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Thu, 05/26/11

Superintendent John Welch has recommended $2 million in cuts to the 2011-2012 Highline School District budget after the Legislature slashed 1.9 percent from the teachers salary schedule and 3 percent for funding of certified administrators…MORE

Wed, 05/25/11

As expected, Burien lawmakers approved May 23 sending a letter to the state Department of Ecology (DOE) rejecting several major changes to the city’s Shoreline Master Plan. Police Chief Scott Kimerer also told council members that although Burien…MORE

Wed, 05/25/11

The city of Des Moines and the King County Library System (KCLS) are at odds over surveillance camera’s and library patron’s privacy.

On March 14 an elderly man was robbed and assaulted in the parking lot of the Woodmont Library in Des…MORE

Wed, 05/25/11

John Pilbeck, left, of the Northwest Baseball Umpires Association presents Highline High baseball coach Dave Larson, center, with an plaque naming Larson the 2011 High School Varsity Coach of the Year. Umpire Fritz Timm looks on. Larson has…MORE

Wed, 05/25/11

KidSounds, YouthSounds and TeenSounds members brought along their yellow submarine when they performed "Beatlemania: A Musical Revue" at the Highline Performing Arts Center in Burien. Paula Hawkins directed the combined choirs.


Wed, 05/25/11

Alaska Airlines Captain Bob Porter doesn't look too thrilled as he carries the ceremonial first Copper River salmon of the season, a 45-pound king, off the aircraft at Sea-Tac International Airport last week. Anthony's executive chef Pat Donahue…MORE

Wed, 05/25/11

Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial beginning of the summer season at Sea-Tac International Airport.

The Port of Seattle offers these summer traffic numbers at Sea-Tac:

The busiest travel days for Memorial Day weekend are…MORE

Wed, 05/25/11

Thanks to a bill signed recently by Gov. Christine Gregoire, Washington students enrolled in International Baccalaureate Diploma Programmes (IB) will be able to graduate by earning the IB Diploma and two other high school state graduation…MORE

Wed, 05/25/11

Carol Roll and Jameson Dowell of Burien are taking on an ambitious goal in support of research to improve prevention and early detection of breast cancer. This August they will be scaling Mt. Kilimanjaro, 19,341 feet, in Tanzania, Africa for the…MORE

Tue, 05/24/11

For the second year in a row, a Foster High School graduating senior has won the highly respected Sullivan Leadership Award from Seattle University.

Kimberly Foster, 18, was chosen out of 312 applicants nationwide as a recipient of this…MORE

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