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Angela Sheffey-Bogan

Renton educator honored by alma mater

Angela Sheffey-Bogan is being recognized as the 2019 Distinguished Alumna for Highline College.

Angela Sheffey-Bogan
2016 volunteer Carol Abrahamson helps sort food at the Salvation Army Renton Rotary Food bank. From the Renton Reporter archives.

Salvation Army calls on residents to volunteer

Bodies needed to make sure regular free dinners go smoothly

2016 volunteer Carol Abrahamson helps sort food at the Salvation Army Renton Rotary Food bank. From the Renton Reporter archives.

Engineers try to get ahead of construction smell in Renton

Large wastewater treatment pipe project underway, could cause an odor

The first ever Male Athlete of the Year for the Renton Reporter went to Jake Wright, left. He was awarded a plaque by Renton Reporter editor Danielle Chastaine (right).
                                Photo by Haley Ausbun

This Athlete of the Year is becoming a Cougar in the fall

After an exciting run this year, Liberty senior and football star Jake Wright was voted as Male Athlete of the Year for the Renton Reporter.… Continue reading

The first ever Male Athlete of the Year for the Renton Reporter went to Jake Wright, left. He was awarded a plaque by Renton Reporter editor Danielle Chastaine (right).
                                Photo by Haley Ausbun

Man attempts to rob teen with a boxcutter

Teen was accosted in his driveway, received injuries

From the city of Renton website. The child had a suspicious injury after spending time on Memorial Day at Riverview Park.

Update: Renton child shot on Memorial Day with air gun pellet

Police seek more information from public. The child is now at home expected to make a full recovery.

From the city of Renton website. The child had a suspicious injury after spending time on Memorial Day at Riverview Park.

Sunny days for the Renton Farmers Market

The Renton Farmers Market opened for the 2019 season Tuesday, June 4 at Piazza Park. This year the market expands with a larger food truck… Continue reading

The first ever Female Athlete of the Year for the Renton Reporter, Lia Evans (right) is awarded a plague from the Renton Reporter’s editor Danielle Chastaine (left).
                                Photo by Haley Ausbun

Lindbergh Fastpitch player is the first Female Athlete of the Year

Lindbergh High School junior Lia Evans wants sports fans to pay more attention to women’s sports, especially at the high school level. “Our team is… Continue reading

The first ever Female Athlete of the Year for the Renton Reporter, Lia Evans (right) is awarded a plague from the Renton Reporter’s editor Danielle Chastaine (left).
                                Photo by Haley Ausbun
Photo courtesy of Renton Police Department. Footage of two persons suspected in a suspicious fire from May 20.

Police search for toilet paper arson suspects

Public asked to help identify two men in video footage

Photo courtesy of Renton Police Department. Footage of two persons suspected in a suspicious fire from May 20.

Small plane crashes at Renton airport

Firefighters on scene, pilot and passenger safe

File photo
                                A piston aircraft takes off at Renton Airport.

How much lead is falling in Renton’s yards? One resident aims to find out

The Renton airport has planes that still use leaded fuel, which could cause issues for residents

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                                A piston aircraft takes off at Renton Airport.
Courtesy of the Landed website.

Housing for Renton, Kent educators just became more accessible

Doug Baldwin helps district partner with Landed

Courtesy of the Landed website.

Encouraging bananas

School employee brings cheer during test week

Courtesy of the Renton City Retro Facebook page.

Gaming expo sees continued success

Renton City Retro Expo celebrates its sixth year

Courtesy of the Renton City Retro Facebook page.

No Renton teachers to be cut in 2019-20 budget

Unanticipated revenue savings from this year is keeping the Renton School District from making cuts to staff after a rough legislative session for schools. The… Continue reading

Renton child “possibly” shot on Memorial Day

Police seek more information from public

The city of Renton honored its fallen veterans on Monday, May 27 at Veterans Park.
                                The event included an invocation from the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and American Legion Chaplain Bruce Feltmann, presentation of the colors from Renton Police Department Color Guard, councilmember Carol Ann Witschi performing the “National Anthem” and “God Bless America,” as well as speakers Mayor Denis Law, veteran Darrell Pilat and army veteran David Waggoner.
                                Several veterans presented wreaths, courtesy of Greenwood Memorial Park and Funeral Home in Renton.
                                Photos courtesy of city of Renton.

Renton honors their fallen and missing

Memorial Day events hosted at local park

The city of Renton honored its fallen veterans on Monday, May 27 at Veterans Park.
                                The event included an invocation from the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and American Legion Chaplain Bruce Feltmann, presentation of the colors from Renton Police Department Color Guard, councilmember Carol Ann Witschi performing the “National Anthem” and “God Bless America,” as well as speakers Mayor Denis Law, veteran Darrell Pilat and army veteran David Waggoner.
                                Several veterans presented wreaths, courtesy of Greenwood Memorial Park and Funeral Home in Renton.
                                Photos courtesy of city of Renton.

Local travels from Renton, to Japan and the rest of the world

Navy member speaks on exploring through service

‘Park desert’ remains despite city upgrades

Renton uses bond money to upgrade public parks

“We want a living wage” – Union workers to Renton city officials

Union 2170 speaks out about “unfair” contracts