Kayse Angel

Fishing boats sit on the shore of Lake Wilderness during the Hooked On Fishing Derby. Photo by Kayse Angel

The 2019 Hooked On Fishing Derby

The derby took place at Lake Wilderness in Maple Valley over the weekend

Fishing boats sit on the shore of Lake Wilderness during the Hooked On Fishing Derby. Photo by Kayse Angel

Maple Valley wood carver creates chainsaw art

Ken Gruenes spends his retired days creating art out of tree stumps with his chainsaw.

Hunter Coffman and his family pose with Stitch in Hawaii. One of Hunter’s dreams was to meet Stitch and it was mad possible because of community support. Submitted photo from Laura Coffman

Hunter’s legacy lives on

Laura and Atom Coffman from Maple Valley started a nonprofit in honor of their son who passed away last year to cancer.

Hunter Coffman and his family pose with Stitch in Hawaii. One of Hunter’s dreams was to meet Stitch and it was mad possible because of community support. Submitted photo from Laura Coffman

Covington receives Tree City USA Award, again

City’s Arbor Day event is April 26

Lake Wilderness Easter Egg Hunt

The egg hunt took place on Saturday, April 20.

File photo of a boat from last year’s Hooked on Fishing Derby. Photo by Kayse Angel

Hooked on Fishing Derby: Preview

The 2019 Hooked on Fishing Opening Day is April 26

File photo of a boat from last year’s Hooked on Fishing Derby. Photo by Kayse Angel
Hitesh Boinpally and Sen. Mark Mullet at STEM Signing Day in Olympia. Submitted photo

Tahoma High student commits to STEM studies at UW

Tahoma student Hitesh Boinpally is one of the nearly 50 students who committed to pursuing STEM careers at the STEM Signing Day on April 12.… Continue reading

Hitesh Boinpally and Sen. Mark Mullet at STEM Signing Day in Olympia. Submitted photo
Jennifer Harjehausen poses with her family next to her new nameplate in Covington City Hall on April 11 during her swearing in. Photo by Kayse Angel

Third time’s the charm for new Covington Council member

Jennifer Harjehausen was chosen to fill Position No. 2 on Covington City Council.

Jennifer Harjehausen poses with her family next to her new nameplate in Covington City Hall on April 11 during her swearing in. Photo by Kayse Angel

Tahoma works to reduce class sizes

Kindergarten to third grade classrooms need to have 15 to 17 students in them

School board gains first student representative

Kentridge senior selected to join Kent School District Board of Directors.

Covington council unanimously appointed new member

Jennifer Harjehausen was chosen to fill position No. 2.

School safety main talking point within Tahoma

Superintendent Tony Giurado discusses steps the district is taking to ensure school safety.

Photo by Kayse Angel 
                                Crockett’s Public House opened its new location in Maple Valley near the new Monarch Apartments in Four Corners.

New dining option opens in Four Corners

Crockett’s opened its doors to the public on March 24 in Maple Valley

Photo by Kayse Angel 
                                Crockett’s Public House opened its new location in Maple Valley near the new Monarch Apartments in Four Corners.
Photos by Kayse Angel

MultiCare urgent care closes this month

The Covington urgent care will be used for specialty care in the future.

Photos by Kayse Angel

Reading to a Rescue

Students read to rescue animals on Saturday, March 30 at the Maple Valley Community Center

Photo by Brain Liesse, 
                                Seattle Thunderbirds 
                                Tyrel Bauer attends Kentwood High School and plays defenseman for the T-Birds.

Local teenager plays for Seattle Thunderbirds

Kentwood student selected by T-Birds in 2017 WHL draft.

Photo by Brain Liesse, 
                                Seattle Thunderbirds 
                                Tyrel Bauer attends Kentwood High School and plays defenseman for the T-Birds.
Matt Kidd. Submitted photo

True strength has no limits

Covington resident Matt Kidd shares his story about kidney disease to help others during National Kidney Month.

Matt Kidd. Submitted photo
Matt Kidd. Submitted photo

True strength has no limits

Covington resident Matt Kidd shares his story about kidney disease to help others during National Kidney Month.

Matt Kidd. Submitted photo

Cellslips help with distracted driving

A Covington police officer is passing out “Cellslips” to drivers he pulls over for distracted driving on their cell phones or other electronic devices.

An infographic explaining different impacts on housing in Covington. Photo pulled from SHKKP website

Council votes to join coalition

The Covington City Council voted to join SHKKP, a coalition dedicated to supporting healthy and affordable housing.

An infographic explaining different impacts on housing in Covington. Photo pulled from SHKKP website