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Renton’s Take Me Home program was initiated by Community Programs Coordinator Cyndie Parks.
On any other day, you’d scream to sleep in. But Saturday mornings were different: you were up sometimes before the sun, cereal in-bowl, TV on… Continue reading
Eleven Renton juniors were hired June 27 in an event at the Museum of Flight to work in aerospace manufacturing through the Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship… Continue reading
Steve Martin and Martin Short discuss bringing their two-man comedy extravaganza back to Seattle.
Smithsonian traveling exhibit tour announced Humanities Washington announced June 21 that the Renton History Museum among eight other Washington locations will host the Smithsonian Exhibit… Continue reading
The first week of July is a good time to get snippy, harvest, feed and weed. You’ll also need to mow, trim and water as… Continue reading
Sometimes, you just need to get away. Out of your element, far from the usual. A change of scenery is called-for, a temporary life unlike… Continue reading
Summer is an excellent time to prune many ornamental trees. Among the more popular species are the numerous varieties of Japanese maples that grace many… Continue reading
Mental illnesses — including depression and anxiety — are among the most common health conditions in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease… Continue reading
Marianne Binetti will appear from 11:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. Sunday, July 1, at the Auburn Farmers Market at Les Gove Park, 1140 Auburn Way… Continue reading
The following is a press release from Relay for Life of Renton. The Relay for Life of Renton took place June 22 and 23, raising… Continue reading
Local artist, Richard Jahn has always been resistant to any class or instructor who tried to force him to fit into a mold. “I didn’t… Continue reading
The camp gives girls the opportunity to gain experience in technology and see if it is something they want to do more in the future.
The picture reminds you of a thousand things. You recall the day it was taken: the smell of the air, the background sounds, food and… Continue reading
The third week of June is the start of summer and that means more outdoor living. Make this the week you fully prepare for living… Continue reading
When my daughter turned 50 last year, I showed her the cover of my Golden Opportunities brochure, the guide for seniors published by the Renton… Continue reading
Change, they say, is good. It’s the opportunity for growth. It’s a chance to take a breath, reassess, reconfigure. It makes the landscape look fresh;… Continue reading
The second week of June is not too late to plant some food. You can visit the garden center for potted tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers and… Continue reading
You’re going down. Down, defeated, beaten, and sent home. You’re losing, not winning, and you need to know how it happened so it won’t happen… Continue reading
Dear Dr. Universe: What is a glacier? – Addison, Pullman, WA Dear Addison, When snow piles up and compresses into a thick mass of ice,… Continue reading