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Gold Rush Dancer took a four-length lead to the finish line to win the Longacres Mile.
As a pick-me-up and drop-me-on-my-head bucket of fun, I have been trying…
Distracted driving is the hot topic now with the new state law…
I have always been interested in languages. Since my first Spanish class…
Budget addresses state constitutional obligation to fully fund K-12
Class 4A North Puget Sound League officials announced the all-league high school…
Getting into a pickle is now much easier and more fun in…
The Kentlake High Falcons finished one of its best baseball seasons with…
The ceremony included a B-25 flyover from the Historic Flight Foundation.
It will be a high noon showdown for the Kentlake and Kentwood…
The West Central District baseball tournament dodged rain showers last Saturday and…
A moment of memory fell on me during one of the staff…
Cellphones have become the talk of the town in Washington, D.C. with…
Sen. Joe Fain, Rep. Pat Sullivan and Rep. Mark Hargrove cover wide range of topics.
Kentwood High assistant coach John Rolsma’s phone alarm went off at the…
Chargers beat Glacier Peak 60-46
The Conks will play Union for the championship at 9 p.m. at the Tacoma Dome
Kent ball keeps rolling, Kentridge girls in 4A girls basketball championship final after beating Bellarmine | Update
Kentridge beat Bellarmine 54-41 in the semifinal, will play for state title at Tacoma Dome
Kentwood beat Gonzaga Prep 56-53 in the semifinal game at the Tacoma Dome.
Chargers play Glacier Peak for state title
Rebounding and shooting tell the story of two halves
It was the third time this season the Falcons and Chargers met on hardwood.
A field of 11 thoroughbreds is expected to run in the 81st edition of the Grade 3 Longacres Mile on Sunday at Emerald Downs in Auburn.
The following are the first returns from the Aug. 2 primary election. Election results are updated daily at about 4 p.m. The results will be certified Aug. 16 by the Canvassing Board.
The initial election night results posted on the King County Elections website showed a shortfall for Kent School District bonds and a thumbs up to the Kent Regional Fire Authority benefit charge.
The Oxford English Dictionary announced in June about 500 words have been added to its dictionary.
That darn water. For thousands of years we mostly upright humans have prayed to it, started wars over it, killed people in it and with it, built fancy huts to be close to it and tried to figure out ways to get out of it or get more of it.
I have been thinking a great deal recently about the multiple roles a newspaper plays in a community.
King County voters will see a property tax levy on the April 28 special election ballot seeking funds to replace the county's emergency radio system.
Last week I wrote a story for the Journal of San Juan Islands, and I think I finally found some fans.
Let the Olympia money chase begin. Gov. Jay Inslee recently met with Sound Publishing reporters and editors at the Bellevue Reporter office to discuss the executive branch's 2015-17 budget proposal.
The political playoffs officially have reached the homestretch and a couple of intriguing statements have jumped out at me like dancing mow cow popups on my computer screen.
Spent Sunday watching a Book TV show I recorded on my DVR.
A memorial service was held for Washington State Trooper Tony Radulescu March 1 at the ShoWare Center.
The Kent City Council heard as close to good news as it gets in this economy.
When I left home Tuesday morning the wind was blowing. For most places around the Puget Sound, that is not necessarily a big deal, but in Enumclaw we take notice. The wind really knows how to blow in that town.
A call for a replay of a few legal calls was on the table at the Valley Medical Center Board of Commissioners meeting Monday in Renton.
Mountain View Fire and Rescue firefighters responded to a brush fire near Black Diamond.
Seattle Thunderbirds take on the Kamloops Blazers at the ShoWare Center.
OK, I am in the newspaper business last time I checked. That means I am supposed to write stories and try to tell something resembling the truth.