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The Kent Crusaders girls' rugby team gave sports fans an exciting view into their sport May 9 at Kent's French Field.Playing between halves of the… Continue reading
A fundraising banquet Saturday to help a group of student ambassadors travel to Japan this summer found some serious community support.The banquet, the Kent-Auburn-Tamba Sister… Continue reading
Styx, REO Speedwagon and .38 Special, popular American rock bands of the 1970s and 1980s, play 7 p.m. May 27 at the ShoWare Center. Tickets… Continue reading
A defensive tackle and fullback, Quisha is starting on her third season as a Majestic. From co-owner Camille Head: "She's a smart player who the team counts on in a tough situation. She is strong runner, worthy of not only getting the first downs but picking up a few afterword. She has great hands that make her 'clutch' for option situations."
It's been a while since Kent-Meridian High School has been able to celebrate a state championship, but a new Royal Dynasty may be the beginning.With… Continue reading
The Seattle Mist, a Lingerie Football League team that will play in Kent this fall, ran through a series of drills at their minicamp Wednesday… Continue reading
Attention Rock Fans:You can bring KISS to Kent.Last week ShoWare Center officials put out the call - via their Web site - asking fans to… Continue reading
Kentridge Drama Department presents "High School Musical," opening April 29 at Kentridge High School. With a cast of nearly 100 students, the high-energy musical is… Continue reading
Kent just might become a hotbed for professional mixed martial arts cage fighting.Twenty fighters will compete in 10 bouts in what's being billed as The… Continue reading
Just as many kids did, George Winston took a few piano lessons and quit.“I was about 6 and not interested,” Winston, now 60, said in… Continue reading
Take a tour of the Thunderbird Hockey Exhibit at the Kent Historical Museum. Join museum curator Linda Wagner on a walk through the past and present of local hockey.
Kent resident Don Dinsmore takes Kent Reporter readers to the ball fields of Peoria, Ariz., to catch the legendary Ken Griffey make his spring-training homer, and to just enjoy the view of Mariners baseball.
EventsSococulture: For information about cultural events throughout South King County, visit www.sococulture.org.Crossroads Doll and Teddy Bear Show: March 14-15. Admission: $3-$6. Puyallup Fair and Events… Continue reading