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Lindbergh track finished 12th at Mount Si Invitational April 22 | PHOTO GALLERY

On April 22 Mount Si High School in Snoqualmie hosted Lindbergh and Liberty among 10 other schools in the Mount Si Invitational. As a team,… Continue reading

Eagles fastpitch win two in a row | PHOTO GALLEY

The Lindbergh Eagles fastpitch team hosted the Tyee Totems April 24 and got its third win of the season. Lindbergh won 21-1. The Eagles hosted… Continue reading

Don’t use my Snapchat | KCSO BLOTTER

The following information was compiled from King County Sheriff’s Office incident reports.

Renton Prep director uses technology to empower learning

Using technology to empower learning Michelle Zimmerman, University of Washington graduate and director of Renton Prep, is helping set new standards for how educators use… Continue reading

Liberty student taken into custody following threats

A 16 year old student was contacted Sunday by King County Sheriff’s deputies following reports he made threats toward Liberty High School.

Officers respond to a number of reports regarding broken vehicle windows | Police Blotter

The following is compiled from reports provided by the King County Sheriff’s Office.

One shot, Renton police respond to attempted robbery late Thursday

Renton police officers responded to Jimmy Mac’s Roadhouse on Southwest 7th Street late Thursday to reports of a shooting. According to a Facebook post from… Continue reading

Seahawks released 2017 schedule, tickets on sale Saturday

The 2017 Seahawk schedule was released Thursday. Single game tickets will go on sale tomorrow, Saturday, April 22 at 10 a.m. Fans can purchase a… Continue reading

Renton woman among three charged with filing false insurance claims

Theresa Smith, 39, from Renton was charged with filing false claims by the Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler and the Criminal Investigations Unit. Smith was charged… Continue reading

Hazen boys soccer lose to Kentwood on April 18 | GALLERY

Lindbergh, Renton and Liberty keep their top 5 ranking in their respective leagues.

Talbot Hill MicroSociety leaves impact on students and parents (Part 2)

“The great thing about MicroSociety… is that it shapes the community.”

King County celebrates 911 education month with birthday party

April is National 911 Education Month.

MicroSociety shapes students into responsible citizens (Part 1)

What is Talbot Hill Elementary School’s MicroSociety program? How does it help students become better leaders?

McLendon Hardware announces acquisition by Central Network Retail Group

The transaction is set to finalize in April.

Pilot program saw increased voter turnout

The projected voter turnout for the pilot was 30 percent and cost King County Elections $10,140.

Batteries stolen from golf cart | KING COUNTY SHERIFF OFFICE’S BLOTTER

BURGLARY On March 13 officers responded to reports of a residential burglary. The police report stated that when the reporting party got home from school… Continue reading

Renton police have bank robbery suspect in custody

Renton Police have a bank robbery suspect in custody at 200 Mill Ave. S. and Bronson Way South, according to tweets from the department. Today… Continue reading

Don’t dump your marijuana | KCSO BLOTTER

The following information was compiled from King County Sheriff’s Office incident reports. CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE • On March 7 officers reported finding marijuana plants near SE… Continue reading

Grants help those in unincorporated King County

Five community groups in Fairwood were awarded funds this year.