Mark Klaas

State-bound Chargers take aim at district title

Unbeaten Kentridge looks to keep a good thing going

 

KDP honors the best in downtown business, community efforts

The Doorman Service Company’s Stewart receives President’s Award | PHOTOS

 

Open group colors open canvas with message of hope, understanding

Young artists from OKAY! support group paint public mural with help from grant, educator

 

Kentwood’s bumpy season comes to an end

Conquerors drop district playoff to Curtis, turn attention to next season with plenty of returning talent

Kentwood finds its stride for the district playoffs

Conquerors recover from slow start, aim to finish fast

Amazon, partners help show the way, the possibilities

Kent middle school girls test their skills at day-long STEM robotics competition

Royals stumble to Rams, denied a playoff spot

Kent-Meridian starts slow in 38-14 road loss to Mount Rainier

A network, with emphasis

Kent Police, service partners tackling community’s homeless situation

Unbeaten Chargers lighting a fuse

Balanced attack has Kentridge in the hunt for a division title and poised for a deep playoff run

Chargers roll past Trojans for sixth straight victory

Woods, Gonzalez and others power runaway win

Thunderbirds acquire defenseman, draft picks from Kootenay in trade | WHL

The Seattle Thunderbirds have acquired defenseman Loeden Schaufler, a ninth-round selection in the 2019 Bantam Draft and conditional future draft picks from the Kootenay ICE… Continue reading

Chargers outlast Royals, capture division title, playoff berth

Woods, Cordova duel in record-breaking night as Kentridge prevails, 71-51

Reber Ranch earns top business recognition

One of three Kent small companies honored by King County

Kentwood awakens to turn back Auburn Riverside

Conquerors use big plays, ground game to grab first win of the season

Historical river landing markers find safe ground

Volunteers help make monument of Green River’s past possible

Cleanup on Aisle Kent

Man and his litter buggy are busy tidying downtown streets

A Kent pioneer calls it a career

Dr. Sue Hollinsworth, the city’s first female dentist, is retiring after 40 years of practice

Kentlake subdues Auburn in division opener

Falcons fly to 4-0 start; injuries, mistakes hamper Trojans

Trojans zap Royals, retain Taylor Trophy

Auburn storms back after lightning delay to deliver first victory

Kent group persists in effort to bring tax relief to seniors

Dale Brantner’s property tax statement from King County epitomized the Kent man’s frustration. About half of his $5,585.90 tax bill this year supports schools. His… Continue reading