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Kent firefighters extinguish three separate brush fires on West Hill

Fire breaks out early Friday morning, July 12 in wooded area west of Interstate 5

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Too hot to play sports? High temps challenge Kent Parks Department

Four days of events canceled July 6-9 at Wilson Playfields where surface temps soared to 120 degrees

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Kent's Project Feast receives $10,000 grant from Jacques Pépin Foundation

Nonprofit offers culinary skills training program for immigrants and refugees

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Valley SWAT helps arrest Kent man in domestic violence incident

Saturday, July 6 at a West Hill apartment complex

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Kent Police Blotter: June 26 to July 6

Incidents include shootings, robberies, pursuits

Summer Passports can be found at all 12 participating women-owned businesses. Courtesy photo.

12 local women-owned businesses launch summer passport program

In an initiative to boost small businesses in Maple Valley, Covington and Black Diamond, shoppers and patrons of each women-owned business will be eligible to receive weekly raffle prizes.

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Man busted for drugs in Kent receives eight-year prison sentence

Part of drug trafficking ring that brought hundreds of pounds of narcotics to Western Washington

A free CPR training and career fair will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 13 at the accesso ShoWare Center in Kent. COURTESY PHOTO, Puget Sound Fire

Fire authorities offer free CPR training, career fair Saturday, July 13

Event open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at accesso ShoWare Center in Kent

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Man, 26, drowns at Gene Coulon Beach in Renton

Renton Police are still investigating.

U.S. Sen. Patty Murray. COURTESY PHOTO

U.S. Sen. Patty Murray questions whether Biden should stay in race

‘President Biden must seriously consider the best way to preserve his incredible legacy’

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Renton motorcyclist dies after colliding with elk, second vehicle on I-90

Woman, 46, struck by another vehicle on freeway July 6 after hitting elk

Business
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Kent Chamber of Commerce CEO Harris to participate in leadership program

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation selects her for national business course

Sports
Gio Moimoi drives to the basket for Kentridge. Ben Ray / The Reporter

Summer league spotlight: Kentridge and Kentwood boys hoops

“It has been a night and day difference from year one to now.”

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U.S. men's national soccer team has time to turn it around. Can they?

After getting ‘grouped’ in Copa America, the U.S. needs to find momentum heading toward World Cup.

Life
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51st annual Kent Cornucopia Days set for July 12-14

Three-day festival features street fair, food court, 5K run, parade

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