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Losing a loved one is never an easy to go though alone, so finding someone who has gone through the same experience helps a lot.… Continue reading
Their friendship started in fourth grade when they had no idea they were neighbors. Now, about seven years later, these two girls are like two… Continue reading
Being a quarterback runs in Justin Seiber’s family. “My dad played quarterback in high school,” the Kentwood High School senior said. “My uncle played quarterback.… Continue reading
The Enumclaw High School Boys Water Polo Team improved their record to 2-0 with a 23-13 over Kentwood on Thursday, Sept. 14 at the Enumclaw… Continue reading
Her dreams of becoming a professional dancer all started when she saw her siblings as amazing dancers, and now she is living the dream. Kayla… Continue reading
The Tahoma High School Bears played against the Kentridge High School Chargers. The teams were very evenly matched, making the game an intense one to… Continue reading
Castan Sommer has joined the Seattle Thunderbirds junior hockey team as an assistant coach.
Renton’s Jimmy Shane in the U-1 Miss HomeStreet and Andrew Tate in the U-9 Les Schwab Tires battled side-by-side through the final lap of a… Continue reading
Trainer Frank Lucarelli and owners Roy and Ellie Schaefer hope to be smiling in the winner’s circle.
On July 8 and 9 polo players from all over Washington, Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia competed in the Pacific Northwest Governor’s Cup. The event… Continue reading
Riding dirt bikes takes a lot of practice and skill. It involves great balance, speed and agility. To make it far in the sport, it… Continue reading
Three Kentwood High School boys soccer players have been named to the Washington State Soccer Coaches Association All-State teams. Midfielders junior Manav Gill and senior… Continue reading
The Kent Storm Special Olympics team recently wrapped up its 10th year with a banquet at Azteca Mexican Restaurant in Kent. The team has 34… Continue reading
Mach One Rules collared a loose on the lead Prime Engine late and scored a three-quarter-length victory Sunday in the $50,000 Budweiser Stakes for 3-year-olds… Continue reading
Getting into a pickle is now much easier and more fun in Kent.
As the school year come to a close, the spring sports 4A North Puget Sound League announced the All League selections for baseball, fastpitch and… Continue reading
Seventh- and eighth-graders from the Kent and Tahoma school districts competed in track and field events at the conference championship meet June 6-7 at French… Continue reading
There is a new disc golf course for youths, adults and families to enjoy in Maple Valley.
It all started in elementary school when she realized she was much faster than all the other kids in her class. Tierra Wilson, 18, is… Continue reading
The girls took home three gold medals, four silvers and three bronze.