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This week is expected to warm up to the mid-80s. It’s time to beat the heat.
Green River students earning four-year Bachelor of Applied Science degrees in software development, network administration and security, aeronautical science, marketing and entrepreneurship, and forest resource management are now eligible for Washington State's Worker Retraining program.
Six Kent School District fifth-grade teachers are participating in the Washington STEM and Washington MESA Engineering Fellows program.
The city of Kent will receive a $100,000 grant from King County for the Leber Homestead Arsenic Remediation project to clean up contaminated soil within the floodplain and improve both water quality and salmon habitat in the Green River.
The King County Sheriff’s Office rescues a number of residents - including some four-legged residents - stranded in rising waters.