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Daffodil Princesses will be visiting the local library Saturday, March 7.
Here’s a recap of how the Plateau fared during last week’s downpour.
Preliminary results for the February 2020 special election are in.
This could change next year, if voters approve the White River School District levy on the Feb. 11 ballot.
Former Councilwoman Sandy Burkett just took on a job at the Buckley Police Department.
Bridge cleaning will mean the bridge will be down a lane from 6 a.m. to noon.
A new bill would have schools send standardized concussion data to the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.
The contest runs until Feb. 28.
And White River will be likely extending the year to make up for the lost day.
Also, City Administrator Dave Schmidt will be retiring in March.
Senate Bill 1674 proposes eliminating the Discover Pass and using state general funds to support the parks.
EHS wants to renew its tech levy, while WRHS’ levy is the same one that voters declined in the last general election.
Buckley resident Donald Milliken isn’t letting age get to him.
January isn’t a busy time of year, but there are still a few events to attend for kinds, families, and adults.
It’s been a long year — check out some of the Plateau’s biggest stories you may have missed or forgotten.
No matter our differences, we are all human beings.
Pit bulls and other “dangerous” canines on the Plateau can now take a test to be exempt from breed-specific legislation
Zachary Kelley has been dancing since he was 6 years old. Just last month, he was named one of the best tap dancers in the world.
It took a little longer than expected, but commuters can finally get back to their regular routes.
Four students from the White River School District were honored recently.