Sarah Brenden

Covington mayor re-elected to association board and more community news

Covington mayor re-elected to association board Covington Mayor Jeff Wagner was reelected to the Board of Directors of the Sound Cities Association. The association represents… Continue reading

 

Junior guard Alphonse Oywak goes up for a basket during the second half of the loser out game Wednesday. Photo by Sarah Brenden

Conks season ends with district loss

With a break in the winter weather Wednesday, the Kentwood Conquerors and Sumner Spartans were able to face off in a loser out game. Sumner… Continue reading

 

Tahoma, Kent announce closures for Feb. 14

As crews continue to work, both districts announced classes will be canceled tomorrow.

 

Maple Valley man dies due to weather conditions

The King County Medical Examiner’s Office as of Feb. 12 confirmed three deaths caused by hypothermia during the recent weather conditions.

Russell Wilson and Ciara unveil the limited edition King County System Library cards that feature them and their dreams Friday at the Tukwila Library. The new library cards coincide with the newly launched DREAM BIG: Anything is Possible campaign. Courtesy photo by Why Not You Foundation

New teen campaign, DREAM BIG, kicked off Friday

Russell Wilson and Ciara were on hand to unveil limited edition library cards featuring the duo.

Russell Wilson and Ciara unveil the limited edition King County System Library cards that feature them and their dreams Friday at the Tukwila Library. The new library cards coincide with the newly launched DREAM BIG: Anything is Possible campaign. Courtesy photo by Why Not You Foundation

Scholarships awarded and more community news

Scholarships awarded Three Tahoma students — Justin Freeman, Sophia Heinz and Jonathan Zosel — were awarded Pacific Lutheran University’s President’s Scholarship worth $26,000 a year.… Continue reading

The Covington Aquatic Center along with many other businesses, schools and services have been canceled or suspended due to the weather. Photo courtesy city of Covington’s Facebook page

Known closures throughout the area at this time

Due to weather conditions throughout the Pacific Northwest today, a number of local services have closed. Below is a list of closures known at this… Continue reading

The Covington Aquatic Center along with many other businesses, schools and services have been canceled or suspended due to the weather. Photo courtesy city of Covington’s Facebook page

County trail project on hold and more community news

County trail project on hold The King County Parks department announced the Green to Cedar Rivers Trail North project has been put on hold pending… Continue reading

The search is on and more community news

The search is on The Black Diamond Community Center is looking for new board members. The board meets the second Monday of each month from… Continue reading

Photos by Sarah Brenden

Conks snap two game lose streak

Kentwood boys basketball beat Davis at the King Showcase Monday.

Photos by Sarah Brenden

City selects new firm to manage golf course

As of Jan. 1, 2019, CourseCo took over duties at the course from the previous management company, Premier Golf Centers.

Informational workshops began this week and more community news

Informational workshops began this week King County is hosting three free workshops for prospective applicants to learn more about the WaterWorks Grant Program. The workshops… Continue reading

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Bears lose to No. 2 Hazen Highlanders

The Tahoma Bears girls basketball team fell to Hazen Jan. 4 on the road. The loss is the Bears fourth in a row. The girls… Continue reading

Photos from the Jan. 4 game by Sarah Brenden

Improved services coming to unincorporated King County and more community news

Improved services coming to unincorporated King County On Jan. 4 King County announced the 250,000 residents and businesses in unincorporated King County now has its… Continue reading

Two injured during early morning incident Tuesday

The collision on state Route 18 involved a 21 year old from Maple Valley.

Tahoma grad graduates basic training and more community news

Tahoma grad graduates basic training U.S. Air Force Airman Jason Wonio graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in Texas. He completed… Continue reading

Female shot and killed by male suspect in Covington

Detectives located the male suspect who appeared to have died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

During his senior year at Tahoma Amandre Williams threw for 3,235 yards for 29 touchdowns. Reporter File Photo

Williams to transfer from UW to Montana State

The Reporter first announced now-Tahoma graduate Amandre William’s intentions to play collegiate football at the University of Washington in August 2015. And after three seasons… Continue reading

During his senior year at Tahoma Amandre Williams threw for 3,235 yards for 29 touchdowns. Reporter File Photo
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                                Councilmember Reagan Dunn poses with Vine Maple Place staff members after delivering the keys to a retired Metro van.

Dunn delivers retired Metro van to nonprofit and more community news

Dunn delivers retired Metro van to nonprofit King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn recently delivered a retired Metro van to Vine Maple Place. The nonprofit serving… Continue reading

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                                Councilmember Reagan Dunn poses with Vine Maple Place staff members after delivering the keys to a retired Metro van.
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                                Charlotte Sweeney and Music Buddy, Joseph Clift, are seen here trying out an accordion.

Maple Valley holiday concert is Dec. 14 and more community news

Maple Valley holiday concert is Dec. 14 The Maple Valley Youth Symphony Orchestra will be hosting its holiday concert at Kentlake High School at 7… Continue reading

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                                Charlotte Sweeney and Music Buddy, Joseph Clift, are seen here trying out an accordion.