POLL: What Was the Top Local News Story for 2012? Vote & Help Us Decide!
Well, we survived 2012!
As we do at the end of each year, we usually do a big “let’s take a look back” post, where we tell you what WE think is the top local news story of the year.
But this year, we decided to try something a little different, and more interactive:
Seeing as how The B-Town Blog serves also as the most popular local forum for comments and discussions amongst area residents, as well as the most-read local news source in the south end, we are asking YOU, our Readers, to decide on what the Top Story of 2012 should be!
Here is our initial list of top stories for you to consider – chosen based on our own reflections as well as the popularity of each – please re-read them if you wish, read the Comments, then come back here to take our Poll below:
- Annexation of White Center/North Highline (aka “Area Y”) Rejected (read various stories here)
- Dr. Susan Enfield Named New Superintendent of Highline Public Schools
- Problems at Burien CARES Animal Control
- Resident Upset with Library After Niece Checks Out Explicit Anime Book
- LETTER: ‘Proposed Town Square Apartments Will Attract Low End Renters…’
- Unruly Kids Disrupt Burien Library Lobby Thursday Afternoon
- Burien’s Highline Medical Center to Team Up with Tacoma’s Franciscan Health
- Council Meeting Adjourned Early as Jack Block Jr. Gets Blocked
- White Center Blog Writer Margaret Ryan Murdered
- VIDEO: Listen To Some B-Town Tree Branches Break Due To Ice Storm
You can also submit what YOU think we missed as a Comment below (or via email) for our review and for possible adding to this list.
Here’s our Poll – vote for what you consider the #1 local news story of 2012 (please, only one vote per computer) and let’s see which one wins: