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You’re on the edge of your chair. Curiosity is almost killing you; there’s something you need to know but knowledge may be impossible. Truth may… Continue reading
Ten students from the sister city came to visit Covington last month.
Creative, versatile Brugger to teach Green River College’s first ever how-to animation class this fall
First tooth, first step. Every milestone your baby passed was reason for celebration. First day of school, first home run, you were there, cheerleading. First… Continue reading
Black Diamond’s Labor Day Parade started rolling down state Route 169 Monday morning, complete with the annual appearance of the River Queen, as well as… Continue reading
One of my many amusements this summer has been my mother’s adventures with her new smartphone. Since she gave up her landline, I decided a… Continue reading
The Black Diamond Police Department honored Jack Reich as their Police Chief for a Day.
Two special kids were honored as Chief for a Day by the Covington Police Department and the King County Sheriff’s Department.
In June, I declared to my daughters that once college let out for the summer, I would no longer be doing their laundry. My oldest,… Continue reading
The dream is one you’ll never forget. It’s dark, and scary, and it wakes you with pounding heart and dry mouth, a scream on your… Continue reading
The open house will take place on Sept. 15
Backpack Buddies of Maple Valley got its start in 2016 and has been a success in helping in the Tahoma School District ever since.
Sometimes I hate summer. I love the added light, but when June hits the garden demands my attention, car shows happen, and camping is crammed… Continue reading
Covington hosted its Sausage and Cider Festival on Aug. 18 at the Covington Community Park. There was live music from JT Shank and the Florida… Continue reading
Your favorite superhero was 10 feet tall. Larger than life. Super-sized, right there on the movie screen and that’s just how you like it. There’s… Continue reading
St. George Episcopal Church’s youth group created a pantry that provides free food and hygiene products for those in need.
My Florida friend was visiting a couple weeks ago. She came into town on a Tuesday and on Wednesday I whisked her away to Westport,… Continue reading
Quinton Morris and students reflect on the nonprofit and what’s ahead
Every summer swimmer’s itch occurs in Lake Wilderness, but it is not dangerous and can be treated with home remedies.
The program is free and open to kids of all ages.