Black Lives Matter meets #MeToo

Columnist Marcus Harrison Green tells us about a troubling rift and the resulting rebirth in the local arm of the social movement.

Tahoma’s Rob Morrow set to retire at end of school year

After 37 years with Tahoma, the superintendent will step down from his post

Covington council will discuss Jenkins Creek completion date

The plans for Jenkins Park are moving along and will be further discussed at the March 27 council meeting.

Mental health facility to assist youth, families

Nexus Youth and Families came to Maple Valley to help those who need it.

Green River College to launch educational opportunities in Covington

The workshops are free and open to the public.

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Mobile home fire in Kent

The mobile home was completely destroyed by the fire.

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Previous World Cup playing field. Photo from Wikimedia Commons

Seattle’s World Cup bid gains county support

The council gave its unanimous support to the City of Seattle’s bid to be a host city of the 2026 Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup.

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Gov. Inslee signing the bill on March 15. Submitted photo

Gov. Jay Inslee signs Bill

The Maple Valley City Council and City Manager, Laura Philpot, traveled to Olympia on March 15 for an exciting moment. Continue reading...

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Covington teen serves as page and more community news

Covington teen serves as page Payton Arnett, an eighth grader at Buena Vista SDA School, spent a week as a Continue reading...

Boeing held an event to celebrate the production of the 10,000th 737 jetliner. The Southwest airplane was displayed at the Renton plant on March 13. Leah Abraham, Renton Reporter

Celebrating the 10,000th 737

Boeing reached a significant milestone — it produced its 10,000th 737 jetliner. Hundreds of Boeing employees gathered at the 737 Continue reading...

Falcons start the season 2-0

The weather cooperated for a few days while the 2017-2018 baseball season got underway. The Kentlake Falcons started its season Continue reading...


Going forward and finishing fourth

Kentridge girls take home state trophy




Trump’s luck may be running out

Nowhere in the world has seen improvement as a result of Trump’s actions. Eventually, Trump’s luck will run out and the chickens will come home to roost.


Common ground found on prosecuting officers

To fully appreciate a peace accord reached last week on rewriting state law on the use of deadly force by… Continue reading

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Legislators come to agreement on deadly force reform

The agreement between lawmakers, activists, and police amends the upcoming I-940 ballot initiative.


In addition to being a key employer, Boeing also works to protect the environment, educate students, support veterans and military families, and more.

Boeing releases Community and Economic Benefits Report

Company’s wide-ranging influence includes employment, education, environment and charitable giving


Search Advertising Remains One of the Best Ways to Reach Customers

Every search can be considered a signal of intent, giving advertisers a massive opportunity.


Boeing’s six-week Fabrication internship has hosted about 120 high school interns over the last five years.

Fabrication internship emphasizes STEM education among Puget Sound high schoolers

‘One-of-a-kind opportunity’ lets students explore manufacturing and engineering techniques


Brand Websites in the Mobile, Cross-Device Era

What does the distributed, multi-device reality mean for the original channel — the brand website?


Raina Labrum plays with her dog, Riven, right, as well as Daisy, center, and Poby, left, at Piper’s Playground indoor dog park in Federal Way. Heidi Sanders, the Mirror

Piper’s Playground offers indoor play space for dogs

Federal Way’s first indoor dog park opened Jan. 18.