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A heavy truck load and a forgotten delivery invoice reportedly led to a domestic dispute between a husband and wife truck-driving team at 6:17 a.m. June 9 near a Kent warehouse in the 22800 block of 54th Avenue South.
The Kent City Council picked seven finalists on Tuesday for its vacant Council position.
Meadow Ridge Elementary School students, teachers and parents wore a path around the school June 16 as they braved the heat on their feet for an hour for the benefit of one of their suffering own.
Kent Covenant has expanded its facilities, and it's opening them to the community Sunday with a party and free food.
The Kiwanis Club of Kent commended 13 Kent School District students for their exceptional writing skills, compassion and commitment to language arts June 13 at an annual awards luncheon at the Golden Steer Steakhouse in Kent.
The front walkway of Covington Christian Fellowship Church became 100 flowers prettier June 10, thanks to a group of Kent seniors and students working side by side in one “Labor of Love.” Residents of Radcliffe Place Senior Apartments in Kent and special-needs students in the third-through-sixth grades at Meridian Elementary School gathered that day to plant flowers and enjoy the company of each other’s generation despite the cold, wet weather.
How do you get kids to read more books? Make it a competition. Kent School District elementary schools did just that at the seventh-annual district Battle of the Books June 6, bringing teams from all 28 grade schools together to test their knowledge of a long list of children’s tomes.
The original developer is officially out of the unfinished parking garage in downtown Kent. But city officials said it remains uncertain when a new developer might be found to take over the project at Fourth Avenue and West Street that remains entangled in legal battles.
Gas prices have at least one Kent resident resorting to desperate measures. That and more from a smattering of incident reports filed by the Kent Police Department.
Nearly everyone who took a private tour June 9 of the more-than-half-built Kent Events Center left with the same reaction. “There’s not a bad seat in the house,” said Kent City Councilman Ron Harmon, during the tour led by Kent Economic Development Director Ben Wolters and project superintendent Neal Schaefer.
Kentridge High School senior Brandon Smith shares a hug Saturday with his younger brother Keaton outside the Tacoma Dome, after his school's graduation ceremony. The Tacoma Dome saw a major influx of Kent residents that day: in addition to Kentridge, the senior classes of Kent-Meridian, Kentwood and Kentlake also had their grad ceremonies there.
Kentridge and Kentlake high-school drama students earned several nods June 9 at what has been dubbed the state championship of high-school musicals, the 5th Avenue High School Musical Theatre Awards.
Hundreds of dogs and cats will be available for adoption at the third annual Super Pet Adopt-a-Thon from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the King County Kent Animal Shelter, 21615 64th Ave. S.
Rotarians here can’t stop raving about the floating, green granite ball that soon will be the featured attraction at the city’s new Town Square Plaza Park in downtown Kent.
Le My Nguyen, the former owner of a Kent garden store, was sentenced Friday in U.S. District Court in Seattle to 41 months in prison and four years of supervised release for conspiracy to manufacture marijuana and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
Jazz musicians and local artists will present their work at An Evening of Jazz and Art at 5:30-8:30 p.m. June 26 at the Kent Senior Activity Center, located at 600 E. Smith St. in Kent.
Tracee Parker figured she would start a domestic violence safe center for children, not run it.
In Marty Hauer’s final days before cancer took his life at the age of 41, the Kent firefighter made sure he did something for his 10-year-old son, Colton, that he had done so many other times over the previous years. “One of the last things he did was watch his son play baseball,” said Kent Fire Department Chaplain Pat Ellis. Ellis spoke to a crowd of more than 1,200 at a memorial service Tuesday for Hauer at Christian Faith Center in Federal Way. “I don’t know if he could have had it better than that.”
Robots took over Lindbergh High School’s gym May 29. But they weren’t unattended. The sheet metal or plywood machines were controlled by local high schoolers competing in the 2008 Northwest Regional Robotics Competition.