Sarah Brenden

Russell Wilson and Ciara unveil the limited edition King County System Library cards that feature them and their dreams Friday at the Tukwila Library. The new library cards coincide with the newly launched DREAM BIG: Anything is Possible campaign. Courtesy photo by Why Not You Foundation

New teen campaign, DREAM BIG, kicked off Friday

Russell Wilson and Ciara were on hand to unveil limited edition library cards featuring the duo.

 

Senior guard AJ Andino drives past his opponent during the first half of Wednesday’s game. Photo by Sarah Brenden

Sumner advances in districts with win

With a break in the winter weather Wednesday, the Sumner Spartans and Kentwood Conquerors were able to face off in a loser out game. Sumner… Continue reading

 

Enumclaw woman dies due to weather conditions

Enumclaw woman dies due to weather conditions

The King County Medical Examiner’s Office as of Feb. 12 confirmed four deaths caused by hypothermia during the recent weather conditions.

 

The following is a picture from Toby Gallier’s blog, Further.

Local man to hike PCT, raising funds for Alzheimer’s Association

He has received $6,545 of his $26,500 goal to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association.

The following is a picture from Toby Gallier’s blog, Further.
‘13 Reasons Why’ is worth settling in and watching

‘13 Reasons Why’ is worth settling in and watching

It’s no secret when a new show is released on Netflix. Posts can be seen all over social media discussing this new must watch show or movie. And a month ago when “13 Reasons Why” was released, it was no different.

‘13 Reasons Why’ is worth settling in and watching
King County celebrates 911 education month

King County celebrates 911 education month

The county celebrates with birthday party at local elementary school.

King County celebrates 911 education month
McLendon Hardware announces acquisition by Central Network Retail Group

McLendon Hardware announces acquisition by Central Network Retail Group

The transaction is set to finalize in April.

McLendon Hardware announces acquisition by Central Network Retail Group
Four starters return to spark Spartan girls

Four starters return to spark Spartan girls

As the weather cools, high school sports take their action inside.

Four starters return to spark Spartan girls
Angela tried to leave her husband

The many faces and facets of domestic violence | Part 1

This is the first installment of two. Next edition, The Courier-Herald will provide a look into domestic violence from a police perspective. And will also provide more information on resources available for victims and survivors. Names and dates in this story have been changed to protect survivors and their families.

Angela tried to leave her husband
Our Corner

United we stand, with locked arms | Our Corner

Let me preface this column by saying, I know there will be people who disagree with me. That doesn't make you wrong and that doesn't make me wrong. It just means our opinion and points of view differ.

Our Corner
Sumner faced down Prairie in a non-league game at the end of last season

Sumner fall sports return with high expectations for season and beyond | 2016 Fall Sports Previews

With the changing of the seasons, that can mean only one thing — fall sports are back in session.

Sumner faced down Prairie in a non-league game at the end of last season
Sumner and Bonney Lake prepare for the flip of the coin at Sunset Stadium last Friday in the Sunset Bowl.

Spartans take home Sunset Bowl win 41-14

With the return of Friday Night Lights came a battle of rivals.

Sumner and Bonney Lake prepare for the flip of the coin at Sunset Stadium last Friday in the Sunset Bowl.
Conor Wedington will be featured again this season as the Sumner Spartans look to continue a run of success into the Class 4A ranks.

Key returnees crucial to Spartans’ success story | 2016 Football Previews

The moment most student athletes have been waiting for all summer has arrived. They have put in a couple of weeks of practice and are preparing for the launch of the 2016-17 season. And this year, things will look a little different for Sumner High.

Conor Wedington will be featured again this season as the Sumner Spartans look to continue a run of success into the Class 4A ranks.

ESPN’s 30 for 30 on O.J. Simpson is worth watching | Point of Review

The brutal murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman took place seven days after my 5th birthday. My desire to learn more about the trial of Simpson started with the 10 episode FX show "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" and peaked with ESPN's 30 for 30 documentary "O.J.: Made in America."

Kneishia Vinson started working with the King County Sexual Assault Resource Center after she was sexually assaulted in 2009.

Sexual Assault Resource Center works to bring awareness year round

For Kent resident Kneishia Vinson sexual assault is "taboo." Vinson said this is because often times victims know their offenders and "we tend to keep things like that out of the public eye due to embarrassment, shame or being disowned by family members or friends."

Kneishia Vinson started working with the King County Sexual Assault Resource Center after she was sexually assaulted in 2009.
More than 20 firefighters worked Sunday to battle a house fire that left a Lake Tapps home destroyed.

Home on Lake Tapps a total loss

Despite living on the lake, water was the biggest challenge for the firefighters who responded to a house fire on Lake Tapps Sunday. Dispatchers received multiple calls for the fire just before 11:30 a.m. on the 21000 block of Snag Island Drive East. The smoke could be seen from across the lake.

More than 20 firefighters worked Sunday to battle a house fire that left a Lake Tapps home destroyed.
Bears are naturally wary of humans

Four bears spotted in Bonney Lake this morning

It was reported around 5:15 a.m. Wednesday, April 20 that a homeowner had spotted four bear in their backyard in the 10600 block of 189th, according to a tweet from the Bonney Lake Police Department.

Bears are naturally wary of humans

“Dark Places”: Difficult read, slow movie | Point of Review

As I sit here writing this book versus movie of “Dark Places” by Gillian Flynn I need to be honest with you, I did not finish the book. I only read one third of it. And so this is where I will begin my review. The reason behind me not finishing the book is how it was written.

Tyler Stewart and doctor Emily Law of the Seattle Children's Pain Medicine program.

Learning new strategies to deal with migraines | Part 2

Editor's note: this is the final installment of Tyler Stewart's journey to coping with migraines with the help of Emily Law, a psychologist at Seattle Children's Pain Medicine program and a researcher at Seattle Children's Research Institute. Part 1 was printed in the 3/23 edition of the Courier-Herald.

Tyler Stewart and doctor Emily Law of the Seattle Children's Pain Medicine program.
Tyler Stewart and doctor Emily Law of the Seattle Children's Pain Medicine program.

Learning new strategies to deal with migraines

This is the first installment of Tyler Stewart’s journey to coping with migraines with the help of Emily Law, a psychologist at Seattle Children’s Pain Medicine program and a researcher at Seattle Children’s Research Institute. Part two will be printed in the 3/30 edition of the Courier-Herald.

Tyler Stewart and doctor Emily Law of the Seattle Children's Pain Medicine program.