Mark Klaas

Faith over fear

Community comes together to urge unity, condemn shooting of Sikh man | PHOTOS

Nonprofits team up to offer heart screenings

David Finlayson was healthy and strong, a natural leader, skilled as an infantry assaultman in the Marine Corps. “He never missed his target,” said his… Continue reading

Kent woman prepares to go the distance

Kentwood grad, UW student to bicycle across the country for worthy cause

Stayin Alive! Dance for Heart

Kentridge entertainers raise $5,000 for AHA

Inslee visits Islamic center, delivers message of hope and understanding

Muslim community thanks governor for his fight against Trump’s executive order on immigration

‘Buckets’ thrills as marksman, showman

Harlem Globetrotters return with World Tour high jinks

Special night: Kent’s Haggin captures Miss Auburn crown | Photos

Song and dance bring out the best in Heather Haggin. Stepping to the music of Jason Mraz’s “I Won’t Give Up,” the 22-year-old Kent woman… Continue reading

All charged up | 4A girls basketball

Kentridge runs away from Kentlake, snags co-lead in NPSL Cascade Division

Volunteers buddy up to beat child hunger

Rotarians spur effort to bring food relief to students away from school

Kent couple embrace the splendor of Cuba

Cuba carries a certain fascination with Phil and Marie Heft. So much so that the Kent couple, retired educators, recently took an intriguing two-week trip… Continue reading

Singalong ushers in the new year

Nancy Stewart, a Seattle-based children’s singer-songwriter, performed for families during her Welcome to Happy Noon Year Singing Celebration at the Kent Library last Saturday. Stewart… Continue reading

Preparing future generations | 2016 Persons of the Year

Hamadas teaching commitment, hard work in and out of the ring

UW team brings science to life for Mill Creek Middle School students

Science is golden at one Kent middle school, where top researchers and physicians occasionally visit to present an intriguing episode of show and tell. The… Continue reading

Toymaker to distribute gifts t0 children

For nine years, Vern Heinle has carved and shaped wood into durable, practical toys reminiscent of yesterday to distribute to underprivileged children of today through… Continue reading

No longer forgotten

After 95 years, Civil War veteran and his wife are laid to rest | PHOTOS

Holiday rush

Roach repeats as Kent’s 10K winner

Show of heart

Willow’s Place Hope for Families takes in donations for those in need

Honoring a forgotten Civil War veteran

Kent couple work to give Pvt. Powers, who died 95 years ago, his due: a proper military burial

Penguins migrate to Kent as temporary art landmark

Creators lease seabirds to KDP for a year