information from the City of Burien
The Burien City Council is discussing a potential ban on single use plastics in Burien because of concerns about the damaging effects of plastics in the natural environment. The City of Burien strategic plan calls for the City to protect and improve the quality of Burien’s natural environment.
Joyce Pavlick passed away in Wenatchee, Washington on September 4, 2018, where she had lived for the last 9 months near her children. She was born on June 25, 1925 in the small town of Lansing, Iowa to Alice and Arthur Greenley. Her family, including her grandparents and brother Bob, survived t
A large homeless encampment that grew across the street from the more established encampment called Camp Second Chance on Myers Way SW has been cleared out by Seattle Police. It became a source of many complaints from area residents who linked it to crime and trash in the area.
Seattle Police Crime Prevention Coordinator Jennifer Danner in a statement today said," The SW Precinct would like to inform our community that the Myers Way encampment has officially be dismantled.
By Gwen Davis
Our news partner Q13 Fox News has reported that a man was shot in the stomach around 4 am in North Highline.
Q13 posted "According to the King County Sheriff’s Office, a 27-year-old man was shot in the stomach in the 12400 block of Ambaum Boulevard SW.
His brother took him to Highline Hospital, where he was treated for non life-threatening injuries.
Detectives have not released the victim’s name or identified a suspect in the shooting."
By Tim Clinton
West Seattle's Pryor in Idaho
West Seattle graduate Nate Pryor is going to play basketball for the North Idaho College Cardinals in Coeur d'Alene this winter after being originally recruited by the University of Washington but not being on the roster there last year. The Cardinals are the defending NWAC champions.
McPherson playing libero at UW