

New coach Jerry Scheidt has plenty of returning faces as he takes the helm of the White River High track and field program.

All-league forward returns to roster

Coach Skip Ashley is cautiously optimistic about what the coming soccer season will bring for his Enumclaw High Hornets.