Mark Klaas

The new $3.3 million Kent Panther Lake Library attracted a crowd Saturday when it officially opened. MARK KLAAS, Kent Reporter

Golden milestone: KCLS opens 50th library

Full-service Kent Panther Lake Library fills vital need on East Hill

 

Kent welcomes new way to improve foster care community

The Mockingbird Society swoops in with an innovative plan based on locally led collaboration.

 

Mayor vows change, wants to share a vision for Kent

Ralph sees more growth, opportunities in the city as the economy perks along

 

Comedy right at home

Jeff Dye returns to Kent to perform with a festival lineup of laughter at ShoWare

Tackling the next challenge

Auburn’s Shelton comes home to embrace the community as a Super Bowl champion, now free agent

Chargers respond to take third at state

Kentridge pulls away from Bellarmine Prep, 70-60

Lowry’s legacy: helping those in need

Family of former governor establishes Fund to End Homelessness; Kent agencies awarded for their work

Chargers bolt to state

Kentridge runs away from Mariner to reach the 4A Hardwood Classic for the first time since 2014

Kentridge rolls to victory, eyes the big prize

Tall tandem, full-court pressure fuel runaway win

Royal ending: Kent-Meridian’s Tuifua repeats as state champion

Sophomore avenges her only loss; Kentwood’s Sanford, Long come up with silver

Community rallies for JaMar

School principal under investigation for allegedly locking out autistic student

Woman blazes a trail for dogs

Longtime trainer devotes lifetime to the sport of agility dogs, earning a spot in the hall of fame

Kentridge comes up short to Woodinville in overtime, 72-71

Rematch: Falcons rally to overcome Chargers in a battle of girls basketball powers | PHOTOS

Responding to a cry for help

United Way of King County’s Family Resource Exchange serves hundreds of homeless at Green River College

Sky’s the limit

Growing aerospace companies recruit, compete for workers at job fair

Show of heart for art and design

Kent man to be honored as winner of worldwide illustrating contest

Hub of positive change

Criminal investigator trains tomorrow’s bike mechanics in converted downtown Kent shop

Kent School Board approves plans for independent performance audit of the district

Audit will look at financial transactions, policies and procedures made during the past six school years

Underserved youth get in tune with RAP

Nonprofit organization tries to make a difference in the lives of at-risk kids and their struggling families

New head coach lighting the Chargers’ fuse

McDowell gets the call to lead fully loaded Kentridge to another run at the state playoffs