Sarah Brenden

Season ends after tough losses in regionals

Tahoma and Kentlake secured a spot in the 4A baseball state tournament. The season ended May 19 for both the Bears and Falcons when both… Continue reading

 

Board members sought|News and Notes

Board members sought The Black Diamond Community Center is looking for new members to join the center’s Board of Directors. The board meets the second… Continue reading

 

May Madness begins today for Tahoma, Kentwood

The top seven 4A softball teams from the West Central District/Southwest District competing for the title of best in state have been decided. Two of… Continue reading

 

Residential burglary|Police Blotter

FAMILY DISTURBANCE • On May 15 when officers were dispatched to a call, the receiver could hear a verbal argument between a male and female.… Continue reading

Field is set for fall election season

Check out who is running in the area legislative and congressional districts.

Concert this Saturday at Tahoma and more community news

Concert this Saturday at Tahoma The Maple Valley Youth Symphony Orchestra is celebrating American composers with a concert at the new performing arts auditorium at… Continue reading

Council awards winners at dinner

More than 220 guests attended and more than $7,500 was raised for the Kent School District.

Kentwood student caught shoplifting|Police Blotter

The following entries are compiled from police reports from the King County Sheriff’s Office: STOLEN LICENSE PLATES • On May 8 it was reported that… Continue reading

Photos by Kayse Angel

Season ends for Falcons, Conks and Bears|Photo Gallery

Following Tuesday’s loser out, first round West Central/Southwest matches — Kentlake, Kentwood and Tahoma boys soccer seasons came to an end. The Falcons lost 3-2… Continue reading

Photos by Kayse Angel
Tahoma senior Nick Dazell pitches during Tuesday’s 5-4 win over Kentridge. Photo by Kayse Angel

Tahoma heads to district semifinals

The Bears advance. In a district tournament match up against the Kentridge Chargers, Tahoma’s baseball team punched its ticket to the next round winning Tuesday’s… Continue reading

Tahoma senior Nick Dazell pitches during Tuesday’s 5-4 win over Kentridge. Photo by Kayse Angel

Local company wins Master Builders Association award and more community news

Memorial Day festivities at Tahoma National Cemetery The Tahoma National Cemetery is hosting an event Monday, May 28 at 1 p.m. to remember and honor… Continue reading

The following is a picture from Toby Gallier’s blog, Further.

Local man to hike PCT, raising funds for Alzheimer’s Association

He has received $6,545 of his $26,500 goal to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association.

The following is a picture from Toby Gallier’s blog, Further.

Maple Valley sailor serves in Hawaii and more community news

Maple Valley sailor serves in Hawaii Seaman Davis Rinker, 2016 Tahoma graduate, is currently serving in the U.S. Navy aboard the guided-missile destroyer, USS Halsey,… Continue reading

Stolen vehicle at Lake Wilderness|Police Blotter

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES • On April 23 officers were contacted regarding reports the victim had received strange text messages from an unknown number. The police report… Continue reading

World’s largest 6K kicks off May 19 and more community news

School receives recognition Nature Nuts, a nature school in Maple Valley, recently received national accreditation as a Cedarsong Forest Kindergarten. According to a media release,… Continue reading

A voter drops of their ballot at a drop off box in Maple Valley for the November 2017 election. File photo by Kayse Angel

Take two, Tahoma EP&O levy passing

Currently, the TSD levy is passing and the Puget Sound Regional Fire Proposition 1 is failing.

A voter drops of their ballot at a drop off box in Maple Valley for the November 2017 election. File photo by Kayse Angel

Opening day trout derby is this weekend and more community news

Construction artwork More than 30 pieces of artwork were submitted by students throughout the Tahoma School District that will be hung on the construction fence… Continue reading

Koy Saechao, Renton resident, participates in a parkrun event along the Cedar River Trail. Courtesy photo

Local parkrun has seen success

Nearly 1,000 people have participated in this weekly, free 5K.

Koy Saechao, Renton resident, participates in a parkrun event along the Cedar River Trail. Courtesy photo

Don’t get caught celebrating 4/20 while driving

King County Sheriff’s Office Precinct 3 will conduct an impaired driver emphasis tomorrow.

An afternoon with author Sean Smith and more community news

DECA Club receives check The Rotary Club of Kent presented a $500 check to the DECA Club of Kentlake High School April 3. Connor Heindel,… Continue reading