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PHOTOS: Workers Rally in SeaTac in Support of Airport Jobs

PHOTOS: Workers Rally in SeaTac in Support of Airport Jobs

If you drove past Sea-Tac International Airport on Saturday afternoon, you might have noticed a bit of excitement happening along International Boulevard. The occasion was a rally and march in support... [Read more]

LOST: ‘Laike,’ Female Rottweiler Missing from 14000 Block of 24th Ave South

LOST: ‘Laike,’ Female Rottweiler Missing from 14000 Block of 24th Ave South

LOST: “Laike” a Female 5 year old Rottweiler is missing from the 14000 block of 24th Ave South in SeaTac (map below). “She was in a fight with a pit bull a few weeks ago, has shaved... [Read more]

SeaTac Liquor Store Rights Sold for $340,100

SeaTac Liquor Store Rights Sold for $340,100

The Washington State Liquor Control Board has auctioned the rights to apply for a spirits retail liquor license at 167 state-run liquor stores statewide, including five in South King County, with the SeaTac... [Read more]

Advertiser Bikram Yoga Burien Updates Coupon – $45 for 1 Mo. Unlimited Yoga!

Advertiser Bikram Yoga Burien Updates Coupon – $45 for 1 Mo. Unlimited Yoga!

Friends of the Blog and Advertisers Bikram Yoga Burien want our Readers to know that they’ve updated their Coupon, so now you can really stretch your dollars further – they’re offering one... [Read more]

SeaTac Police Services to Stay Stable, says Chief Jim Graddon

SeaTac Police Services to Stay Stable, says Chief Jim Graddon

SeaTac Police Chief Jim Graddon by Jack Mayne Changes in the way the King County Sheriff’s office deploys its men and women around the county will have no effect on the way the SeaTac Police operate,... [Read more]

LETTER: SeaTac City Council Has a ‘Pattern of Keeping Citizens in the Dark…’

LETTER: SeaTac City Council Has a ‘Pattern of Keeping Citizens in the Dark…’

In a not too surprising move the SeaTac City Council voted 4-3 to shield Citizens from hearing about $5K to $35,000 spending authorizations and raising it to $50K in the Council Meeting on April 10. The... [Read more]

South King Media Photographer to Speak at PowellsWood Garden May 12

South King Media Photographer to Speak at PowellsWood Garden May 12

Award-winning South King Media photojournalist Michael Brunk will be a featured presenter this year with Federal Way’s citywide Buds & Blooms festival on Mother’s Day weekend, May 12-13. Buds... [Read more]

Donations Sought for Devastated Father of Murdered Teenage Girl

Donations Sought for Devastated Father of Murdered Teenage Girl

The late Jasmyn Tully, left, with her Father Steve. In the early morning hours of March 17, 2012, single parent Stephen Tully’s only child, 17-year old Jasmyn Tully, was murdered in her sleep by... [Read more]

Class Action Lawsuit Against Port of Seattle Over 3rd Runway Denied

Class Action Lawsuit Against Port of Seattle Over 3rd Runway Denied

Lawyer Darrell Cochran answers questions during an April 2009 community meeting. On Monday (April 9), a King County judge denied class action status for over 300 homeowners who sued the Port of Seattle... [Read more]

There’s a New Sheriff in King County, and His Name is Steve Strachan

There’s a New Sheriff in King County, and His Name is Steve Strachan

On Monday (April 2), the King County Council appointed Steve Strachan as the new King County Sheriff, succeeding Sue Rahr, who left March 31 to become director of the Washington State Criminal Justice... [Read more]