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Bill Blair, 69, an active member of the community who served on the city’s Planning Commission, died June 19 at his home in Covington.
The home of Darcy Burner, a candidate for Congress in the district that includes Maple Valley, Black Diamond and Covington, was destroyed in a fire Tuesday morning.
The Covington, Maple Valley, and Black Diamond branches of the King County Library System are seeking volunteers to teach beginning computer classes such as “Introduction to Computers,” “Internet Level 1,” “E-mail Basics” and “Microsoft Office Products.” Applicants will be trained to be NetMaster volunteers.
Tahoma Learning Community, a program affiliated with the Tahoma School District, offers offers art and sports camps and other activities this summer.
Late for work and showing no patience for traffic, a 23-year-old Bonney Lake man decided to apply plenty of zip to his high-performance motorcyclethe morning of June 27 – to the tune of 140 miles per hour.
Log jams adding to Green River’s danger
A proposed U.S. Senate spending bill includes $1.1 million for programs affecting the south King County area.
A countywide ban on the continuous chaining or tethering of dogs has been proposed by a Metropolitan King County Council member.
King County’s embattled animal care and control program has a new acting director to replace the old one.
The teenager who drowned June 20 at Lake Meridian was Isaih Goodwin, 14, a Kentwood High School student.
Bud Sizemore, saying he doesn't have the time any more to devote to the work, has resigned as a Covington City Council member.
In a scene worthy of a Walt Disney movie, authorities say a fawn was reunited with its mother with the help of a King County Sheriff deputy and a state wildlife agent.
Where and when: Lake Wilderness Park, July 4
King County Sheriff Sue Rahr spoke at Maple Valley Library last Thursday in another of a series of public forums on proposed budget cuts that she and other county officials say will hurt law enforcement.
King County's embattled animal care and control program has a new acting director to replace the old one.
The three-city Relay for Life puts about 200 people on their feet
Kelsey Childress, a senior from Maple Valley studying pre-chemical engineering, earned a place on the honor roll at Oregon State University during spring term.
Supplying all 28 elementary schools in the Kent School District with the tools and materials needed to teach and learn science is a big job, but two programs will again be working to have it covered when classes resume in the fall.