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Katrina Montgomery was appointed to fill Bill Clausmeyer’s position.
The snow days will be made up in various ways, including adding 20 minutes to each school day.
Military training lends to local veteran’s business acumen in carpet cleaning business.
Donors help bring reflection room - place of healing mind, body and soul - to Multicare.
The changes in speed will only affect specific areas of Maple Valley.
The Kentlake Drama Club gained a new director and are in the process of rehearsing “Mamma Mia.”
His death was unexpected.
The lower property taxes could mean issues for the Tahoma School District
Due to snow and unpredictable weather, crews in Maple Valley and Covington worked day and night to keep roads safe.
The idea was to make food more accessible to those who needed it.
Alaska N Dumplings is a newer restaurant in Maple Valley that serves Russian dumplings.
The school district announced Thursday, schools would remain closed due to weather conditions.
King County Council Member Reagan Dunn sent a letter to DPER requesting it be extended.
Youth in Covington are gaining a voice
Licensing your pet is one of the best ways to ensure lost pets make it back home. According to RASKC, only around 30 percent of pets in the Maple Valley, Covington and Black Diamond area are licenced.
The Covington Police Department hosted its first Cookie With a Cop event on Jan. 30
The grant is called Best Starts for Kids
Because of the amount of deadly car accidents that occur on Highway 18, multiple cities and groups came together to advocate to widen the highway to make it safer.
A Maple Valley woman has started a Facebook group specifically for people who are trying to go zero waste in the Maple Valley area.
The goal is to loan out musical instruments to districts, that way every kid has a chance to play an instrument, even if they can’t afford it.