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White River captured five of the top eight boys’ slots and three of the top five girls’ performances.
Both football teams posted wins with big margins last week.
From the Main Street parade to a dance that nearly wasn’t, Buckley’s Homecoming was one to remember
With less than two weeks left before election day, all candidates for Buckley’s mayor and city council seats have provided answers to a Courier-Herald election… Continue reading
Case hinged on whether Taylor Matson was entrapped or had “a guilty mind” to abuse a child.
The latest round of high school football brought mixed results for the Plateau teams, as Enumclaw registered a convincing victory over Clover Park while White… Continue reading
The money will go toward a new non-profit dedicated to making Main Street pop.
Mayoral candidate says banner gave his opponent unfair advantage
For some, “Uncle Walt” represented a simpler, more cooperative time in history.
Shooting reportedly followed an altercation in a small garage / shed
Photos and scores from the 2021 Buckley Log Show.
City has more than $15 million worth of projects planned and hopes to cover some with state funds.
Pierce County property values jump again; Wilkeson and South Prairie among most affordable places
Reliance on logging and mining, as well as two fires in the 1890s, challenged Buckley’s growth
19th-century Lake Tapps girl reunited, in spirit, with her family
The project is scheduled to go to bid this summer, and construction could start by fall
Daisy Roberts and Charlotte Miller will be traveling overseas for a year-long student exchange program.
What was supposed to be an exciting election season is turning out to be a bit of a bust.
Carnivals, rodeos, chainsaws, and more!