Mayor Denis Law has proposed $50,000 for an off-leash dog park in his 2009 city budget proposal, which totals $252 million.
Prizes were handed out at the Renton FilmFrenzy last night and we have the winners listed here on RentonReporter.com.
You can view each of the winning films by scrolling down the page and clicking the video viewers. When you’re done, scroll to the bottom of the page and vote in our poll on which film was your favorite.
The 41st District finally has a clear choice for State Senate in Bob Baker, and I am excited about it. I am even more excited about helping Fred Jarrett, ex-Republican who never really was a Republican, lose! I have attended community meetings, as well as e-mailing and calling Fred, about various issues in the past years, and I never get an answer that would help me feel represented as a conservative voter.
Jamie Frank burst into tears before going on stage Wednesday night. She was that nervous. But she had fun once in front of the microphone at DC’s Bar & Grill. With the lights in her eyes she couldn’t see the crowd.
The Renton community came together last Thursday to honor Norma Cugini as the 2008 Citizen of the Year. Also honored at Renton Technical College were the 2008 Outstanding Citizens of the Year, Becky Nickels and Bob Bridge.
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A 15-year-old Renton youth was robbed of a Renton School District laptop computer at about 6:20 p.m. Oct. 20 at a bus stop in front of Renton High School, 400 S. Second St., according to Renton police.
The Renton-based King County Sexual Assault Resource Center (KCSARC) brought in more than $40,000 during its annual Renton Kids Are Our Business Breakfast at the Spirit of Washington Event Center Wednesday morning.