Highline Times - Features

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

Mon, 12/26/11

Controversies continued in 2011.

Most of them were left over from years past or flared up one again such as Burien annexation and the SeaTac Elected Mayor Proposition.


Here is a month-by-…MORE

Sat, 12/24/11

2011 has been a remarkable year and this community has seen some amazing events we will bring you next week in a year end review. But for now, whether you are home with family, enjoying some time off, sampling holiday goodies or just enjoying the…MORE

Tue, 12/20/11

A couple of weeks ago on Dec. 7, the United States commemorated the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor.

For most people, Pearl Harbor is now a history lesson found in textbooks. However, 88-year-old SeaTac resident Joe Dixon…MORE

Fri, 12/16/11

Thursday evening radio controlled and pre-programed robots took over the sound lab at the Burien Public Library. The Highline High Tekerz Robotics Team, known as FIRST #3574, was there to show off their completion robot and learn project…MORE

Mon, 11/21/11

Fall leaves glisten in the sun at Lake Burien School Park with the school’s old arch in the background.


Wed, 11/09/11

In March, 1945, an FM-2 Navy Grumman fighter plane took off from the flight deck of the USS Petrof Bay on a strafing mission of the beaches of Okinawa. Fourteen years later, that same plane landed in a park in White Center, where local kids…MORE

Tue, 11/08/11

By Kregg P.J. Jorgenson

Most martial arts champions enjoy a short stay in the winner’s circle.

Time, tough opponents, and injuries each take their toll, and any time they do have in the limelight is usually hard fought and harder…MORE

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