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For Your Consideration: Poor Losers

For Your Consideration: Poor Losers

[EDITOR’S NOTE: Our newest column – by Janice Taylor – is her personal viewpoint of current issues and the City of SeaTac. It does not necessarily reflect the views of The SeaTac Blog nor... [Read more]

Arrest made in Oct. 29 SeaTac homicide

Arrest made in Oct. 29 SeaTac homicide

King County Sheriff’s detectives have made an arrest related to a homicide case that occurred in SeaTac on Oct. 29 (read our previous coverage here). Detectives arrested a 39-year old Seattle man around... [Read more]

New Free Little Library installed, thanks to an unlikely partnership

New Free Little Library installed, thanks to an unlikely partnership

Story by Jennifer Muscolo Photos by Isabel Herbruger If you have not seen a Free Little Library in your neighborhood, they look like “Magical mailboxes full of good books to read,” according to Claudia... [Read more]

City of SeaTac seeking public input on new ‘Pea Patch Garden Site’

City of SeaTac seeking public input on new ‘Pea Patch Garden Site’

The City of SeaTac is inviting residents to provide input in the ‘Pea Patch Garden Site Selection Survey.’ The City defines a “Pea Patch” garden as “any land gardened by a group... [Read more]

Supreme Court rules Port must pay $15/hour wage at Sea-Tac Airport

Supreme Court rules Port must pay $15/hour wage at Sea-Tac Airport

by Jack Mayne The Washington State Supreme Court on Thursday (Aug. 20) ruled that the Port of Seattle must pay the $15 per hour wages that were approved by SeaTac. The court – in a 5 to 4 vote – upheld... [Read more]

The Genesis Project is seeking donations for local Prostitution survivors

The Genesis Project is seeking donations for local Prostitution survivors

by Andrea Krook The Genesis Project, a SeaTac non-profit dedicated to helping local women out of prostitution, is in need of donations.  The Genesis Project’s drop-in center staff provides prostitution... [Read more]

Police seek help finding truck that may be related to body found in SeaTac park

Police seek help finding truck that may be related to body found in SeaTac park

The King County Sheriff’s Office announced Sunday (Aug. 16) that they are seeking the public’s help finding a pickup truck that may be related to the body found last Saturday at SeaTac’s... [Read more]

11-year old boy pursued in police chase in SeaTac

11-year old boy pursued in police chase in SeaTac

The King County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that an 11-year old boy was spotted driving recklessly, pursued and stopped in SeaTac Wednesday afternoon (Aug. 12) around 3:45 p.m. That’s right... [Read more]

Private SeaTac meetings legal, says AG official; Anderson disputes editorial

Private SeaTac meetings legal, says AG official; Anderson disputes editorial

by Jack Mayne Committees of the SeaTac City Council can legally meet behind closed doors, despite the objections of at least one Council member and some close observers of the Council. thea The Washington... [Read more]

Volunteers needed: Community Salmon Investigation for Highline; starts Oct. 1

Volunteers needed: Community Salmon Investigation for Highline; starts Oct. 1

Volunteers are needed to help with the annual Community Salmon Investigation for Highline (aka “CSI: Highline”), which starts Oct. 1. “We are looking for adventurous volunteers to... [Read more]