Heidi Sanders

Kent School District residents to vote on bond measure for second time

After the Kent School District's $252 million bond measure failed by 218 votes in April, district officials ramped up their efforts to make sure voters understand the proposition on the Nov. 8 ballot.

Green River College begins search for next president

The Green River College Board of Trustees on Oct. 20 appointed a 13-member advisory committee to help find the college's next president.

Gators women’s soccer off to fast start with victory over ranked Highline

The Green River College women's soccer team is off to its best start since the program's inception in 1994.

Gov. Inslee visits two Kent schools

On the second day of school last week, kindergartners at Kent's Millennium Elementary School had special visitors.

Green River interim president ready to serve community, students

In his role as Green River College's interim president, Scott Morgan is focused on serving the community and the college's students.

Coming home to the Stars | Pro indoor soccer

Gig Harbor native Megson returns home to play with indoor team.

K-M sports med students intern with T-Birds

A pair of sports medicine students from Kent-Meridian High School had the chance to put their skills to test in the real world during the Seattle Thunderbirds junior hockey team training camp last month.

Kentridge wins NSPL Cascade Division swim and dive title

In the first year of the resurrected 4A North Puget Sound League, Kentridge High School girls swim and dive team captured the Cascade Division title.

Faamausili offers versatility to Kent-Meridian High School volleyball team

Kent-Meridian High School junior Eugena Faamausili comes from a family of volleyball players, so it's no surprise she excels on the court.

Green River College begins search for next president

The Green River College Board of Trustees on Oct. 20 appointed a 13-member advisory committee to help find the college's next president.

Coming home to the Stars | Pro indoor soccer

Gig Harbor native Megson returns home to play with indoor team.

Competitors converge on Lake Meridian for annual triathlon

About 350 athletes swam, biked and ran the Lake Meridian Triathlon last Sunday.

Green River College student fights fires in Eastern Washington

Keith Beasley of Renton started his sophomore year at Green River College on Monday knowing that he had made a difference this summer fighting fires in Eastern Washington.

Dragon boat racers heading Down Under

Five women from the Kent Dragon Boat Association are headed Down Under later this month to compete in the Club Crew World Championships.

Kent-Meridian’s sports medicine program shines

In only its second year, Kent-Meridian High School's sports medicine program is making its mark.

Kentridge swimmer takes first in 100 butterfly at districts

Kentridge's Haley Childress took first place in the 100-yard butterfly at the West Central District III 4A girls swim meet on Saturday at the Curtis Aquatic Center in Tacoma.

Gropp, T-Birds aim for success on the ice | WHL

Ryan Gropp and the Seattle Thunderbirds anticipate big things this season.

First Green River president marvels at college’s growth, success in 50 years

A lot has changed on the Green River College campus since the first time Mel Lindbloom visited the place on Auburn's Lea Hill more than 50 years ago.

Kent School District to construct new TOP building

The Kent School District will spend about $4.8 million on a new building to house The Outreach Program (TOP), which serves 18-to-21-year-old special needs students.

Small homes, big dreams: Green River student building possibilities with tiny houses

When Ryder Patton completes the carpentry program at Green River College in June, he plans to drive the house he's built to Minnesota and live there.