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Coming home to the Stars | Pro indoor soccer

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

Coming home to the Stars | Pro indoor soccer

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Gov. Inslee visits two Kent schools

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

Kent School District, teachers agree to one-year contract

Kent School District teachers started school last week with a one-year contract instead of the usual multiyear agreement in place.

New TOP building opens to serve special needs students

Students in the Kent School District's The Outreach Program (TOP) start classes Monday in a new, larger facility constructed to better serve the 18-to-21-year-old special needs students in the program.

Rock camp empowers girls in South King County

Rain City Rock Camp for Girls hosted 22 campers for its inaugural South Sound Rocks! last month.

Kent woman honors sister while raising funds, awareness for lung cancer research

When Terri (Mclaughlin) Stanik was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2012, it came as a surprise.

Kent School District staff gears up for new school year with pep rally | SLIDESHOW

The Kent School District hosted its second annual back-to-school pep rally for staff on Tuesday at French Field.

Kentridge’s Nickerson sets high goals | Prep football preview

Chris Nickerson has high hopes for his senior football season at Kentridge High School and beyond.

Parents, state file motions to intervene in charter school lawsuit

Twelve families, representing Washington's eight public charter schools – including Excel Public Charter School in Kent – as well the Washington State Charter Schools Association, filed a collective motion last week to intervene in a recently filed lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the schools.

Being a part of the Royal family: K-M aims for strong season | Prep football preview

For Kent-Meridian High School quarterback Ben Woods and his fellow senior teammates, it's a bittersweet beginning to their last season of high school football.

Local leaders host chats to engage residents

A group of local leaders aims to get residents in South King County more engaged through a series of community events.