- Print Editions
- Home Delivery
- About Us
A man of faith and compassion, Terry Pallas naturally extends a hand to help the homeless.
Music brings out the best in Candy Chang, and helping others is her favorite tune. An outstanding student and poised musician, the 18-year-old Kent woman is comfortable on stage. She also feels right at home in making a difference in her community.
Circumstances and a passion for perfecting home-spun recipes have changed the immediate career course for Anna Kasabyan.
Martina Akumdi Lekwauwa genuinely helps others. It's just her nature, her personality as a longtime nurse and midwife – a career that began in her native Nigeria where she cared for the poor and disadvantaged and continued, most recently, with the Seattle & King County Public Health Department serving Seattle's High Point housing community.
It began as a jingle and wound up being the impetus for a children's Christian book series.
Skilled in the courtroom, Mark Prothero was also generous to the community in which he lived.
Hard work and perseverance have brought good things to Elvia Flores and her classmates.
New things continue to happen at Kent's Verity Lodge No. 59, one of state's earliest organizations devoted to the philosophical origins and teachings of Freemasonry.
Mark Prothero – prominent criminal defense attorney, civic leader, community volunteer and coach – passed away early Saturday morning at his Kent home with family at his side.
As far as Kent mayoral candidate Dana Ralph is concerned, the diverse crowd of well wishers who came to her official campaign kickoff event Thursday represents a foundation, the start of something big.
You should always listen to your mother. And Dana Ralph knows better.
Michael Tolleson has discovered more places, people and possibilities through his spontaneously created art.
Bringing art to historic downtown; autistic savant artist welcomes possibilities with centralized gallery
Globally renowned for his work, local artist Michael Tolleson wants to be more recognized in Kent.
Not all things have come naturally to Emmanuel Daigbe.
Linda Mentzel was determined to be there for her mom – in celebration.
A lingering strike is taking its toll on 85 Davis Wire mill employees in Kent and their families who joined labor and religious leaders and elected officials to voice their dismay with the impasse at an emotional community rally Tuesday.
James Roach had passed this way before. Only this time, he ran freely and in front of the crowd Saturday.
He's a big kid at heart, a modern day Mister Geppetto who brings joy to children with the simplest of creations.
A historic Kent neighborhood has become a registered landmark, the first of its kind in South King County.
Far off though he was, the young sailor witnessed the ebb and flow of monumental, bloody battles, as American amphibious forces landed on enemy-occupied islands in the Pacific theater of World War II.