Highline Times - Features

Wed, 02/15/12

(Editor’s note: the following is a preview for Greg McCorkle’s photography show that will be on display at Proletariat Pizza in White Center as part of White Center’s Art Walk. McCorkle is a freelance photographer who has covered many events –…MORE

Mon, 02/13/12

By Gwen Davis

All you peanut butter sandwiches out there, fear not – there are 3,000 more jars of jelly in Des Moines these days, which means that more of you sandwiches will get that sinfully sweet condiment you deserve. That’s thanks to…MORE

Thu, 02/09/12

While many local residents enjoy visiting the modern Burien Library, some may find a trip to the SW 152nd St. facility either inconvenient or impossible. Enormous bookmobiles are great, but for many they park too far from their homes.


Wed, 02/08/12

The January snow and ice storm was a telling moment for King County Deputy BJ Myers, the 30-year-old Maple Valley native who took over the recently reinstated storefront deputy position in White Center after a strong community push convinced the…MORE

Mon, 02/06/12

When I went to the SeaTac Senior Center dance, I wasn’t looking for a couple to feature for Valentine’s Day, but I sure found one.

The floor was full of couples dancing to the old tunes, but one couple stood out. It wasn’t just that they…MORE

Mon, 02/06/12

The annual Daddy and Daughter Valentine's Ball took place on Feb. 4 at the Burien Community Center. Photographer Gordon Weeks captured these images.



Mon, 01/23/12

When most of us think of someone living to be 100, we might imagine a pale figure staring at the ceiling, waiting for the Lord to finally come.

This does not describe Ed Witzke. In fact, he’s in such good health, they just did hip surgery…MORE

Mon, 01/23/12

(Editor’s Note: Charlie Ganong offers a poignant story about a special tree in Highline, followed by Jerry Robinson’s memory of a chance meeting years ago in Boston.)

Jerry, Thanks for sending us the picture of my mom and the "historic…MORE

Mon, 01/16/12

Our family home in the heart of Seattle was fine and dandy decades ago with plenty of room for five kids, as well as visiting friends and neighbors. It was near Denny Way and walking distance to Pike Place Market.

Describing that same…MORE

Mon, 01/09/12

By Christina Kale

At age 22, Sahaya Corkern is deceptively small. But, even born with spina bifida, she doesn’t see herself as confined to a wheelchair. “I do almost everything for myself,” she says.

Alone, she rides the bus from…MORE

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