Wed, 10/05/05

LOOK UP, FOLKS. It seems that most people never look up or they would have the pleasure of seeing osprey along Alki. Here's a shot of an osprey that, even when a small crowd gathered, seemed unperturbed by all the attention. Before the first two…MORE

Wed, 10/05/05


SeaTac's hearing examiner - not city lawmakers - will decide on a conditional use permit for the light-rail link to Sea-Tac International Airport and SeaTac city center.

Sound Transit is planning to extend the light rail…MORE

Wed, 10/05/05

Burien City Council

Regular council meetings are on the first and third Mondays of each month at 7 p.m.

Meetings are held at the Burien City Council chambers, 415 S.W. 150th St.

For information, call 206-241-4647.


Wed, 10/05/05

The Port of Seattle is offering $300,000 in grants to local governments or interested groups for projects that will enhance streams near Sea-Tac International Airport.

These grants will provide $150,000 for projects in the Des Moines Creek…MORE

Wed, 10/05/05


Highline School Board members and district staffers have been struggling with the need to move Aviation High School students off the Duwamish campus of South Seattle Community College next year.

Using the closed Sunnydale…MORE


Thu, 09/29/05

John Kane is on the phone. On the other end of the line, Seattle Port Commissioner Alec Fisken is congratulating Kane on his run at Port Commission Seat No. 3. The results of the primary election are only one day old but there is a clear sense of…MORE

Thu, 09/29/05

Robinson Newspapers

For almost two years, North Highline residents have wondered how their monthly bills and yearly taxes could change if they are annexed by Seattle, join Burien or form their own city.

The cost of some services…MORE

Thu, 09/29/05

Everyone around Puget Sound talks about salmon.


Thu, 09/29/05

King County's 2005 Performance Network continues this weekend with "There Goes the Neighborhood," a conceptual piece created by artists Sutton Beres Culler.

The work will be at Des Moines Field House Park on Sunday, Oct. 2, from 1 to 4 p.m…MORE

Thu, 09/29/05

Walkers and runners, cancer survivors, community leaders, team captains and hard workers.

All are needed to make the American Cancer Society's first Relay For Life in the Highline area a reality.

The first volunteer committee…MORE

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