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The Kentlake student has placed first in all three of the track events that she competes in, is a straight-A student and does community service in her spare time.
The scout was given a Certificate of Appreciation at a Fire Commissioners Meeting that took place on April 12.
There was less traffic than anticipated during the opening of the new Chick-Fil-A in Covington.
Daddys and daughters danced the night away on April 14.
Peter Kageyama came to Maple Valley and Covington to do a workshop to get community members more involved with their cities, and to speak about his book, For the Love of Cities.
MultiCare will officially open its doors to patients in Covington on April 24.
More traffic is likely but the city has a traffic plan in place to help with the increase
Improvements at Summit Park in Maple Valley could be underway soon.
Students used 3D printers and other materials to create unique and innovative devices that will make life a little easier for special education students.
The April election could make or break the Tahoma School District
The new sidewalk will make 164th Avenue more accessible for the public.
Construction for the beach house at Lake Wilderness Park will start soon.
The Maple Valley Council are currently looking for applicants for the recently opened position.
These bills are intended to improve participation and representation in the Washington elections.
After 37 years with Tahoma, the superintendent will step down from his post
The plans for Jenkins Park are moving along and will be further discussed at the March 27 council meeting.
Nexus Youth and Families came to Maple Valley to help those who need it.
They are in the process of changing the population threshold from 25,000 to 35,000.
His dreams came true with one phone call and a trip to another country.
Community members of Maple Valley came together as a group to be there for those who need a little extra support.