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Three vehicles go over an embankment near Kent, Auburn

One person sustains minor injuries; four people escape injury

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Woman, 42, dies in Tukwila car crash along West Valley Highway | Update

Vehicle collides with box truck on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 5; woman from Federal Way

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Celebration of life service set for Kent teacher Gail Gese

March 4 at Sunset Bible Church in University Place; taught at Cedar Heights Middle School

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Powerball $754 million winner bought ticket at Auburn Fred Meyer

Winner has not yet come forward; fifth largest payout in game’s history

The DESC Crisis Solutions Center, 1600 South Lane St., is the region’s only voluntary crisis facility resource. Courtesy photo

King County voters to decide on $1.25 billion mental health levy

The proposal includes a robust investment in the region’s mental health care infrastructure.

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Commercial Press Operator Job- Goss U70 [Night or Day shift!]

Sound Publishing is searching for Coldset Web Press Operator professionals in Washington State to run our computer-controlled Goss/Manroland Universal 70… Continue reading

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This photo, shared by Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell on Twitter, shows officers working at the Feb. 4 gun buy-back event in Federal Way.

Federal Way gun buy-back event nets 190 no-longer-wanted firearms

Goal to reduce the number of guns in the hands of people who don’t want or shouldn’t have them.

Bed, Bath & Beyond has closed its store at The Outlet Collection in Auburn after 27 years. ROBERT WHALE, Sound Publishing
Allan Thomas, former Drainage District 5 commissioner and Enumclaw dairy farmer, walks away from the Western District of Washington federal courthouse in Seattle. He was sentenced Feb. 3 to 2.5 years in prison for his part in stealing more than $460,000 in taxes from locals. Photo by Ray Miller-Still, Sound Publishing

Enumclaw’s Allan Thomas gets 2.5 years in prison for tax fraud scheme

Former Drainage District 5 commissioner and his wife were convicted of stealing more than $460,000

Dani Rice was paralyzed in a routine medical procedure: “Now thanks to WA Cares, we have more options. We both put in a little from our paychecks now, and WA Cares will pay for a home care aide, when we need one.”

You Never Know What Will Happen. WA Cares Gives Peace of Mind.

Chances are you or someone you love has experienced what it’s like to be a caregiver while juggling life’s bills Continue reading...

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Airways Brewing in Kent to expand patio at The Beer & Bistro Garden

Heated covering, second kitchen to be completed in June

 

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Photos by Robert Whale, Auburn Reporter
Colie Brooks at work learning how to integrate wing flaps into her landing procedure on a simulator at the GRC Aviation Center.

Careers take flight at Green River College’s aviation program

For much of the flight from the Renton Airport over South King County and back early Friday afternoon, Jan. 27, Continue reading...

 

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For every vote to count, Kent needs district-based elections | Guest column

By Mónica Mendoza-Castrejón Guest Column If you’re a community member here in Kent who’s thinking of running for public office, Continue reading...

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