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Hydro Driver Steve Huff seeking Sponsors for summer race season

Hydro Driver Steve Huff seeking Sponsors for summer race season

Seafair is returning to its roots of hosting the best in Northwest hydroplane racing, and recently announced that the e350 class hydroplanes will be returning this year, along with the H1 Unlimited Hydros. Local... [Read more]

SeaTac City Council approves $82 million budget; accepts $32,000 donation

SeaTac City Council approves $82 million budget; accepts $32,000 donation

By Jack Mayne Gwen Pilo, the city’s finance manager, told the SeaTac City Council that the city’s general fund was increased by $5 million from earlier estimates, while the street fund was decreased... [Read more]

Highline Bears baseball 2019 season opener will be Saturday, June 1!

Highline Bears baseball 2019 season opener will be Saturday, June 1!

The Highline Bears summer collegiate baseball team plans for a summer full of entertainment and fun, with the 2019 season opening game set for Saturday, June 1 at Mel Olson Stadium in White Center. The... [Read more]

Calling all Totems – Tyee High School Homecoming will be Friday, Dec. 14

Calling all Totems – Tyee High School Homecoming will be Friday, Dec. 14

Calling all Totems! Tyee High School’s Homecoming will be held on Friday, Dec. 14, 2018: Activities: All Week Long will include: Students will be enjoying Spirit Week. Friday, Dec. 14: 2nd Annual... [Read more]

Ribbon Cutting for Valley Ridge Sports Complex is this Saturday, Oct. 20

Ribbon Cutting for Valley Ridge Sports Complex is this Saturday, Oct. 20

The City of SeaTac is inviting the community to celebrate the upgraded Valley Ridge Sports Complex this Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018, with a Ribbon Cutting at 10 a.m. The city-funded renovation includes new... [Read more]

County Council will likely cut funding for local tourism, give $135M to Safeco Field

County Council will likely cut funding for local tourism, give $135M to Safeco Field

By Scott Schaefer On Monday, Sept. 17, the King County Council will likely vote to cut funding for tourism in the south end, yet allocate $135 million in taxpayer money to subsidize the upkeep of Safeco... [Read more]

Highline Bears & Seattle Southside Chamber’s Night at Ballpark is Aug. 11

Highline Bears & Seattle Southside Chamber’s Night at Ballpark is Aug. 11

Come watch our very own Highline Bears take on the Gresham Greywolves at Mel Olson Stadium on Saturday, Aug. 11! The Seattle Southside Chamber and the Highline Bears invite all to join them at this family... [Read more]

SeaTac to have meeting for tenants of international market that city wants to sell

SeaTac to have meeting for tenants of international market that city wants to sell

By Jack Mayne The SeaTac City Council has agreed to set up a meeting with the tenants of the SeaTac Center which the city has put up for sale, and residents have interpreted to mean closure of their mostly... [Read more]

Emergency Services Volunteers help make Special Olympics Games succeed

Emergency Services Volunteers help make Special Olympics Games succeed

SEATTLE (July 5 2017) Matthew Cullen, National Weather Service Portland Forecast Office meteorologist provides a weather briefing and forecast during the morning’s operational briefing of the 2018 Special... [Read more]

Seattle Storm’s Community Practice will be Thursday, July 12 in SeaTac

Seattle Storm’s Community Practice will be Thursday, July 12 in SeaTac

The Seattle Storm’s Kaiser Permanente Community Practice will be Thursday, July 12 at the Seattle Christian School in SeaTac. The event, which takes place from 6-8 p.m., is FREE and open to the public.... [Read more]

Highline Public Schools graduating seniors celebrate with Russell Wilson

Highline Public Schools graduating seniors celebrate with Russell Wilson

On Friday (June 8), Highline Public Schools threw a long-bomb touchdown of a party for graduating seniors, who jammed the Museum of Flight in Tukwila to celebrate their milestone with none other than Seattle... [Read more]

‘Battle of Seattle’ Disc Golf Tournament coming to area weekend of June 2-3

‘Battle of Seattle’ Disc Golf Tournament coming to area weekend of June 2-3

The ‘Battle of Seattle’ Disc Golf Tournament is coming to the SeaTac area on June 2 & 3, with competition to be held at the North SeaTac Golf Course and Lakewood Course in White Center. This... [Read more]

SeaTac Spring Chess Championship will be Saturday, March 24

SeaTac Spring Chess Championship will be Saturday, March 24

A Spring Chess Championship will be held at the SeaTac Community Center on Saturday, March. 24. All chess programs are FREE All kids are welcome Each SeaTac elementary school competes, with their top... [Read more]

Opening of Angle Lake Park Nature Trail celebrated with Ribbon Cutting

Opening of Angle Lake Park Nature Trail celebrated with Ribbon Cutting

City Councilmembers and City staff cut ribbons to officially open the new nature trail at Angle Lake Park on Monday, Dec. 11. “Despite the cold temperatures, the sun was out and we dedicated the... [Read more]

Community meeting on Valley Ridge Park sportfield renovations is Oct. 23

Community meeting on Valley Ridge Park sportfield renovations is Oct. 23

A community meeting to discuss the Valley Ridge Park sportfield renovations will held on Monday, Oct. 23, from 6–7:30 p.m. Topics on the agenda include replacing the existing synthetic turf on fields... [Read more]

Give Blood & enter to meet Seahawk Bobby Wagner at a private party

Give Blood & enter to meet Seahawk Bobby Wagner at a private party

Want to hang out with Seattle Linebacker Bobby Wagner at a private party at the end of football season? You can – here’s how: Every time you attend a center or mobile drive and register to donate... [Read more]

Hydroplane racing returning to Angle Lake weekend of Sept. 9-10

Hydroplane racing returning to Angle Lake weekend of Sept. 9-10

Hydroplane racing will return to SeaTac’s Angle Lake the weekend of Sept. 9-10, as the second annual Frank Hanson Memorial Regatta will take place! From the Angle Lake Shore Club Blog: Interest... [Read more]

‘Big Beer Pong Battle’ will add fun new element to Blues & Brews Fest Saturday

‘Big Beer Pong Battle’ will add fun new element to Blues & Brews Fest Saturday

If you like blues or brews – or have ever been to a frat party – at sometime in your life you may have also run across a fun little party game called ‘Beer Pong,’ where people toss ping... [Read more]

Cascade Flag Football Association Registration Open now through Sept. 1

Cascade Flag Football Association Registration Open now through Sept. 1

The Cascade Flag Football Association is Seattle’s official home for co-ed American Flag Football, welcoming LGBT and straight ally athletes of all skill levels, age groups, genders, and backgrounds.... [Read more]

Highline Premier FC’s Fall 2017 Skills Clinic starts Sept. 15

Highline Premier FC’s Fall 2017 Skills Clinic starts Sept. 15

Fall 2017 Skills Clinic – Field Player Training with Highline Premier FC Coaches – starts Sept. 15: Provides players with essential skills. Age and level appropriate training emphasizes fun, individual... [Read more]