Sarah Brenden

Save the date for community presentation and more community news

Save the date for community presentation R.E.A.D.Y. (Real Emergency Aid Depends on You), a community presentation on behavioral health, mental health and suicide prevention will… Continue reading

 

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Tahoma Bears snap two game losing streak

After losing two in a row, the Tahoma Bears held on Thursday to beat Auburn Riverside 3-0 on the road. Junior Cory Soiseth’s 25 yard… Continue reading

 

Couple charged in death of Renton man

Updated from “Married couple booked into King County Jail for murder of 67-year-old victim”

 

Collection for domestic violence survivors and more community news

4Culture office hours next week The King County Cultural Funding Agency and 4Culture staff will be holding office hours from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.… Continue reading

Man charged with indecent exposure after trail incident

An Auburn man was found roaming around Lake Wilderness without any clothes on.

Arts Council reception coming Oct. 13 and more community news

Arts Council reception coming Oct. 13 The Maple Valley Creative Arts Council is holding its next art reception show from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday,… Continue reading

Workshop helps owners deal with alder trees

Workshop helps owners deal with alder trees A Managing Red Alder workshop will be held Sept. 29 at the Meridian Grange in Kent. The workshop… Continue reading

Project proposals being accepted and more community news

Association seeks volunteers The Alzheimer’s Association is currently looking for local volunteers to facilitate Family Caregiver Support Groups in Enumclaw. These groups provide a place… Continue reading

Planning future editions in today’s newsroom

The struggle between web and print for weekly papers.

Pictured from left to right: Dave Johnson, Parks director, Mark Ratcliff, Recreation manager, Aaron “Gabe” Marienau, lifeguard, Chris Terril, HO Sports, Devin Deyerin, lifeguard, Lucas Adams, lifeguard,- and Karsten Steinmeyer, beach manager. Not pictured: Sierra Clemens. Courtesy photo

Council celebrates lifeguards and more community news

County announces grants for unincorporated projects On Aug. 29 it was announced that $90,000 is available in Community Service Area Program grant funding for a… Continue reading

Pictured from left to right: Dave Johnson, Parks director, Mark Ratcliff, Recreation manager, Aaron “Gabe” Marienau, lifeguard, Chris Terril, HO Sports, Devin Deyerin, lifeguard, Lucas Adams, lifeguard,- and Karsten Steinmeyer, beach manager. Not pictured: Sierra Clemens. Courtesy photo

Friday Night Lights is back in session

Kentlake beats Kentridge in home opener Aug. 31.

Bears football wins season opener

Kentlake, Kentwood set to kick off season tonight.

‘Fantastic Beasts’ kickoff event and more community news

‘Fantastic Beasts’ kickoff event The King County Library System will hold a kickoff event Sept. 1 to celebrate the fall season and a new program… Continue reading

Crewneck wearing, football watchin’ season is back!

My favorite season is upon us, once again. You may be thinking, what season is that? (Almost) fall? Football season? Well, it’s a combination of… Continue reading

Area firefighters were on the scene, beating back a growing brush near Highway 18 on Sunday. COURTESY PHOTO, Puget Sound RFA

Fire crews have left the scene of Highway 18 brush fire

As of 11 a.m. this morning, the fire was completely extinguished.

Area firefighters were on the scene, beating back a growing brush near Highway 18 on Sunday. COURTESY PHOTO, Puget Sound RFA

Covington seeks artists and more community news

Ladies Golf Club tournament results Thirteen golfers participated in the two day Lake Wilderness Ladies Club Captain’s Cup Tournament. Diane Clavin was crowned Captain’s Cup… Continue reading

This map shows the area where the brush fire was burning near the Southeast 256th Street exit on state Route 18. Map courtesy of Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority

UPDATE | Crews are still fighting Highway 18 brush fire

As of Monday evening, the fire was 60 percent contained.

This map shows the area where the brush fire was burning near the Southeast 256th Street exit on state Route 18. Map courtesy of Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority
Courtesy photo Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority.

1900s Maple Valley home burns in early morning fire

Firefighters were called to the scene of a fire around 2:30 a.m. this morning at a more than 100 year old home in Maple Valley.… Continue reading

Courtesy photo Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority.

Robert Morrison enters guilty plea to all charges

The former martial arts studio owner remains in custody. His sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 21.

Photos courtesy the Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority.

Crews work to extinguish brush fire near Covington

The fire was first reported Sunday around 4 p.m. and is currently 10-12 acres in size.

Photos courtesy the Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority.