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Several South Sound players advanced Monday in the first round of qualifying for the men’s main draw at the Pacific Northwest Open at Tacoma Lawn Tennis Club.
Kyle Seager continues his SoDo tear with a pair of RBI singles as the Mariners jump to an early lead and cruise to a win at Safeco Field
Brush Prairie’s Lindsay Aho has both evolved as a player and gained publicity after a reality TV stint with “Big Break Florida”
Erasmo Ramirez, who made four starts for Triple-A Tacoma, will start for the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night at Safeco Field against the New York Mets.
Fife announces the resignation of eight-year Police Chief Brad Blackburn, a decision the city says was “long-planned.” But some are questioning the circumstances of his departure.
Five Kent police officers have been placed on paid administrative leave as a result of Sunday’s manhunt, shootout and explosion, according to police officials.
Puyallup Eagles refuses to host free memorial for former club president, who had dementia, over unpaid dues
Donald E. Peters was very involved with the Puyallup Eagles for 50 years. His family is upset that the club wouldn’t let them use the facility for a memorial service after he died . The club says it tried to work with the family.
World Vision youth volunteers fill 200 backpacks with supplies and personal notes for Central American children.
Step into Moss+Mineral and you’ll never find the same thing twice. Mixed media artist Lisa Kinoshita has created a little rabbit-hole Wonderland for mid-century design and groovy plant art like funky terrariums and succulents that look like desert rocks. Right now, though, there’s ...
Evergreen Elementary would receive funding under proposals by U.S. Sen. Patty Murray and Rep. Denny Heck.