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Students at Emerald Park Elementary discovered the art, expression and athleticism of ballet last week.
The well-travelled, often squeezed and frequently exchanged sock monkey is a reminder of a precious girl and her plight.
Genealogists enjoy a good history puzzle and welcome the research necessary to help uncover the past.
Collecting antiques and other things is part of what Melissa DeSalle is all about.
It's a creative new event, an opportunity to gather and engage the community, a way to honor Martin Luther King Jr. as the nation observes the late civil rights leader's birthday Monday.
A local group is shooting to save the scenic par 3 course at the Riverbend Golf Complex. They are prepared for a political and financial face-off with Kent city officials and potential developers to keep a valley treasure that's dear to the hearts of golfers and duffers, young and old.
The challenges are great, the opportunity to help others even more significant today. Mike Heinisch knows as much.
Kent's enchanting and ever-changing museum is making improvements while offering new exhibits.
A compassionate woman, Kelly Carroll has devoted considerable time to helping others in her community. It's just her nature.
It represents a small step in the Kent community's ambitious plan to address a growing homeless problem.
A Kent veterinarian has gone solar. Dr. Rob McMonigle recently had solar panels installed on the roof of his practice, McMonigle Veterinary Hospital, to help generate renewable power and reduce energy costs.
As a U.S. Army military police officer stationed in Berlin, Germany, Dawn Walsh experienced a part of world history.
City and community leaders came together to celebrate the Kent Lions Club's 75 years of service last Saturday night.
Circumstances and a passion for perfecting home-spun recipes have changed the immediate career course for Anna Kasabyan.
Zhakaysha Garrett vows to shape her community. Her vision is for Kent to one day support and open a multipurpose youth center, something that is important in building a strong bond between active kids and helpful adults.
Matthew Nelson best describes his dad's legendary music and acting career as a series of comebacks.
From his perch atop a small tractor, Tom O'Connell appears at peace as he putters around his family's enduring farm.
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.
Drag racing legend Jerry "The King" Ruth recently returned to the seat of his restored 1969 Top Fuel dragster – but only for a moment.
What began as a small grassroots group with a clear mission has become something bigger in the local community.