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The Kent Senior Center Summer Ball was a hit Aug. 12, drawing dozens of dancers to enjoy a romantic evening of live music, at the Kent Senior Activity Center. Join the Kent Reporter as we try some dancing with these fleet-footed seniors.
It takes a special kind of teacher to leave a lasting effect on your students, especially after 30 years.But that is exactly the kind of… Continue reading
What could be better than a hot day on the shores of Lake Washington, watching the Seafair hydroplane races? Join the Kent Reporter for a glimpse at the roaring boats - and the roaring planes.
The tears were flowing Tuesday at Sound Transit Station in Auburn.Two sets of students – neither of whom had set eyes on the other until… Continue reading
Kent Reporter staff writer Brian Beckley attempts to cook an egg Thursday in his editor's car. Did it cook? Watch to see why he will never get the keys to her car again.
Comedian Sean Anderson of Federal Way was the winner July 24 at Laugh the Knights Away at the Castle Bridge Winery, sponsored in part by… Continue reading
A group of exchange students from Tamba City, Japan, have been getting their first taste of American culture this week.Working through the Kent-Auburn-Tamba Sister Cities… Continue reading
The Kent Little League 9 and 10-year old All-Star team put on quite a show on Saturday at Valley Ridge Park in SeaTac, knocking off… Continue reading
Larry Leet spent more than half of his lifetime smoking two packs of cigarettes a day. Today, nearly four years since giving up his smoking addiction, the 56-year-old Leet gets his fix on the ice. Instead of smokes, Leet can’t get enough of hockey, a sport he admittedly knew nothing – nor cared anything about – four years ago.
By Joyce BeckerWell, here goes. You might be wondering, “Who the heck is Joyce Becker and why the heck should I read her column.” So,… Continue reading
Sound Transit's 13.9-mile Central Link rail connecting Tukwila International Boulevard Station to Westlake Station in Seattle officially opened Saturday. Tickets for the first official run were hard to come by, so if you missed your chance at this historical run, you can see for yourself how the morning ride and opening ceremony went.
One Kent business is giving South End residents a new reason to laugh this summer, with a comedy competition looking to find the funniest comedian… Continue reading
The Seattle Mist, a team of the Lingerie Football League, had a training camp at Kent's ShoWare Center this week, which culminated in a media… Continue reading