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Students, faculty and community members packed the Green River College Board of Trustees meeting Thursday with concerns about potential program cuts and lack of communication from college leaders.
Community Events, May 2015
War beat up Scot Pondelick inside and out. From his ligament-torn ankles to his separated shoulders, he hurts all the time. He has degenerative disc disease, and walks gingerly with a cane.
Just two days before Kent Police responded to a suspicious death and found Ismail S.A. Mohamed dead, naked and with head injuries outside on a Kent hotel parking lot, his sister and parents had tried to convince a Yakima mental health treatment facility and a judge to keep him in custody for treatment.
City leaders and residents celebrated Kent's 125th anniversary during a reception at City Hall on Tuesday.
The Valley Regional Fire Authority and the Kent Fire Department have joined an effort with other agencies to better safeguard children from falling from upper story windows.