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At first glance, the large warehouse at 18805 80th Place S. in Kent looks like any other industrial building: a high-roofed metal shell full of stacked boxes, forklifts and an assembly line.
Everyone has the power to protect the environment, says Gina Hungerford, conservation coordinator for the City of Kent — even kids.
The Kent School District went largely unscathed by the winter flooding late last year, but school districts in other parts of the state weren’t so fortunate.
St. Anthony’s Chapel will be open for a mass celebrating National Day of Prayer 9 a.m. May 1. All are welcome to attend, and to pray for country, leaders and peace. The chapel will remain open for prayer until 4 p.m. St. Anthony’s Chapel is located at 310 Third Ave. S., Kent.
Jenkins Creek Elementary teacher Connie Compton was recognized on the TV program “Northwest Afternoon” April 16 with an “All Spreading the Love” award.
Kent Police are warning senior citizens to be aware of a man who recently phoned a 67-year-old Kent woman to offer her a free Medicaid card in exchange for personal information.
•Earth Day, April 19
The Rotary Club of Kent students of the week are Kentlake seniors Mason Bouffard and Melissa Steffan, for their achievements in mathematics and science.
The City of Kent will play host to a PGA Play Golf America Day 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 19 at the City-owned Riverbend Golf Complex, 2019 W. Meeker St., Kent.
The absence of Debbie Stone around the classrooms and halls of Carriage Crest Elementary School will likely be felt next year.
The Kent City Council voted unanimously April 1 to approve the construction of a three-lane, 1.8-mile extension of South 224th Street up the East Hill.
Sixth-grader Jordan Crowe, 11, is now an advocate for the environment. He recycles religiously and urges his friends and family to do the same.
Randall Edward Connor, the man charged with first-degree murder in connection with the stabbing death of a Kent woman last year, has waived extradition proceedings in California and will be returned to Washington within the next two weeks, a King County Prosecutor’s Office spokesman said Friday.
Kent-Meridian High School seniors Leigh Barry and Timothy Jang are the Rotary Students of the Week for their achievements in math and science.
When Mike Karney talks, teenagers listen.
Nineteen Kent and Covington residents made the dean’s list at Seattle Pacific University for academic achievement autumn quarter 2007. The following local students were on the list: Brian Boldman, Bryn Bowser, Alyssa Chavez, Heather Cozad, Danielle Darrow, Bethany Douglass, Nazariy Gural, Katrina Harper, Kirstin Heckelsmiller, Rachel Jacobs, Bonnie Kirkwood, Daria Li, Johrdashe Loeber, May Marston, Larita Nunnery, Taylor Powers, Lindsay Roos, Brianna Scarff and Tasha Treat.