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Wed, 01/18/06

In January 2002, Don Wasson was selected mayor of Des Moines by the three new city council members whose campaigns he supported prior to the 2001 general election.

Fifteen months later, Wasson was gone from the council, having resigned as…MORE

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Wed, 01/18/06

Federal Way parents might wholeheartedly agree with Susan Kovalik when she asserts that the teenage brain operates differently than that of an adult.

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Wed, 01/18/06

The Seattle premiere of Douglas Carter Beane's play, "As Bees in Honey Drown," opens tonight (Jan. 18) at ArtsWest Playhouse.

The play has been dubbed "a witty, satirical comedy about the pitfalls of desperately seeking fame at all costs…MORE

Wed, 01/18/06

Some of the fragile peace between the Port of Seattle and neighboring airport communities has washed away this winter after a string of environmental incidents at the third runway site.

The state Ecology Department has fined the Port of…MORE

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House Bill 2370

By a vote of 97 to 0 in the House of Representatives and 48 to 0 in the Senate on Jan. 11, the Legislature approved HB 2370. The bill appropriates $7.6 million for…MORE

Wed, 01/18/06

The Burien Council decided Jan. 9 to select an outside agency to conduct an investigation into allegations of ethics violations against new Mayor Joan McGilton and Councilman Gordon Shaw.

On a 4-1 vote, with new Deputy Mayor Jack Block Jr…MORE

Wed, 01/18/06

Patricia Davis was elected president of the Port of Seattle Commission by her fellow commissioners .

Other officers for 2006 are: Lloyd Hara, Vice President; Alec Fisken, Secretary; John Creighton, Assistant Secretary and Bob Edwards,…MORE

Wed, 01/18/06

Outsider councilman Gene Fisher became an insider Jan. 3 after lawmakers unanimously selected him as SeaTac’s new mayor.

Fisher was first elected to the council six years ago as a limited-government, pro-small business reformer. He was re-…MORE

Wed, 01/18/06

The West Seattle Chamber of Commerce wants permanent directional signs put up along State Route 99 and Interstate 5 showing the way to Alki Beach and perhaps other West Seattle attractions such as Lincoln Park.

Executive Director Patti…MORE

Wed, 01/18/06

The city of SeaTac will hold a public meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 25, for a discussion of land use around the two planned local Light Rail stations.

Representatives of Sound Transit will be on hand to answer questions as well.

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