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Cedar Heights Middle School is the home to the Black Diamond-Covington-Maple Valley Relay for Life
The hit and run happened around 7 p.m. Sunday on SB I-405 near SR 167 in Renton.
March 17 will mark the one year anniversary since Imbibe Bottle House and Taproom opened
On Friday, Maj. Greg Thomas was chosen to lead the King County Sheriff’s Office southeast precinct in Maple Valley
Maj. Greg Thomas has been working with the Sheriff’s Office for more than 30 years
The King County Sheriff’s Office is looking for female victims that may…
Spring sports kicked off its season this week with the first days of practice
The Washington State Patrol sent out a media release today looking for…
For the third time this month, the Kentwood boys and Federal Way…
The Kentlake Falcons girls basketball winning ways continued Saturday during a regional…
The Kentwood Conquerors have beaten the defending 4A state champions Federal WayEagles
The bond for park and recreation facility improvements appears to have failed for a second time
Starting tomorrow, Tuesday, Feb. 21 through Feb. 24 a two block section…
The city of Maple Valley had Proposition No. 1, a bond for…
For one Tahoma girls basketball star, a three pointer will not be forgotten any time soon
Maple Valley Fire and Life Safety responded Thursday to reports of a mudslide that caused two homes to slide down a hill.
In February, city leaders will attend the Association of Washington Cities Legislative Action Days
Deputies from Covington and Maple Valley were honored in mid-December for their work in the field.
The WIAA released its first Ratings Percentage Index standings for boys and girls basketball.
Local students make dean’s list, Covington Police Chief to be honored, learn how to keep college affordable and more happening around town | Community News and Notes
Black Diamond and Covington students named to the Eastern Oregon University’s dean’s list
Six to eight mile an hour winds are expected through Wednesday morning
The Reporter is taking a look at the beginning of the 2016-2017 winter sports.
Relay for Life kickoff, open space discussion and a fireworks ban happening around town | Community News and Notes
Firework ban is in effect for Maple Valley On Dec.15 a fireworks…
An unknown suspect used scissors to puncture three out of four tires on the victim’s vehicle.
The Tahoma Bears gymnastics team went to a meet against the Ravens, Kentwood and Thomas Jefferson.
The following police blotter entries were provided by the King County Sheriff’s Office.
The Kentlake girls are undefeated and leading the North Puget Sound League 4A Cascade division.
The city looks to operate on a $55 million budget next year.
This month’s page includes creative ways to use leftovers.
Auburn graduate, Covington resident named new coach of the Bears
The first season of high school sports is nearly over and a number of Kentwood, Kentlake and Tahoma student athletes were named to the North Puget Sound League Cascade division all-league teams.
On Nov. 10 Kentwood senior cheerleader Alexia Thomas was named the CenturyLink High School Athlete of the Week.
November is Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness and Family Caregiver Month
Due to the holiday Republic Services, Waste Management will delay garabge collection this week by a day.
The King County Sheriff’s Office will conduct its second emphasis patrol in two months.
Mentors will work with members of the city youth council
On Nov. 11, many gathered at the cemetery for a celebration of our veterans.
Handheld pedestrian flags were installed Nov. 10 near Kentwood High School.
This week’s news and notes feature a correction as well as a number of different fundraising events happening around town.
The King County Sheriff’s Office late Thursday released the sketch of one suspect.
Post season play begins tonight when Tahoma hosts Kentwood