Art students at Kentwood High School were hard at work putting their thoughts about peace onto small pinwheels which were displayed last Sunday as part of International Peace Day.
Starting next week, motorists can expect a series of lane closures within the 165th Place Southeast, 168th Place Southeast and Covington Way improvement project, Covington city officials said.
King County Executive Ron Sims today signed a purchase and sale agreement with Yarrow Bay Group for the 156-acre Summit Pit property, the much-debated “donut hole” in Maple Valley that the Kirkland-based developer plans to develop for housing.
A flock of geese flew overhead during the ceremony to officially recognize the completion of a $96 million project on State Route 202, as if to emphasize the 16-acre wetland included in the package.
The new Creative Arts Center officially opened last weekend (see related photo on page 3 of today’s Reporter) with an open house on Saturday and an invitation-only shindig the day before. And the revoews are good for the center, with its performance stage, space for art workshops and its gallery and studio for local artists.