Mark Klaas

KDP turns silver: Downtown organization celebrates 25 years of work

In commemorating its silver anniversary, Kent Downtown Partnership highlighted some golden moments. Like welcoming new businesses, bringing different events and making improvements to a downtown… Continue reading

Fab four: Kentridge seniors sign to play ball

Four Kentridge High senior standouts signed letters of intent to play collegiate sports on Wednesday morning. The foursome – from left, Preston Viltz, Mikey Calllia,… Continue reading

Back in stride: Kent woman beats cancer, realizes goal to run in the New York City Marathon

Ready for a run of a lifetime, Michael-Ann McAboy was abruptly tossed into a race to beat a terrible disease. A sudden diagnosis of breast… Continue reading

Grieving family, friends remember a ‘wonderful spirit’

Community holds vigil for Kent woman who was killed in her East Hill home

Anti-Muslim threat investigated at Kent-Meridian High School

Kent School District administrators are working with Kent Police, American-Islamic group leaders and impacted families in response to threatening anti-Muslim vandalism and slurs found on… Continue reading

STEM program opens young minds of Kent’s middle school students

Tomorrow’s engineers were busy Monday building and programming robotic projects in the Kentridge High School library. It was all part of Girls FIRST, a full-day… Continue reading

Kent attorney honored for his work

The American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys (AIOCLA) has recognized the exceptional performance of Kent criminal law attorney Joshua R. Brumley as one of the… Continue reading

Inslee vows to win fight for climate

Governor visits Green River College in town hall to address state’s environmental concerns

Center of their new world

Hub on East Hill helps show the way for many people

Stars shine in Kent Has Talent finals | PHOTOS

Alix Chappell’s carefully choreographed dance literally took her breath away. It also impressed the judges. The 16-year-old Kentridge High School junior, a Running Start student… Continue reading

Police arrest 30 during illegal street racing patrols in Kent

Targeted emphasis achieves safety, citations and vehicle impounds

Fans, car enthusiasts flock to HAWKtoberfest

Patrick “Seahawk” Duncan insists he’s not a nut, just a passionate fan who enjoys sharing the love of his team with others. Dressed in a… Continue reading

Kentlake defuses Kentridge 38-20 | NPSL football

Swamped at Enumclaw’s Pete’s Pool the previous week, Kentlake regained its stroke and overcame mistake-prone Kentridge 38-20 in a North Puget Sound League Cascade Division… Continue reading

Turf’s up: Knights, Hawks go at it in youth football | PHOTOS

Rivals Kent Knights and Federal Way Hawks tangled in Greater Puget Sound Youth Football League action last Saturday at French Field. The Hawks, behind Jadeon… Continue reading

Newest Dick’s Drive-In coming to Kent | UPDATE

Iconic hamburger chain announced its seventh location – Highway 99, next to Highline College

Taylor-made win

Auburn erupts early, thumps Kent-Meridian to keep series trophy

Reichert announces he will not run in 2018

Seven-term Congressman to step away, devote more time to family

Community pleas for an end to hatred, violence at KBAC program

Young and old took turns to speak out against hate, bigotry and abuse, delivering a loud and clear message heard in the backdrop of a… Continue reading

Kent teen takes Junior Golden Gloves national championship

Fighting bigger, older opponents did little for his record but it had much to do with the shaping of young Nathan Kim into a champion… Continue reading

Swoop to the hoop

Sun comes out for Jim Marsh Classic | PHOTOS