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Tue, 10/25/11

This could be the most game-changing election in SeaTac since the residents voted to incorporate more than 20 years ago.

A proposition that would change SeaTac’s form of government is on the ballot for a fourth time. It lost by only 9…MORE

Tue, 10/25/11

Proponents of SeaTac Proposition 1are hoping that the fourth time is the charm as residents vote again on changing the city’s form of government.

The measure has been before voters three times previously. It failed by just 9 votes in 2009…MORE

Tue, 10/25/11

It was heartbreaking for animal lovers everywhere when news broke that a Burien house was raided Oct. 6 in a case of animal hoarding. Officials found 38 dogs in varying stages of distress, 9 of which had to be euthanized straightaway.


Tue, 10/25/11

Saturday October 29, 2011 - Noon to 4 pm SW 152nd Street in Downtown Burien

Youthful ghouls can scare up goodies by trick-or-treating at businesses marked with an orange Boo in Burien sign. Shops will also offer some otherworldly in-store…MORE

Tue, 10/25/11

Eagle Landing Park in Burien has been the home to many eagles over the years. Now a new eagle has taken permanent residence in the park. This eagle however is a carving and the city’s latest addition to an extensive collection of public art.…MORE

Fri, 10/21/11

You won’t see President Obama but you can drink some hot cider and indulge in a fun roster of activities such as microscope displays featuring local flora and fauna, a scientific drawing lab, and game stations where participants can win prizes at…MORE

Thu, 10/20/11

Press release:

Public transit is the answer during the major congestion expected on Interstate 5 and Seattle streets during the nine-day closure of the Alaskan Way Viaduct. It is the best bet for commuters looking to save their time and…MORE

Thu, 10/20/11

Highline Community College will host candidate forums on Oct. 24 and 25 at 10 a.m. in Building 7.

City Council candidates from Des Moines, Federal Way, SeaTac, Kent, Normandy Park and Tukwila have been invited. The forum is free and open…MORE

Thu, 10/20/11

Letter to the editor:

A letter that appeared in the Highline Times on October 7 may have caused some confusion about how the annexation of North Highline might impact taxpayers in Highline School District. I would like to offer some…MORE

Thu, 10/20/11

A 35-year-old SeaTac man was sent to Harborview hospital with a single gunshot wound to his hip, according to the King County Sheriff's Office.

The man is listed in serious condition.

The shooting occurred around 1:20 a.m. at the…MORE

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