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March 2017 – Things To Do in Kent, Washington

Spring is almost here, and the greater Kent community has lots of events to celebrate - hockey, soccer, art exhibits and programs, fundraisers, rummage...

Free Math Event for Kids Coming to Kent April 29, 2017

Free math event for children ages 3 to 11 and their families. Mathfest, powered by Zeno, is coming to Kent on Saturday, April 29, 2017...

Homeschooled Kent Student Serves as Page for Senator Fain

Kent student spent a week in Olympia as a page for Sen. Fain. Eric Goodman, an 11th-grade homeschooled student from Kent, recently spent a week...

Mill Creek Middle School Hosts ‘Share Your Culture’ Day

  by Michelle Gehlman-Teeter Mill Creek Middle School is a very diverse school with students from many cultures. Last Tuesday, March 20, they invited students and...

Kent Sunrise Rotary Offering Vocational Scholarships

Application deadline is April 10, 2017. The Rotary Club of Kent Sunrise will award four $750 scholarships at a joint scholarship awards ceremony with Kent...

King Co. Councilmember Kohl-Welles to Host Panel on Reducing Inequities for...

This Friday, March 24, 2017 from noon to 1:30 PM, King County Councilmember Jeanne Kohl-Welles will moderate a special panel on reducing inequities for...

Students Share Talent at the Kent Student Art Walk

by Michelle Gehlman-Teeter On March 16, the Kent Arts Commission held an opening reception for the Kent Student Art Walk. This was the 23rd year...

Two Measles Cases Reported in King County

A King County man and a baby with measles may have exposed others. Local public health officials have confirmed measles infection in a 6-month-old infant...

Kent Parks & Rec Guide: Spring & Summer Activities

Double issue includes programs for spring & summer 2017 Kent Parks, Recreation and Community Services has published a double issue of its program guide which...

Puget Sound RFA: 5 Ways to Protect Children from Open Windows

Get free window locks at two Kent and Maple Valley fire stations. Today is the first day of spring and an end to one of...

Paul Addis Announces Candidacy for Kent City Council

Addis to run for Kent City Council, Position 2 Today Paul Addis announced his candidacy for Kent City Council. He will run for position 2...

Detectives Ask for Public’s Help Identifying Robbery Suspect

Woman was robbed at gunpoint last Monday Detectives are asking for the public’s help identifying a man who robbed a woman at gunpoint last Monday...

Sound Bites: Kent News, Mar. 20, 2017

Local News and Events from Kent, Washington Spring is finally here! Thank goodness. I, for one, am tired of cold weather and rain. I'm ready...

Kent Police Arrest Two Youth for Threatening School Bus Driver

Two males made verbal threats and displayed a handgun. Just before 3 PM on Thursday, March 16, Kent Police responded to the area of 64th...

Kent Spotlight Series: Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem

Bring 'American Spiritual' to Kent April 1 Rani Arbo & daisy mayhem bring American roots music to Kent’s Spotlight Series on Saturday, April 1. With...

RASKC Going Door-to-Door Checking for Pet Licenses

Initiative will run April through October. If you haven’t registered Fido or Fluffy, now’s the time. In collaboration with the city, canvassers with Regional Animal...

Electrical Panel Ignites House Fire in SeaTac

No one was injured in the fire. Contributed by Puget Sound Fire Authority Yesterday evening, a residential electrical panel caused a fire in a SeaTac home...

Celebrate the International Day of Happiness at Kent Station, March 19

Next Sunday, March 19, 2017, from 11 AM to 6 PM, Live Happy magazine will bring its Happiness Wall to Kent Station (426 Ramsay...