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The city hosted the ribbon cutting ceremony for the beach house at Lake Wilderness Park.
Every summer swimmer’s itch occurs in Lake Wilderness, but it is not dangerous and can be treated with home remedies.
The program is free and open to kids of all ages.
The King County Council gave $1,000 to a We the People program at Tahoma High.
The Covington Quilters Guild is a non-profit that provides quilts for children and adults with different adversities.
With the weather getting hotter, it becomes even more dangerous to keep your animal in a car.
The city launched a new program on their website that allows community members to take a look at an easy-to-read breakdown of the budget.
The annual Covington Days event kicked off last weekend with a parade and then fun-filled activities for the rest of the weekend.
Jennifer Harjehausen was honored at Citizen of the Year during the July 10 council meeting. She has been living in Covington for about 14 years and loves volunteering in it.
Justin Olds and Miguel McCoy, both of Maple Valley, participated in the 2018 Special Olympics and both won gold medals.
Kids from all over came to Maple Valley to enjoy Kids’ Festival on July 14.
The non-profit, Valley Girls and Guys! are hosting a cancer awareness and donation walk in Maple Valley next year.
Dylan McDonald, 15, created his own online T-shirt company to spread his motto — RyseUp.
During the July 9 meeting, the Maple Valley City Council approved the funds to start building Summit Park.
The Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority is hosting their third Summer Fire School for high school students.
The city is looking for a pros and cons committee to write pamphlet statements in favor and in opposition of the ballot measure.
The celebration will be held at Lake Wilderness park. Fireworks will be set off at 10 p.m. sharp.
“Covington Connects,” in theory, will make it easier for residents to submit issues they notice around the city.
Maple Valley hosted their annual Bike challenge and safety rodeo to promote healthy living and to educate the community on bike safety.
Gabriella Sciuchetti, of Covington, started her college career at the age of 14, majoring in aerospace and astrospace engineering.