Business

Quilters have new shop for materials in Buckley

A quilter's dream store has opened in the heart of downtown Buckley. Front Porch Quilts has opened for business at 832 Main St.

Skate shop opens in Buckley

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.

Visitor Guide and Business Directory is important to area commerce

A very popular marketing piece for our community is the Visitor Guide and Business Directory published by the Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce.

  • Sep 7, 2009

How to avoid losing money when a business goes bankrupt

Consumer: My fiancé and I paid $2,500 to reserve a venue for our upcoming wedding. Weeks before we’re scheduled to exchange vows, the business has filed bankruptcy. Will we get our money back?

Buckley coffee shop proving popular

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.

Plateau Trading Co. joins BIMORE chain

Enumclaw-based Plateau Trading Company recently became part of the BIMORE family. As one of five BIMORE Stores, the Garrett Street outlet becomes part of the Pacific Northwest’s leader in the inventory reclamation business.

Green Mountain Roasters to move to Sumner

Formerly located at Tully's in Seattle

Classy Chassis car show revs up Sumner

Be still my heart!With 300 cars and more than 2,500 people packing Main Street and every other available nook and cranny downtown Sunday, I couldn’t… Continue reading

Photographer snaps a shot of Plateau life

Huckleberry Creek Photography moved to Buckley’s Main Street this summer and is establishing an impressive clientele.

Consumers ring in calls about health care

As people struggle to find affordable health care, many are turning to discount health plans. And some buyers, who mistakenly think they’ve bought insurance coverage with full benefits, are discovering that the discounts are much more limited than they thought.

  • Aug 11, 2009

Lopez joins Symmetry sales team

Enumclaw resident Howard Lopez recently joined the local business community as a senior level business partner with Symmetry.

  • Aug 11, 2009

Chamber survey to determine what we really want

Ever heard the local joke – you can’t buy underwear in Enumclaw?

  • Aug 11, 2009

Enumclaw office brings agent close to home

A five-minute commute is just one benefit Jeff Fabris has experienced after moving his Lakewood Farmers Insurance business to the corner of Cole Street and Myrtle Avenue.

Business bankruptcy can leave customers hurting

Consumer: My fiancé and I paid $2,500 to reserve a venue for our upcoming wedding. Weeks before we’re scheduled to exchange vows, the business has filed bankruptcy. Will we get our money back?

  • Aug 11, 2009
Sisavanh Keoninh and Ubonvadee Tui are running Enumclaw’s Bangkok Thai Restaurant these days.

Restaurant owners adding spice to downtown

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.

Sisavanh Keoninh and Ubonvadee Tui are running Enumclaw’s Bangkok Thai Restaurant these days.

Owners are building on win-win situations

Steve and Sonja Jones are not only sprucing up the downtown Buckley building they purchased four years ago, they’re taking a proactive role in filling it with tenants who they believe will enhance the city’s core.

Triathlon offers groups chance to raise money

The Bonney Lake Chamber of Commerce Labor of Love Triathlon is just around the corner and we have opportunities for volunteers to raise money while helping with the event.

Photography studio moves to Buckley

Huckleberry Creek Photography moved to Buckley’s Main Street this summer and is establishing an impressive clientele.

Ruby Iribarren and her husband Brian Britton prepare a customer’s order July 25 at Sully’s Alder Street Café in Sumner.

Husband, wife feel at home in Sumner eatery

There’s a whole lotta’ homecooking going on at Sully’s Alder Street Café in Sumner – as in sandwiches, burgers, cheesecakes and rhubarb pies.

Ruby Iribarren and her husband Brian Britton prepare a customer’s order July 25 at Sully’s Alder Street Café in Sumner.
Brian Kaplan and Terri Walker take a look at the Sumner

Publication gives people something to talk about

Terri Walker and Brian Kaplan are giving folks something to talk about.

Brian Kaplan and Terri Walker take a look at the Sumner