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Hyde Shuttle Offers Free Transportation for Seniors & Disabled in SeaTac

Hyde Shuttle Offers Free Transportation for Seniors & Disabled in SeaTac

The Hyde Shuttle began operating a combined route in the Cities of SeaTac and Tukwila June 4, 2012. The Hyde Shuttle provides free rides to seniors (55 years of age or older) and to people with disabilities.... [Read more]

SeaTac Police Chief Jim Graddon is Continuing a Family Tradition of Service

SeaTac Police Chief Jim Graddon is Continuing a Family Tradition of Service

by Jack Mayne Jim Graddon may be a high ranking major in the King County Sheriff’s office, but he makes it clear that his primary job is as chief of the SeaTac Police Department. For the past five years,... [Read more]

City of SeaTac Hires Gwen Voelpel as its new Assistant City Manager

City of SeaTac Hires Gwen Voelpel as its new Assistant City Manager

The City of SeaTac recently announced the selection of Gwen Voelpel as its new Assistant City Manager. “We are so fortunate to have someone of Gwen’s caliber and experience join our team,” said... [Read more]

City of SeaTac Wins Distinguished Accounting Award for 19th Year

City of SeaTac Wins Distinguished Accounting Award for 19th Year

The City of SeaTac announced Wednesday (June 20) that it has been awarded a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Accounting for its comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR) for 2010... [Read more]

SeaTac Wins Well City Award for 8th Year

SeaTac Wins Well City Award for 8th Year

The City of SeaTac has won the Well City Award from the Association of Washington Cities Employee Benefit Trust for the eighth consecutive year. The Association of Washington Cities (AWC) said, “84 cities... [Read more]

Highline Teacher Darcy Smith Selected as Regional Teacher of the Year

Highline Teacher Darcy Smith Selected as Regional Teacher of the Year

Left to right: HPS Deputy Superintendent Carla Jackson, Darcy Smith, Interim Superintendent Alan Spicciati. Photo courtesy Highline School District. Darcy Smith, a sixth grade literacy teacher at SeaTac’s... [Read more]

South King Media Photographer Hangs Art at Scotch and Vine June 11

South King Media Photographer Hangs Art at Scotch and Vine June 11

Award-winning South King Media photojournalist Michael Brunk will have a selection of his photographs featured at The Scotch and Vine in Des Moines throughout June.  The photos are being hung in the restaurant’s... [Read more]

Regional Storytelling Festival Debuts at PowellsWood in July

Regional Storytelling Festival Debuts at PowellsWood in July

For thousands of years, the role of the storyteller has been to educate, entertain, and enchant listeners, young and old. Storytelling celebrates the wisdom and diversity of human experience, often using... [Read more]

The Historic Sunnydale Saloon is For Sale

The Historic Sunnydale Saloon is For Sale

The historic Sunnydale Saloon, located at 14404 Des Moines Memorial Drive in SeaTac, and in business for over 70 years, is apparently for sale. According to a Craigslist Ad: The Sunnydale Saloon has... [Read more]

LETTER: Regarding ICLEI – ‘I really wish this were a crackpot conspiracy theory’

LETTER: Regarding ICLEI – ‘I really wish this were a crackpot conspiracy theory’

Dear Editor – It appears those who wish to “control” rather than “sustain” are duping us. You cannot talk about ICLEI without learning about UN Agenda 21. I heard of UN Agenda... [Read more]