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VIDEO: Watch amazing satellite photo time lapse of the region from 1984-2016

VIDEO: Watch amazing satellite photo time lapse of the region from 1984-2016

The Google Earth Engine has released a new “Time Lapse” feature, which includes sequences of satellite photos spanning from 1984-present, including this cool one of our region below. One of... [Read more]

Puget Sound Weather Geek: Super Typhoon Songda threatens the Northwest

Puget Sound Weather Geek: Super Typhoon Songda threatens the Northwest

If the transition from summer to fall felt like a comfortable adjustment, then buckle up; because this weekend will make you feel like you stepped into December…in 2006…

Tree removal near Sea-Tac Airport being required by the Feds, not the Port

Tree removal near Sea-Tac Airport being required by the Feds, not the Port

By Jack Mayne The proposed cutting down of “the draconian 2,270 trees” in the flight path corridors at Sea-Tac Airport was highlighted at the SeaTac City Council session Tuesday night (Sept. 13),... [Read more]

Volunteers urgently needed for Blood Drive on Monday, Aug. 22

Volunteers urgently needed for Blood Drive on Monday, Aug. 22

Volunteers are urgently needed for a Blood Drive this coming Monday, Aug. 22, at Prince of Peace Lutheran Fellowship Hall, located at 19030 8th Ave. S. in SeaTac. Here’s more info: The blood center... [Read more]

Puget Sound Weather Geek: Here’s your 4th of July weekend weather forecast

Puget Sound Weather Geek: Here’s your 4th of July weekend weather forecast

Press “Play” button to view/hear the live, local weather stream. by Chris Scragg Puget Sound Weather Geek Happy 4th of July weekend everyone! The question on everyone’s minds is probably... [Read more]

Volunteers needed for Blood Drive in SeaTac on Monday, June 13

Volunteers needed for Blood Drive in SeaTac on Monday, June 13

Volunteers are needed for a Blood Drive at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, located at 19030 8th Ave. S. in SeaTac on Monday, June 13 in the Fellowship Hall. Drive hours will be from 12:30 p.m.... [Read more]

For Your Consideration: When Doves Cry

For Your Consideration: When Doves Cry

[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]

Commuters prepare yourselves – Alaskan Way Viaduct closure starts this Friday

Commuters prepare yourselves – Alaskan Way Viaduct closure starts this Friday

Drivers and transit users, pay heed: there are just a few days to get ready for a closure of the State Route 99 Alaskan Way Viaduct through downtown Seattle, as it is set to close this Friday, April 29. Starting... [Read more]

S. 200th Street & 28th Avenue S. paving planned in SeaTac this week 

S. 200th Street & 28th Avenue S. paving planned in SeaTac this week 

Crews plan to place the final layer of asphalt on S. 200th Street (between 26th Ave S. & International Blvd.) and 28th Ave S. (from north of S. 204th Street to 26th Ave S.) beginning as early as Wednesday,... [Read more]

The City of SeaTac holding several events in recognition of Earth Week

The City of SeaTac holding several events in recognition of Earth Week

The City of SeaTac will hold several coordinated events in recognition of Earth Week the week of April 18: WHAT: Arbor Day Event WHERE: North SeaTac Park, Des Moines Memorial Drive & S. 136th St. WHEN:... [Read more]