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City seeks candidates for an advisory committee and more community news…

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

Renton Christian Schools placed on lockdown this morning

After 30 minutes, the lockdown was lifted and school began as normal.

Undefeated Eagles add another win

The Lindbergh girls soccer team has won its last 11 in a row.

Photos By Kayse Angel. Liberty scored six touchdowns during Friday’s win over Lake Washington.

Patriots add to winning streak

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

Photos By Kayse Angel. Liberty scored six touchdowns during Friday’s win over Lake Washington.

Seahawks honor Liberty cheerleader, and more community news…

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

Couple charged in death of Renton man

Updated from “Married couple booked into King County Jail for murder of 67-year-old victim”

The following are photos showing the terrain where the Renton man was found along with photos of King County Search and Rescue. Courtesy photos King County Sheriff’s Office

Renton man dies after falling off cliff

The 61-year-old man was hiking Chair Peak near the Snow Lake area of Snoqualmie Pass when he did not return home.

The following are photos showing the terrain where the Renton man was found along with photos of King County Search and Rescue. Courtesy photos King County Sheriff’s Office

Update: Tenant charged with first degree assault

Joshua Matthew Gasperich reportedly shot at landlord three times after receiving eviction notice.

Eagles soar to 5-1 start | Lindbergh Girls Soccer

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

Highlanders undefeated three matches in

Hazen’s boys tennis team hopes to continue its winning ways against Kentlake Tuesday.

Planning future editions in today’s newsrooms

The struggle between web and print for weekly papers.

This week’s community news

Donors urged to give blood The American Red Cross is urging people to give blood to help ensure a diverse supply is kept for all… Continue reading

Friday Night Lights is back in session

Hazen opened the first game of the season last week, beating Renton 40-20.

Fall recycling event on Sept. 15, and more community news

Grants for unincorporated projects On Aug. 29 it was announced that $90,000 is available in Community Service Area Program grant funding for a number of… Continue reading

Renton toddlers graduate Kindering, and more community news…

Nominate an outstanding Renton woman The Renton Business & Professional Women Organization each year selects an outstanding woman from the community. To nominate someone you… Continue reading

Crewneck wearing, football watchin’ season is back!

My favorite season is upon us, once again. You may be thinking, what season is that? (Almost) fall? Football season? Well, it’s a combination of… Continue reading

Renton’s Day of Service is Sept. 8, and more community news

‘Fantastic Beasts’ kickoff event The King County Library System will hold a kickoff event Sept. 1 to celebrate the fall season and a new program… Continue reading

Robert Morrison enters guilty plea to all charges

The former martial arts studio owner remains in custody. His sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 21.

Renton man dies following one car collision

The incident occurred Thursday afternoon on Interstate 90.

Scholarships awarded to local students, and more community news

News and Notes for Aug. 10, 2018