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Tue, 12/20/05

Burien residents had an opportunity to view the latest designs for the planned 57,000-square-foot City Hall/King County Regional Library at an open house Dec.

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Tue, 12/20/05

"What's the single biggest concern facing public schools in Washington today?" she asked, almost rhetorically, before biting into a tuna salad sandwich from Marlene's Deli.

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Tue, 12/20/05

What does it cost to run a successful campaign for public office in Federal Way?

Michael Morgan, who was elected municipal judge in Federal Way last month and will start his new job on January 1, 2006, spent a total of $40,608 on his…MORE

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Tue, 12/20/05

On December 2, within the space of twenty minutes, Jaime Pourier went from crying tears of anguish and loss to weeping with gratitude.

A resident of the Twin Lakes area, the 24-year-old single mother had taken her young daughter to the…MORE

Tue, 12/20/05

The Federal Way Public Schools Winter Break has been extended to include Monday, the day after New Year's Day. At its regular board meeting on Dec. 13, the FWPS Board voted that January 2, 2006 will NOT be a school day, and May 30, 2006 will be…MORE

Tue, 12/20/05

King County parks users will reach parks managers when they fill out an Internet survey at http://tellkingcountyparks.com.

Managers and staff will receive real-time survey comments about conditions, safety concerns or suggestions for…MORE

Tue, 12/20/05

SeaTac City Council members have budgeted $2 million next year to rebuild a fire station, but haven't decided which one.

Lawmakers unanimously approved Dec. 13 an amendment to leave the $2 million in the budget, but exclude naming the…MORE

Tue, 12/20/05

A strong majority of West Seattle voters agreed with their fellow Seattleites to derail the monorail in last month's general election but West Seattle was only slightly more restrained in its opposition than people in the rest of the city.

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Tue, 12/20/05

SeaTac will help fund a student health clinic at Tyee High School.

City council members agreed in a 4-3 vote Dec.

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Tue, 12/20/05

Seattle Public Schools wants to improve their market share and increase enrollment at their schools and part of the West Seattle effort was a yellow school bus tour of four schools which focused on each school's special academic goals and…MORE

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