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Salome Molia, an eighth-grader at Mill Creek Middle School, hopes to be the first in her family to earn a four-year college degree.
Juniors and seniors in the Kent School District will have a new option to earn college credit starting this fall. The district will partner with Central Washington University to offer college classes in high school classrooms.
In his first month on the job, Kent School District Superintendent Calvin Watts is establishing ties in the community and setting goals.
Green River College administrators have identified 11 programs that could be eliminated in an effort to close an up to $4.5 million budget deficit.
For Kentridge High junior Tanner Conner, success in track and field is in his blood.
As a part of Green River College's 50th anniversary celebration, the campus community gathered Thursday to look back on the college's past.
Thirty-one dogs and a miniature horse strolled the streets of downtown Kent last Saturday during the Kent Downtown Partnership's Pampered Pet Walk.
With hopes of bringing theater culture to Kent, Logan Ellis, a Kent-Meridian High School graduate, and several friends and classmates started a production company in 2011.
Congressman Adam Smith, D-Renton, visited Emerald Park Elementary on Kent’s East Hill last Friday to see first-hand the school’s implementation of social-emotional learning (SEL).
Two Green River College programs will be shut down in a cost-saving effort, and more cuts could follow as the college faces a $2.5 million to $3.5 million budget deficit.
Students at Mill Creek Middle School now a have a safe place to hang out after class.
Hundreds of Kent-Meridian High School students, staff and community members gathered last Friday to remember Lupo Benson with a candlelight vigil at French Field, where Benson had spent much time practicing and playing football for the Royals.
It was a tearful reunion last week when Kathleen Evans met the 13-year-old Kent boy who saved her life.
One of four Green River College programs on the chopping block for potential elimination has been spared.
The Kent School District's annual Technology Expo will draw visitors from throughout the country and the world this year.
For the past 44 years, Carol Calbom and Susan Stroomer have taught together in the Kent School District, including job sharing for 25 years.
More than 50 teachers packed the Kent School Board meeting last week to implore the district to do more to provide a safe environment for students and staff.
For former Kentwood High School girl's basketball star Kylie Huerta, playing for the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters was beyond her wildest dreams.
Hundreds of students and faculty members marched around Green River College's main campus in Auburn on Friday morning and took part in a silent protest in front of the Administration Building to express concerns about a controversial program prioritization process and school leadership.
Kentwood High School girls soccer hosted Eastlake High School at French Field on Saturday for the seventh annual Kicks for a Cure benefit match.