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Suburban King County Council on Gangs taking Survey on Violence

Suburban King County Council on Gangs taking Survey on Violence

If you’re like many area residents, you may be concerned about increasing violence in the area. Well here’s your chance to let your voice be heard – a group calling itself the Suburban King... [Read more]

Dr. Susan Enfield ‘Thrilled, Honored’ with Chance to Lead Highline Schools

Dr. Susan Enfield ‘Thrilled, Honored’ with Chance to Lead Highline Schools

Dr. Susan Enfield at the press conference announcing her acceptancs of the Highline School District Superintendent job Tuesday, Feb. 28. Story & Photos by Ralph Nichols Saying she is “thrilled and... [Read more]

Port of Seattle illegally gave Aviation High School $13.6 million

Port of Seattle illegally gave Aviation High School $13.6 million

by Jack Mayne The Port of Seattle illegally gave the Highline School District $13.6 million for the construction and operation of Aviation High School. “The Port is not authorized to contribute funding... [Read more]

Susan Enfield offered Highline Schools Superintendent job

Susan Enfield offered Highline Schools Superintendent job

Dr. Susan Enfield at the public forum in Burien Feb. 24. Photo by Scott Schaefer. The Highline School Board on Monday afternoon (Feb. 27) announced that they have offered the superintendent position to... [Read more]

‘We Can Move from Really Good to Really Great’ – Superintendent Candidate Garcia

‘We Can Move from Really Good to Really Great’ – Superintendent Candidate Garcia

by Jack Mayne The second of three finalist candidates for a new Highline School District superintendent told an audience of about 75 people Thursday night (Feb. 23) that he would not make a decision to... [Read more]

Schools Superintendent Candidate Engle Says Digital Education is Key

Schools Superintendent Candidate Engle Says Digital Education is Key

Dr. David Engle by Jack Mayne Dr. David Engle, a candidate for superintendent of the Highline School District, says keeping the schools moving forward on an established forward track while financing was... [Read more]

Citizen’s Police Academy, CERT Training Starting in March At SeaTac City Hall

Citizen’s Police Academy, CERT Training Starting in March At SeaTac City Hall

Two programs aimed at helping citizens understand how police and emergency services personnel work are starting in March: CITIZEN’S ACADEMY Together with Burien and SeaTac Police Services, a program... [Read more]

Welcome Advertiser Karuna Arts Yoga, With A New Location & Coupon!

Welcome Advertiser Karuna Arts Yoga, With A New Location & Coupon!

We’d like to welcome back Advertiser Karuna Arts Yoga, which recently moved to a nice new location in Des Moines (605 South 223rd Street), and which is offering the following great Coupon: Click... [Read more]

Advertiser ‘The Tag Zone’ Extends Its 2-For-1 Coupon!

Advertiser ‘The Tag Zone’ Extends Its 2-For-1 Coupon!

Advertiser The Tag Zone, which recently moved to Des Moines, has extended its exclusive Coupon that will get you a FREE hour of play with every one paid through March 15, 2012: Click image to print Coupon. The... [Read more]

TUNE-IN: SoKing Internet Radio Will Launch Online LIVE Tonight At 6 p.m.!

TUNE-IN: SoKing Internet Radio Will Launch Online LIVE Tonight At 6 p.m.!

I was born with music inside me. Music was one of my parts. Like my ribs, my kidneys, my liver, my heart. Like my blood. It was a force already within me when I arrived on the scene. It was a necessity... [Read more]

LETTER: ‘In SeaTac Free Speech … Is Feared’

LETTER: ‘In SeaTac Free Speech … Is Feared’

Hello Everyone, In last night’s SeaTac Council meeting Agenda Bill #3400 (restricting the public’s input) passed with some modifications partially restoring Public comment during meetings. With... [Read more]

Residents Speak Up Against Not Being Able To Speak At SeaTac Council Meeting

Residents Speak Up Against Not Being Able To Speak At SeaTac Council Meeting

by Jack Mayne The first five people to speak at the SecTac City Council meeting Tuesday night (Feb. 14) were forcefully speaking against changes in council rules that would shorten the time citizens and... [Read more]

B-TOWN BLOG: Police Seeking Help Finding Burien Home Invasion Robbers

B-TOWN BLOG: Police Seeking Help Finding Burien Home Invasion Robbers

Our sister site The B-Town Blog has posted the following photos provided by the King County Sheriff’s Office, which is seeking the public’s help in finding the suspects in a Burien home invasion... [Read more]

City Seeking Input on ‘Access to Corner Stores & Fresh Food Questionnaire’

City Seeking Input on ‘Access to Corner Stores & Fresh Food Questionnaire’

The City of SeaTac would like to know what residents think about finding and buying fresh food in SeaTac, and they’re conducting a survey. “As part of a grant from the Centers for Disease Control... [Read more]

Majority of Highline School District Rated ‘Good’

Majority of Highline School District Rated ‘Good’

by Jack Mayne The majority of the 36 schools in the Highline School District were rated as good, very good or exemplary, for the 2010-2011 school year by the State Board of Education. The remaining 15... [Read more]

Councilmember Pam Fernald Appointed To Joint Recommendations Committee

Councilmember Pam Fernald Appointed To Joint Recommendations Committee

The City of SeaTac announced Tuesday (Feb. 7) that Councilmember Pam Fernald has been named to the King County Joint Recommendations Committee (JRC), an inter-jurisdictional body that provides specific... [Read more]