Danielle Chastaine

New blood needed to save Friends of the Library

Adult, teen and children’s programs could lose support if Covington nonprofit dissolves

 

Maple Valley donates food, $6,000 to food bank

After an urgent please on Facebook for more food, residents stepped up to help out

 

Covington takes back housing funds

Council passed an ordinance to receive more sales tax money for affordable housing

 

Update election results – some races on razor’s edge

The most recent election results from King County

Stolen guns, illegal drugs and cash found in Covington home

A 32-year-old Covington resident was arrested by King County for possession of stolen firearms and illegal drugs. The arrest happened on Wednesday, Nov. 6, by… Continue reading

The Valhalla Apartments, located in Tacoma’s Hilltop Neighborhood, were built by Maple Valley-based construction company Sandoval Construction. Owner Alejandro Sandoval has been charged by L&I and owes nearly $100,000 in back wages to employees who worked on the Valhalla project.
                                Photo courtesy of Capital Management Advisors.

Maple Valley construction company faces L&I charges, again

Sandoval Construction must pay back just under $100,000 in wages

The Valhalla Apartments, located in Tacoma’s Hilltop Neighborhood, were built by Maple Valley-based construction company Sandoval Construction. Owner Alejandro Sandoval has been charged by L&I and owes nearly $100,000 in back wages to employees who worked on the Valhalla project.
                                Photo courtesy of Capital Management Advisors.
The Glacier Park Elementary School fifth grade class lined the halls after a special Veterans Day assembly to give high fives and applause to veterans, who were led through the halls after being honored by the school on Friday, Nov. 8, 2019. Photo by Danielle Chastaine.
                                 The Glacier Park Elementary School fifth grade class lined the halls after a special Veterans Day assembly to give high fives and applause to veterans, who were led through the halls after being honored by the school on Friday, Nov. 8, 2019. Photo by Danielle Chastaine.
                                 The Glacier Park Elementary School fifth grade class lined the halls after a special Veterans Day assembly to give high fives and applause to veterans, who were led through the halls after being honored by the school on Friday, Nov. 8, 2019. Photo by Danielle Chastaine.

Glacier Park celebrates its veteran families

Fifth grade students honored service members at Veterans Day assembly

The Glacier Park Elementary School fifth grade class lined the halls after a special Veterans Day assembly to give high fives and applause to veterans, who were led through the halls after being honored by the school on Friday, Nov. 8, 2019. Photo by Danielle Chastaine.
                                 The Glacier Park Elementary School fifth grade class lined the halls after a special Veterans Day assembly to give high fives and applause to veterans, who were led through the halls after being honored by the school on Friday, Nov. 8, 2019. Photo by Danielle Chastaine.
                                 The Glacier Park Elementary School fifth grade class lined the halls after a special Veterans Day assembly to give high fives and applause to veterans, who were led through the halls after being honored by the school on Friday, Nov. 8, 2019. Photo by Danielle Chastaine.

Update election results – some races on razor’s edge

The most recent election results from King County

Police still searching for driver in fatal hit and run

Investigators are asking the public for information

Driver flees scene after hitting cyclist

KCSO is investigating the fatal incident on Wax Road

Too close to call – Covington election results

Many city races too close to announce a winner just yet

Pedestrian suffers life-threatening injuries in a crash

An allegedly intoxicated driver caused a crash at midnight on Halloween

Never alone — unclaimed veteran supported by thousands

Many locals attended the funeral of Warren G. Robinson Jr. at Tahoma National Cemetery

Former Tahoma School District Superintendent Mike “Papa Bear” Maryanski stands with district leaders after the bear statue at Tahoma High School was dubbed “Papa Bear” in gratitude for his service to the district. Photo courtesy of Tahoma School District.

Maryanski steps in as Tahoma’s superintendent

The former leader will serve as an interim until the end of the current school year

Former Tahoma School District Superintendent Mike “Papa Bear” Maryanski stands with district leaders after the bear statue at Tahoma High School was dubbed “Papa Bear” in gratitude for his service to the district. Photo courtesy of Tahoma School District.

Never alone — unclaimed veteran supported by thousands

Many locals attended the funeral of Warren G. Robinson Jr. at Tahoma National Cemetery

‘We need everyone’s support’ – board approves two levies

Two levies will appear on February’s ballot for Tahoma SD

The search for a superintendent is on

Tahoma tries to stabilize after abrupt resignation

Choices lay ahead for Covington voters

Local races, county and state proposals line the ballot

Proactive steps to affordable housing

The city of Covington looks at future issues and finds current solutions

Council adopts higher impact fees for schools

Covington City Council talks impact fees, property taxes and the budget