Mark Klaas

Royals look to make some noise in NPSL play | Boys basketball

Hall, Fuentes lead retooled lineup for Kent-Meridian

Stars come out

Poet, singers, dancers shine in Kent Has Talent program

Sprucing up a park for others to enjoy

Kent crew, volunteers converge to celebrate Arbor Day, fall style

Reaching out to help the homeless

Sleepless in Seattle program offering care packages for those in need

Kent-Meridian High School students walk out in protest of President-elect Trump

Group says Republican poses a threat to his own country

Nov. 11, 2016 Poll

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  • Nov 15, 2016

Taking a closer look at concusssions and sports safety

Kent School District and 710 ESPN Seattle Radio to host town hall on Tuesday, Nov. 15

Election 2016: Last-minute voters deliver ballots on decision day

On a spring-like afternoon, Ryan Mann enjoyed the task of collecting ballots as streams of motorists drove up to the curbside ballot dropbox at the Regional Justice Center in Kent.

Candidates expand on issues as election looms

Local candidates, including familiar personalities who occupy seats in the state House of Representatives, agreed on many issues during a two-hour forum Oct. 19 at Kent Commons.

Conks KO’d in district playoffs | Prep football

Eastlake rolls past Kentwood, ending NPSL Cascade Division champion’s season

ReLeaf effort: volunteers work to restore growth at park | SLIDESHOW

An energetic force of 60 volunteers, young and old, invaded Clark Lake Park on a clear mission under cloudy skies last Saturday morning.

Candidates expand on issues as election looms

Local candidates, including familiar personalities who occupy seats in the state House of Representatives, agreed on many issues during a two-hour forum Oct. 19 at Kent Commons.

Kent-based Mist return stronger, better | Lingerie Football League slide show

An arts student with an eye for fashion, Melissa Bernasconi knows a certain look can bring beauty and style. But looks can be deceiving, especially when you strap on a helmet, don shoulder pads, apply eye black and carry an attitude.

Former opera singer, now priest, creates Narnia adventure for Kent community

Church, theater and music can work together to make a difference in people's lives.

Community loses a good man, dear friend

Dave Watson was a kind and generous man who gave much of himself for the betterment of others.

Local group to save par 3 vows to keep swinging | Klaas

A local group is shooting to save the scenic par 3 course at the Riverbend Golf Complex. They are prepared for a political and financial face-off with Kent city officials and potential developers to keep a valley treasure that's dear to the hearts of golfers and duffers, young and old.

Rarmal crowned Miss Cornucopia

Even if dragon boats are a part of Mithula Rarmal's culture, she has never been near one of the elegant vessels.

Kentwood turns away Kent-Meridian to capture division title | 4A SPSL football

For Mike Bush and the Kentwood football program, it was familiar territory.

A deadly lesson for Kent drivers; Gift of Life brings awareness to drinking and driving

The students were actors, the scene a mock two-car traffic collision, the result of a street race gone terribly bad.

Kent Cornucopia Days are here

It's a longstanding tradition, a festival like no other in the area that brings out the best in Kent while supporting many nonprofit organizations.