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As Buckley Council begins budget talks, city residents weigh in

More than 150 people chimed in on a budget survey - a first for Buckley.


Buckley planning new park, wants public input

There will be several ways for Buckleyites to give their opinion on Miller Park in coming weeks and months.


Local school districts moving closer to seeing students in buildings

First up will be having a hybrid learning model with elementary students.


Buckleyite finishes filming first movie on the Plateau

Ralph Smith’s movie, “Runaway”, is about a teenager who finds a mentor in a homeless veteran after she decides to take off on her own.

Plans change: school districts back to distributing free meals

Check out how you can pick up your free meals for students.

Beautify Buckley event cancelled due to air quality

The Beautify Enumclaw event is still happening.

In-paper debate: Meet your Legislative District 31 preliminary winners

This is part one of a debate between incumbent Drew Stokesbary and challenger Katie Young.

Beautify Enumclaw, Buckley still a-go

Volunteers can head to the Buckley Youth Center or the Enumclaw Six-Plex at 9 a.m. Sept. 12.

“Remote learning” beginning in Enumclaw, White River

Make sure to check out your district’s websites for specific details.

Learning is remote, but school meals will still be distributed to students

The pandemic forced schools to provide meals for free, but students will now resume paying for their lunches.

Enumclaw woman died in car fire outside Buckley

It’s unclear what led to Chelsea Ulrich leaving the road and crashing her car.

Buckley’s six-year street plan includes plenty for bridge, trail

The council also banned the use of “unmanned aircraft” that can take pictures or audio.

Skogen promoted from No. 2 to chief of Buckley Fire Department

The city is still looking for a new police chief.

Buckley hoping grant application will help build basketball, pickle ball courts

They city hopes the grant money will help the court be painted in Hornet colors, as well as feature the high school’s logo.

Buckley residents can now get books from library

Curbside service at the branch started today, Aug. 3.

Pierce County announces burn ban

This ban only applies to unincorporated county residents.

Your library can help you ‘borrow’ a free Discover Pass

Pierce County libraries are also offering a backpack with educational materials and binoculars, while King County libraries are just letting people check out the passes.

                                Alan Predmore has said goodbye to the Buckley Fire Department, retiring after 23 years as chief.

Predmore goes from police officer to fire chief, now into retirement

“It’s not easy because I absolutely love my job and I love the department.”

                                Alan Predmore has said goodbye to the Buckley Fire Department, retiring after 23 years as chief.

With large events cancelled, check out hobby activities close to home

You can learn archery, how to ride a horse, enroll in a dance class, or finally learn to play guitar.

Districts announce school year starting online

Plans to establish a hybrid learning model of both distance and in-school learning were being developed when county health departments voiced strong support for 100 percent online schooling, at least to start.