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Patriots girls soccer is set to host North Kitsap tonight at 7 p.m.
Currently 19,000 ballots remain to be counted. Counting will resume Monday, Nov. 12.
The Patriots host Sehome High School tonight at 7 p.m.
Mark your calendars: Christmas is coming early The Landing will be hosting its Christmas tree lighting and a laser light show from 6 to 8… Continue reading
The Renton Regional Fire Authority (RRFA) is now listed among the best in state according to the Washington Surveying & Rating Bureau. The fire authority… Continue reading
Former martial arts teacher pleaded guilty to child rape, communicating with a minor for immoral purposes.
City surveys residents on bike sharing The city of Renton is asking residents via an online survey their opinion on bike sharing programs. The survey… Continue reading
Renton firefighters Tweeted units are on scene near 4th and Shattuck Avenue South treating one patient with reported stab wounds. The Tweet continued stating the… Continue reading
The following information was provided by a release from Hazen girls soccer: After a scoreless first half and then some, Hazen soccer and Kentlake got… Continue reading
Semi-finalists selected from Liberty Two Liberty High School students — Arne Grette and Annabelle Smith — were selected as National Merit Scholarship Corporation semi-finalists. There… Continue reading
After 30 minutes, the lockdown was lifted and school began as normal.
The Lindbergh girls soccer team has won its last 11 in a row.
Despite the pouring down rain Friday, the Liberty Patriots added another win to its record. The Patriots hosted Lake Washington, beating the Kangaroos 41-7. Junior… Continue reading
Skyway Library wins design award The King County Library System announced mid-September the Skyway Library had won the 2018 Civic Design Citation Award by the… Continue reading
Updated from “Married couple booked into King County Jail for murder of 67-year-old victim”
The 61-year-old man was hiking Chair Peak near the Snow Lake area of Snoqualmie Pass when he did not return home.
Joshua Matthew Gasperich reportedly shot at landlord three times after receiving eviction notice.
The Eagles girls soccer team are off to an undefeated start in league play. Lindbergh is 4-0-0 in league and 5-1-0 overall. It’s only loss… Continue reading
Hazen’s boys tennis team hopes to continue its winning ways against Kentlake Tuesday.
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