Mark Klaas

Pertinent play, a ‘very human’ story hits local stage

In ‘Alma,’ Theatre Battery shares a new tale of an undocumented family in the U.S.

A place that takes one back

Farm, barn and distillery thrive in a vintage style and setting

Kent teachers vote to authorize strike before start of school if agreement cannot be reached

Union, district agree to mediation as negotiations continue over a better pay scale

Kent teachers rally for better pay as negotiations reach critical stage | Update

Union, district gather in last planned bargaining session; talks bring no resolution; strike remains a possibility

Celebrating Juneteenth in the park

Community comes together to celebrate African-American freedom, honor late KBAC member and hear a comeback story

Remembering, honoring Kent’s fallen hero

Police, city leaders, family, supporters gather to remember Officer Diego Moreno, who was killed in the line of duty

Crews break ground on Kent’s new YMCA

Collaborative project viewed by many as historical, creative

Students getting a hands-on opportunity, a real-life look

MultiCare’s annual Nurse Camp inspires future medical professionals

Plett crowned Miss Cornucopia

Kentwood honors student earns $3,000 scholarship from Kent Lions

Being bold, being heard

UTOPIA Seattle working to enhance the lives of queer and trans people in the area

Kentridge athletic director unexpectedly passes away at age 57

Eric Anderson remembered as a tireless worker, everyone’s friend, a leader who brought out the best in students

Kent falls to Auburn in classic duel for District 10 title

All-Stars come up short in pursuit of a state tournament spot

Shooting stars

Kent survives elimination game, plays for District 10 championship against rival Auburn on Saturday

History takes rightful place on the wall

Descriptive, interpretive plaques adorn vintage buildings throughout downtown Kent

New on the block: a mystical creature takes wing

The Guardian is latest public art sculpture on display in downtown Kent

Kent teachers plea for better pay

Negotiations underway over salaries as school district officials build a budget, confront a deficit

Grownups with big jobs

Meridian Elementary students get a close look at job opportunities on career day

Heated demonstration on East Hill

Pro-choice, pro-life voices, anti-fascists heard loud and clear outside Kent’s Planned Parenthood clinic

All charged up: Cronk, Hines capture state titles

Kentridge seniors grab gold; other locals pull podium finishes | PHOTOS

Remembering the fallen, honoring those who serve in harm’s way

Hundreds gather to pay tribute to military men and women of today and yesterday at Tahoma National Cemetery