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Kent's economy has varied as it evolved. First, hops crops were prominent in the 1880s, then the city went to dairy farming after the turn of the 20th century, followed by Kent being identified as the "Lettuce Capital of the World," and then in 1965 Boeing began building in Kent. Other aerospace and high-tech companies followed suit in a few years. During its dairy farming years, Kent was home to a Carnation Condensed Milk plant.

Population: 88380
Local Newspapers: The News Tribune The Seattle Times
Local Sports Teams: Tacoma Rainiers (Pacific Coast League baseball) Tacoma Jazz (International Basketball League)
Local Colleges: Green River Community College Highline Community College

Zip Codes associated with kent, washington: 98022 98031 98032 98042
Towns/Cities near kent, washington : Midway Covington East Hill-Meridian Des Moines

Kent News
WHL Roundup: Carter Hart leads Silvertips over Blazers for 7th straight win

Carter Hart made 35 saves as the Everett Silvertips beat the Kamloops Blazers 3-1 on Saturday for their seventh straight win in Western Hockey League action. Matt Fonteyne and Patrick Bajkov scored in the first period for Everett with Eetu Tuulola adding insurance in the third.

Man wanted for kidnapping, shooting captured in Kent

Police say they've arrested man wanted in connection with a shooting and kidnapping south of Seattle in Federal Way. The News Tribune reports that police received an anonymous tip and arrested 23-year-old Ivan Alfonso Sosa Aquinaga Wednesday night near a horse barn in Kent.

King County: Teen birth rates down 55 percent

Teen birth rates have dropped by more than 55 percent in King County between 2008 and 2015, state numbers show. King County beats Washington state and the United States in keeping birth rates low.

Single mom struggles to manage debts

Kiera Mann is a hardworking professional who loves her job as an operations manager at the Kent office of an international logistics and transportation company. She is also a single mom with a son in college, two children at home, credit-card debt and lingering financial fallout from a divorce.

No high-speed boat training for Angle Lake says SeaTac City Council

The idea of a fire department rescue boat training twice a month at higher than usual speeds on Angle Lake was rejected by the SeaTac City Council during a long meeting on Tuesday meeting. Training firefighters to operate the rescue boat now kept at the Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority station at located at 3011 S. 200th St. has been at Angle Lake, but the department wanted twice-monthly training periods that would mean boats accelerating at higher than the five miles an hour normally allowed.

What Washington women could lose to Trump

Demonstrators gathered to counter a defund Planned Parenthood protest outside a Planned Parenthood in Kent, Wash. on Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017.

Government shutdown, broken friendships in dispute over Black Diamond development

Our whole whole region is growing, but no place has plans to grow faster than Black Diamond, a tiny town in southeast King County. There are no freeways out there, no light rail stops and it's about to become home to what may be the largest development in the county's history.

Torklift Founder Jon Kay an Industry Innovator

Torklift Founder Jon Kay stands in front of Torklift Central around the time it first opened its doors in 1976 Jon Kay, founder of Torklift International, passed away Feb. 2 while holding the hand of his son, Jack. He was 76. Kay established Torklift in Kent, Wash., more than 40 years ago.

Poorer Spokane students more likely to be suspended than their wealthier peers - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 PST

A person walks in front of the Spokane Public Schools administration building on Friday, February 10, 2017. So far this school year 141 first-grade students and 90 kindergarten students have been suspended in Spokane Public Schools, the second-largest district in the state.

Police: Driver flees after fatal hit-run crash in Kent

Authorities are trying to locate a driver suspected of fleeing on foot after a deadly hit-and-run collision that killed a woman in the south King County city of Kent. Kent Police Commander Jarod Kasner said in a news release that the woman, who was a passenger in the vehicle that was hit, died from her injuries following Saturday night's crash.

Travelers Stuck In Central Washington Moving Again After Passes Reopen

A snow blower sends snow flying through the air during clearing efforts of US-2 Stevens Pass on Friday. The pass opened to traffic shortly after 12 p.m..

Blue Origin Prepares to Build Its Florida Rocket Launch Complex

Jeff Bezos' rocket company Blue Origin has begun site preparation for an orbital launch complex and rocket engine test stand at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The 300-acre site will be built on land that previously hosted a trio of Atlas rocket launch pads.

Life 39 mins ago 11:24 a.m.Kids support fast food worker, victim of racism

WHITE CENTER, Wash. A mom in Kent, Washington, found a way to make an instance of racism a teachable and inspiring moment for her daughter.

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Job Description Harris M-1000 web press operator Looking for multiple skilled First and Second Press Operators. Offset Web Press experience is a must.

New details emerge as woman charged with fatal hit-and-run at Sammamish park

The whereabouts of a gold Infiniti SUV allegedly used last week to run down a 22-year-old man at a Sammamish park is still unknown, but charges filed Wednesday against the woman arrested in connection with his death provide new details of the chaotic incident. Ka'Deidre Rials, 23, of Kent, was charged with felony hit-and-run for failing to stop and provide aid to Moises Radcliffe , who fired multiple shots at Rials' vehicle as he apparently tried to stop the SUV from leaving Beaver Lake Park, charging papers say.

"Boogie Woogie" grandma surprises family with dance Read Story Jennifer King

When her daughter Alta was visiting from Kent, Washington this week, they put on some of mom's favorite music. It was a mix of "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy," an iconic war time tune by The Andrews Sister.

Murder suspect shot by police in Des Moines; Murder took place in Sammamish

King County Sheriff's detectives received information that a man believed to be connected to the Beaver Lake Park homicide in Sammamish early this week was in an apartment in the 21600 block of 29 Ave S in the City of Des Moines. Sheriff's deputies and detectives were outside of the apartment when the suspect and another man exited.

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