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Covington is looking to fill a pair of significant positions at City Hall before the end of this summer.
Issaquah-Hobart Road to be studied
Phyllis Huster, a Democrat, has announced her candidacy in this fall’s election for state senator of the 5th Legislative District.
Mark Hargrove, a Republican candidate in this fall’s election for state representative in the 47th Legislative District, will host a campaign kickoff event today from 3 to 5 p.m. at Meridian Grange.
Valley Medical Center will open eight new operating rooms this summer, the second phase of the hospital’s new surgery center.
Public tour of the Alpacas at Morning Star Ranch in Ravensdale are scheduled for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. this Saturday.
Tahoma High School will host a flea market and other activities this Saturday as a fund-raiser for student groups.
Hazardous items from household items can be disposed safely when King County’s Wastemobile visits Covington for three days beginning this Friday.
Slashes in the King County budget may force Sheriff Sue Rahr to cut as many as 100 deputies from the roster.
Voters in King County Fire District 17 will be asked in a special election on May 20 whether the district should merge into King County Fire District 44.
New cat cages, dog runs and more employees are among the upgrades at King County’s animal shelters to be funded by nearly $1 million approved this week by the County Council.
State Rep. Geoff Simpson was arrested last Sunday by King County Sheriff deputies and booked into the county jail in Seattle on suspicion of fourth-degree assault.
Little by little, Covington Aquatic Center gets upgraded.
Maple Valley bought Lake Wilderness Golf Course to keep it from being turned into another neighborhood. While homeowners on or near the course are happy the city bought it, many wonder if the way Maple Valley wants to recoup the costs is fair.
Donations for military care packages can be made during an event May 10 at a Maple Valley business.
Shadow Lake Elementary School was evacuated shortly before 3:30 p.m. last Thursday when smoke was detected in classrooms, according to the Tahoma School District.
A King County sewer project that officials say will help Black Diamond keep up with its population growth over the next 17 years will be explained during a public meeting next Tuesday.
Prices of homes for sale in King County barely moved last month, a residential real estate industry group reported.
U.S. Rep. Dave Reichert, whose 8th District constituency includes the Covington and Maple Valley areas, is the host of the annual Veterans’ Resource Fair scheduled for today from 9 a.m. to noon in Renton.