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Wed, 07/27/05

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A sharply divided Burien City Council rejected on July 18 staff's recommendation to grant KPG Inc.

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Wed, 07/27/05

The Tukwila Pantry, a food bank that has been serving families in South King County for five years, has an immediate need of additional funding to continue its mission of helping hungry families

"It takes many sponsors to keep an…MORE

Mon, 07/25/05

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Port of Seattle commissioners have approved the first of three agreements with the city of Des Moines that could lead to development of a business park on 90 acres of Port land near Seattle-Tacoma International…MORE

Fri, 07/22/05

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Highline public schools will spend $147.9 million during the 2005-06 fiscal year if a general operating budget presented July 13 is approved.

Under the proposed plan outlined for school board members by budget director…MORE

Fri, 07/22/05

Des Moines City Manager Tony Piasecki said last week that rumors Wal-Mart will build a store on Pacific Highway South are just that - rumors.

Piasecki was contacted by the Times/News, which had received an unconfirmed report that Wal-Mart…MORE

Fri, 07/22/05

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Sean Yates is dredging up the dirt in Burien - for planting, that is.

Yates' passion for plants blossomed in May into a garden shop in Olde Burien brimming with a bounty of plants, gardening supplies, and…MORE

Fri, 07/22/05

Sound Transit's board of directors approved July 15 plans for moving forward with extending Central Link light rail to Sea-Tac International Airport.

"We made a promise to voters to take light rail to the airport and today we found a way…MORE

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Fri, 07/22/05

Redondo-area teenager Tyler Veit recently was honored for doing the right thing.

Tyler was presented with a bicycle helmet from the Des Moines Police Department and had a $1,000 donation in his name made to Johnson & Johnson and Safe…MORE

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Fri, 07/22/05

Redondo-area teenager Tyler Veit recently was honored for doing the right thing.

Tyler was presented with a bicycle helmet from the Des Moines Police Department and had a $1,000 donation in his name made to Johnson & Johnson and Safe…MORE

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Fri, 07/22/05

Redondo-area teenager Tyler Veit recently was honored for doing the right thing.

Tyler was presented with a bicycle helmet from the Des Moines Police Department and had a $1,000 donation in his name made to Johnson & Johnson and Safe…MORE

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