Ganados 4-H member Sky Senyohl keeps her hereford at her grandmother’s Enumclaw farm.

Annual livestock show and sale draws youth into farming program

Local Plateau area youth are busy caring for their steers, lambs and hogs to get ready for the upcoming Livestock Show and Sale. The Northwest Junior Livestock Show and Sale is coming up April 16-19 at the Western Washington Fairgrounds in Puyallup.

  • Apr 7, 2009
Ganados 4-H member Sky Senyohl keeps her hereford at her grandmother’s Enumclaw farm.

Buckley meeting is for area seniors

Four local business professionals are scheduled to speak on “Aging In Place” at the Buckley Senior Center Monday.

  • Apr 7, 2009

White River taking steps to help students get into college

“It’s a radical shift we’re seeing at the high school,” White River High School teacher Leeann Alfano told the White River School Board at its March 25 workshop. Students, she said, are asking what classes they need to take to help them get into college.

White River teens after Buckley Junior Miss title

Six White River High School students will vie for Buckley’s America Junior Miss honors at 6 p.m. April 18 in the White River High School theatre.

Enumclaw police seized this Cadillac Escalade as part of a drug arrest.

City resident gets 21 months after drug conviction

An Enumclaw resident was convicted on narcotics distribution charges March 23, concluding a joint investigation that involved Enumclaw Police Department detectives and agents with the Drug Enforcement Agency.

  • Apr 7, 2009
Enumclaw police seized this Cadillac Escalade as part of a drug arrest.

Enumclaw Police Blotter

• A citizen arrived at the police station lobby the morning of March 31, displaying fraudulent money orders that had been received in the mail. It was determined to be a scam and the items were taken to the post office.

  • Apr 7, 2009
Food Drive

Food Drive

Becky Cates, Beverly Jensen, Mary Snyder and Cristal Schumacher were part of Curves of Enumclaw’s special workout Thursday, pushing 11 grocery carts, loaded with more than 2,157 pounds of food, from the women’s

  • Apr 7, 2009
Food Drive

Buckley residents can now purchase city flag

Due to the apparent popularity of Buckley’s municipal flag, which features the community’s heritage logo emblazoned on a background of hunter green, the City Council passed an ordinance which makes the flag accessible to all, to be flown outside homes or places of business.

Egg hunts to keep kids scrambling

Several egg hunts are scheduled Saturday to keep Plateau kids entertained.

  • Apr 7, 2009

Simple idea aims to bring residents together

It started with a group of people talking about the idea of how to bring people together. It’s developed into Simply Soup, a free, monthly community dinner and social which the small band of organizers are planning to launch into a monthly event.

Pet license program is operating

King County has kicked off its program of assessing penalties to those who fail to license their cats and dogs.

  • Apr 7, 2009

There’s security in growing or buying local

Wild about food?

  • Apr 7, 2009

Let’s ponder this concept of “faith”

A few weeks ago I wrote that I believe God created us with a spiritual component – an eternal dimension that transcends time and substance. Today I’ll suggest he also put a faith capacity in us that is not separate from the spiritual, but reaches into our other personal dimensions as well. Perhaps my thoughts will cause you to stop, sip your coffee and ponder.

  • Apr 7, 2009

“Cold case” investigation team new to King County

“Cold case” murder investigations aren’t just for television.

  • Apr 7, 2009
Couple announces engagement

Couple announces engagement

Tom and DiDi Monroe of Bonney Lake have announced the engagement of their daughter Lauren Monroe to Paul Soderberg.

Couple announces engagement
Enumclaw High School track and field athletes spent a recent practice session cleaning up the grounds at their school and nearby neighborhoods. The “trash and field” afternoon was a team-bonding exercise that did some good for the community along the way.
Enumclaw High School track and field athletes spent a recent practice session cleaning up the grounds at their school and nearby neighborhoods. The “trash and field” afternoon was a team-bonding exercise that did some good for the community along the way.
Plateau farms are turning poop into power

Plateau farms are turning poop into power

Cow poop is changing the world – or at least making it a little greener. Every time ol’ Bossy messes up the barnyard, she’s taking us one step (one careful step, oops!) into a future of renewable energy. Got manure? If so, you could be an energy entrepreneur. Or should I say, “entre-maneur?”

Plateau farms are turning poop into power

Aggressive attack is not the answer for trimming trees

The annual tree topping or “butchering” season arrives each spring to the chagrin of professional arborists and tree service companies that discourage such practices.