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Sharon Hunter said the horses would be staying on the land for just a few weeks — but it’s alleged she more or less abandoned them there.
A rare piece of history fell into The Courier-Herald’s lap in November 1969 — a Civil War diary. The diary belonged to Corporal Theodore Hill… Continue reading
Labor Day isn’t just the starting bell for the school year — it’s also when Black Diamond throws its biggest festival of the year. Black… Continue reading
Make sure to visit the nationally-recognized historical home on June 22.
I’ve always held that it would be better to fight 100 duck-sized horses than one horse-sized duck. But after this last week, I’m no longer… Continue reading
Washington state is famous for countless reasons. It’s the birthplace of Starbucks and Bill Gates, one of the biggest producers of the U.S.’s lumber and… Continue reading
I was going to save this column for spring, to mark the one year anniversary when I rescued my rabbit Thomasina at Allan Yorke Park.… Continue reading
As the #MeToo movement has gathered steam over the last year, local and national sexual assault resource hotlines have seen a large increase in calls… Continue reading
An opinion piece from The Courier-Herald
When Renton resident David Finlayson joined the United States Marine Corps in 2011, he was the picture of health. Of course, even the most fit… Continue reading
Every year, thousands of people are injured by fireworks, from the small “triangle crackers” to the commercial-grade arial fireworks, resulting in burns, lacerations, lost limbs and death.
If you’re not planning on hosting your own “safe and sane” Independence Day celebration, the city of Renton is hosting its own 16th annual Fourth… Continue reading
For many people in this country — an estimated 10 million that identify as LBGTQ, as well as their countless supporters — the Masterpiece Cakeshop… Continue reading
Chloe Furnstahl will be partnering with the King County Sexual Assault Resource Center to continue talking about her platform.
Revealing the reality of rape and uncovering sexual assault myths
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services canceled a teen pregnancy prevention program grant two years early, affecting King County’s research into how effective its widely used sex education program is.
In many religions, death is rarely the end of the journey. Samsara Burt was a part of her family’s lives long before her earnestly awaited… Continue reading
You better not be reading this while driving. Washington state’s Driving Under the Influence of Electronics Act went into effect last July, but many police… Continue reading