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It isn’t too early to start taking precautions to prevent brush fires.
Puget Sound Blood Center, which supplies hospitals in King County and elsewhere, will host a blood drive from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Saturday in one of its bloodmobiles at the Fred Meyer store in Covington. More information is available at 800-398-7888 or www.psbc.org.
Maple Valley Police chief Michelle Bennett will soon be trading in her city uniform for the green and tan of a King County Sheriff Department deputy again.
A Maple Valley man is among 17 defendants in what King County and federal authorities describe as widespread trafficking of cocaine and methamphetamine.
The developer in a proposal to build 27 homes on the banks of Lake Meridian has run into another roadblock because of six lots being on wetlands.
A robbery at the Key Bank branch in Maple Valley’s Four Corners area caused a nearby elementary school to go into lockdown mode.
A pilot flying a Cessna near Covington who was killed in a crash on May 9 was officially identified Tuesday by the King County medical examiner as Roger N. Thompson, a Kent resident. He was 69 years old.
The cities of Covington and Maple Valley will hold a joint open house May 22 to honor their respective public facilities and services workers as part of National Public Works Week.
While most chambers of commerce struggle through their annual membership drive, the Maple Valley-Black Diamond Chamber of Commerce has something else planned.
Crestwood Elementary School students felt the aftershocks of the earthquake in China and the impact of the cyclone in Myanmar through a social-studies project in teacher Leslie Marshall’s sixth-grade class.
A bigger library for Black Diamond is ready for its coming-out party.
At the request of the attorneys for the defendants, a decision on whether to seek the death penalty for the Christmas Eve murders of six family members – four of them from Black Diamond – has been delayed until late this summer.
Memorial Day service at Tahoma National Cemetery
Each year, fires set by children cost hundreds of lives and millions of dollars of property, cause painful injuries and are the leading cause of fire-related deaths among preschool-age children, according to national fire prevention authorities.
A new regional, integrated system is expected to help police officers spend less time booking offenders into the King County Jail.
Traffic control at an intersection near Tahoma Junior High School has been changed in an attempt to improve traffic safety.
Metropolitan King County Councilman Reagan Dunn has called for a study of potential harmful environmental impact from biodiesel fuel used in Metro Transit buses.
For more than a decade, the Tahoma School District tried to find a spot for a new bus barn, but either the site hasn’t been right or the money hasn’t been there to pay for it.
Authorities will pursue prosecuting state Rep. Geoff Simpson, who was arrested on April 27 on charges of fourth-degree assault and interfering with reporting of domestic violence in an incident involving his former wife.