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Wed, 07/27/05

NEWS-TRIBUNE

Legends are seldom recognized in their own time. For Wanda Jackson, it took nearly three decades before she realized that she was a trailblazer for women in rock 'n' roll.

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Wed, 07/27/05

ROBINSON NEWSPAPERS

If the North Highline area were to incorporate and become Washington's newest city, its residents and businesses would generate about $11.3 million in tax revenue every year, according to a study released last week.…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

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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

Times/News Correspondent

Chuck never dreamed that 33 years later he would be back aboard ship again, this time underway with his 22-year-old daughter, Desiree - a U.S.

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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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