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Nathanael Junkin, a student in Covington, recreated a missing piece of the Covington Community Park’s gate with his 3D printer.
Researchers at the Woodland Park Zoo have been examining otter scat to measure the amount of pollutants in the Duwamish River, along with other parts of Washington.
Maple Valley Fire and Life Safety agreed to a 20-year contract to join services with the Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority.
During the Maple Valley Days parade on Saturday, groups from all over the community continued down Witte Road with a smile on their face despite the rain.
The Kentwood High Choir students performed May 25 at Carnegie Hall in New York.
New pavilion at Covington Community Park to be named after Councilwoman Margaret Harto.
The new superintendent will start his time at the Tahoma School District this summer.
Benicio Bryant, a local teen, went to Germany to compete on The Voice Kids and became a crowd favorite.
Nine kids from Summit Gymnastics went to the USA Gymnastics Regional Championships.
Maple Valley City Manager Laura Philpot participated in the Ironman Triathlon, which consists of swimming, running and biking a total of 140.6 miles.
The meeting is to discuss potential changes to the golf course and is open to community members.
Kentwood teacher Elena Stowell tells inspiring story about a jiu-jitsu fighter with no arms.
Cecile has been cheerleading for years, but has to put that part of her life on hold for now.
The Maple Valley City Council honored two national recognition weeks and dedicated a day to a local singer.
The new council member will be sworn in on May 14
Blake Robison has a rare genetic disease that affects about 31 kids per year, according to his mom, Emily Robison.
Local Tahoma Elementary School students made blankets for the local heroes of Maple Valley.
The man was saved thanks to the fast acting bystanders and employees.
Maple Valley gave three legislators that have worked with the city for years keys to the city to honor their hard work.
King County will handle landmarking for the city, which could save money.