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They may not live at 3515 Jenny Dale Drive in Dallas, Texas, but it will always be the house the Bruhahns helped build. Together with a team of 250 other Habitat For Humanity volunteers from around the country, Brian and Kristen Bruhahn of unincorporated King County near Kent added their sweat and effort to build nine homes in the small neighborhood just outside the center of the city, including the three-bedroom rambler home on Jenny Dale Drive.
Know Before you go: Road closures in mountains and Puget Sound area;WSDOT prepping in Southwest and Eastern Washington for later todayOLYMPIA - All three major… Continue reading
A Fort Lewis soldier faces vehicular-assault charges stemming from a Christmas Eve accident in Kent that sent six people to the hospital, three with serious injuries.
WSDOT Alert UpdateDATE/TIME: January 5 , 2009, 7 a.m.DESCRIPTION: Interstate 90 Snoqualmie Pass remains closed due to avalanche danger. The westbound closure point has now… Continue reading
After another surprise burst of snow this past weekend, forecasters attentions are once again turning to the potential for flooding as rising temperatures and rain in the mountains could soon begin to overload local rivers and streams.
The Seattle Thunderbirds will play before a sold-out crowd of 6,113 at their ShoWare Center debut Saturday night in Kent.The Western Hockey League team sold… Continue reading
They might not have uniforms or badges, but the men and women of the Washington Service Corps have been serving their country with pride for… Continue reading
The second of WSDOT's three primary east-west routes opened this morning, with US 2 now open over Stevens Pass. I-90 over Snoqualmie Pass opened to… Continue reading
It will be a bit of a three-ring circus Jan. 2, when city officials throw a grand-opening party at the ShoWare Center at Kent. The… Continue reading
Unless conditions change, Washington’s three main east-west mountain passes are expected to remain closed to traffic overnight. Another storm headed for Washington is expected to dump more snow on the Cascades overnight, which will keep the danger of avalanches high for mountain highways US 2, US 12 and I-90.
Kent city officials want funds to repair Green River levees as part of the city’s wish list of public-works projects that could become part of… Continue reading
Two Kent men told police they’d stolen more than $1,400 worth of ski gear at about 1:20 p.m. Dec. 24 from a store in the… Continue reading
If the recent winter storm caused damage to your property in King County, you may be eligible for financial assistance. But the clock is ticking, in terms of when those applications are due. County officials determine eligibility through a damage-assessment process, which takes into account total reported losses within King County over the next two weeks.
As road conditions in many areas begin to improve, Waste Management is resuming normal collection services for most residential and commercial customers in Western Washington. Additional staffing and equipment will be deployed to collect accumulated garbage and recyclables.
The free community calendar is published Wednesdays and Saturdays on a space-available basis, and includes free and nonprofit local events and groups. Submit items at… Continue reading
As the temperatures climb back to normal and the rain returns to wash away the snow, the concern for Western Washington residents is shifting from… Continue reading
Unsafe road conditions have again required Waste Management to postpone residential curbside collection in most of King County, including Maple Valley, Burien, Renton, and all east King County areas.