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Wed, 06/15/11

Press release: What do thousands of athletes in such notable 2011 events as the ING New York City Marathon, the Bank of America Chicago Marathon, and the Dodge Rock 'N' Roll Seattle Marathon & Half Marathon have in common? The opportunity to…MORE

Wed, 06/15/11

Winners of the annual Highline High School Alumni Association scholarships gathered at Sal's Deli in Burien recently. They are, back row, from left, Patrick Ufkes, Walter Guity, Jon Koch, Sam Viklund. Middle row, Alex Lopez-Wilson, Audrey Arbow,…MORE

Wed, 06/15/11

At the age of 70, after a full 47 years of teaching at Highline High School, David Craig is retiring this summer.

Over the years, Craig has acted as a business teacher, information technology teacher, Future Business Leaders of America (…MORE

Wed, 06/15/11

The city of SeaTac will host the 16th Annual International Festival Saturday, June 25 and Sunday, June 26 at Angle Lake Park.

Other event sponsors include the Rotary Club of SeaTac, Southwest King County Chamber of Commerce and the Matt…MORE

Fri, 06/10/11

Diana Holman, who previously filed for Burien City Council Position 4, is the only Highline city council candidate to withdraw before the June 16 deadline. Holman cited family privacy concerns. Her withdrawal leaves incumbent Gordon M. Shaw…MORE

Fri, 06/10/11

Jayson Boehm pleaded guilty Thursday, June 9 to four counts of unlicensed practice of medicine, forgery and first-degree theft.

He could be sentenced to a maximum of 14 months in prison. His sentencing hearing is next month.

Boehm…MORE

Fri, 06/10/11

Deadline for receiving items for Community Calendar is 5 p.m. Wednesday for the following week's Times/News. Events are published based on timeliness and space availability. Email submissions to: hteditor@robinsonnews.com

Items can be…MORE

Thu, 06/09/11

The Highline School Board gave final approval June 8 to adoption of "Math in Focus (The Singapore Approach)" as the new textbook material for elementary math instruction.

The board also supplemented the textbooks with plans for strong…MORE

Thu, 06/09/11

Burien City Manager Mike Martin clarified June 6 the city's process on a decision concerning North Highline annexation after a local blog published a story about the possible "fast-tracking" of the process.

Three speakers at the council…MORE

Thu, 06/09/11

Copper wire thieves are now looking skyward for their quarry, scaling power lines in King County and City of Seattle to cut out the coveted wires and scrap them for money, according to King County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. John Urquhart.

Power…MORE

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