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Three Renton teens were among 149 cadets who graduated on Dec. 17.
As 2016 comes to a close, here are the top 10 stories that caught the readers’s attention this year.
Renton Rotary selects Teachers of the Month for December
Better Business Bureau warns fans to be careful of fake tickets and counterfeit merchandise.
WASDOT advises to track conditions, slow down and allow for extra travel time.
Mumps can lead to swelling of the covering of the brain and spinal cord, or brain damage.
This week, Rainier Scholar student gets a Kindle and 90 families get early Christmas presents.
Republic Services takes over garbage duty starting Feb. 1. Four informational meetings planned.
Six-mile HOT lane extension to create 14-mile southbound stretch of HOT lanes from Renton to Pacific
Police are investigating a fatal collision near the Comunity Center and are warning of delays
Renton Youth Symphony Orchestra performs on Dec. 18 at Carco Theater.
Bitterly cold temperatures prompt city to open shelter at old chamber building.
Emphasis runs from from Dec. 15 to Jan. 1, 2017.
The bond sale will generate proceeds to fund voter-approved transit expansions.
Liberty falls to 0-1 with loss to Juanita
Chancellor brought his fifth annual toy drive to the Landing on Dec. 2.
The concert band will have its winter concert at 2 p.m., Dec. 11 at IKEA Performing Arts Center.
The two recalled products contain known allergens which are not declared on the product label.
Anyone needing shelter from tonight’s dangerously low temperatures is welcome
The Renton Police Department remind residents to protect themselves from being targeted.