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Sheriff: Increased ‘Contract’ Partnerships Expected to Increase Public Safety

Sheriff: Increased ‘Contract’ Partnerships Expected to Increase Public Safety

Sheriff Sue Rahr at a 2010 press conference. Photo by Nicholas Johnson. by Ralph Nichols King County Sheriff Sue Rahr told The B-Town Blog this week she thinks “public safety will improve as we form... [Read more]

Thursday’s ‘DUI Joe Show’ will feature an Interview with Artist Camille Patha

Thursday’s ‘DUI Joe Show’ will feature an Interview with Artist Camille Patha

The next episode of ‘The DUI Joe Show‘ (aka Joe Breidenbach) will feature an interview with nationally-recognized Artist Camille Patha, called “a pioneer Pacific Northwest Surrealist... [Read more]

Odyssey High School Designated an ‘Innovative School’

Odyssey High School Designated an ‘Innovative School’

Students at Odyssey High School will not be required starting this fall to earn “traditional credits and graduation requirements,” but instead will be expected to demonstrate mastery of core... [Read more]

17-Year Old SeaTac Girl Stabbed to Death

17-Year Old SeaTac Girl Stabbed to Death

KING5.com is reporting that a 17-year-old SeaTac girl died of stab wounds early Saturday (March 17), and that a 17-year old boy has been arrested and charged with her murder. Police say that, shortly before... [Read more]

SeaTac Council extends red light cameras; approves fresh food resolution

SeaTac Council extends red light cameras; approves fresh food resolution

by Jack Mayne The SeaTac City Council approved a two year extension of its contract with Redflex for three red light cameras that cost the city nearly $15,000 a month. This is the second and final extension... [Read more]

LETTER: ‘Let’s Talk about Arsenic and Lead in Soils…’

LETTER: ‘Let’s Talk about Arsenic and Lead in Soils…’

Dear SeaTac City Council, Lets talk about arsenic and lead in soils given the wonderful presentation by the Department of Ecology (DOE) at the SeaTac Council Meeting 02/28/12 and how this most likely will... [Read more]

Want to own your own Liquor Store? State opens up public auction for 167 stores

Want to own your own Liquor Store? State opens up public auction for 167 stores

The Washington Liquor Control Board opened an online public auction Thursday of its state-run liquor stores, The Associated Press reports, beginning the process of privatizing the industry the state has... [Read more]

Enjoy a 5-Course Dinner for $14 at the Highline Classic Jazz Festival March 10

Enjoy a 5-Course Dinner for $14 at the Highline Classic Jazz Festival March 10

Burien Arts, presenters of the Highline Classic Jazz Festival, has announced that you won’t have to leave the Landmark Event Center to eat dinner – they’ve arranged with EJ’s Customer... [Read more]

Our latest Advertiser, Cascadia Herb’n Tea, has a tasty (and healing) Coupon!

Our latest Advertiser, Cascadia Herb’n Tea, has a tasty (and healing) Coupon!

Cascadia Herb'n Tea Owner Vicki Winston, right, and Rebecca Croft enjoy some tea. We’d like to welcome our latest Advertiser – Cascadia Herb’n Tea, a small, locally-owned herbal apothecary... [Read more]

Welcome our latest Advertiser, Bikram Yoga Burien, with a great Coupon!

Welcome our latest Advertiser, Bikram Yoga Burien, with a great Coupon!

We’d like to welcome our latest Advertiser to The SeaTac Blog – Bikram Yoga Burien – offering this great Coupon that will stretch your yoga dollars far: Click image to print Coupon. Opened last... [Read more]