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Air quality alert issued by Puget Sound Clean Air Agency

Air quality alert issued by Puget Sound Clean Air Agency

An air quality alert was issued by the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency on Monday afternoon, Aug. 13, for the local health jurisdictions of King, Kitsap, Pierce, and Snohomish counties. “Air pollution... [Read more]

Burien Arts’ FREE Monthly Open Mic starts Thursday at Salmon Creek Cafe

Burien Arts’ FREE Monthly Open Mic starts Thursday at Salmon Creek Cafe

Burien Arts Association will be holding a FREE, All Ages Open Mic at Salmon Creek Cafe every third Thursday of the Month, starting this coming Thursday, Aug. 16. The event will run from 6 – 8 p.m., with... [Read more]

Donors needed for Blood Drive at Burien Community Center Tuesday

Donors needed for Blood Drive at Burien Community Center Tuesday

Please help end the summer blood shortage – donate at A Blood Drive being held at the Burien Community Center on Tuesday, Aug. 14, from 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Click HERE to schedule online! “Walk-ins... [Read more]

Quiet Skies Puget Sound releases statement on Horizon Air incident

Quiet Skies Puget Sound releases statement on Horizon Air incident

Quiet Skies Puget Sound released the following statement about the tragic Horizon Air incident that started at Sea-Tac Airport Friday night, Aug. 10, and resulted in the death of grounds crew member Richard... [Read more]

Interactive ‘StormFest’ is coming to Des Moines Beach Park Oct. 10-11

Interactive ‘StormFest’ is coming to Des Moines Beach Park Oct. 10-11

‘StormFest’ is an interactive stormwater science focused educational festival for 6th grade students in the Highline School District, and it’s coming to Des Moines Beach Park on Oct.... [Read more]

VIDEO: Family of man who stole & crashed Horizon Q400 press conference

VIDEO: Family of man who stole & crashed Horizon Q400 press conference

On Saturday, Aug. 11, the family of Richard ‘Beebo’ Russell held a press conference about their son, who was tragically killed when the Horizon Air Q400 airplane he stole from Sea-Tac Airport... [Read more]

Lake Burien Presbyterian Church’s ‘Guns Into Garden Tools’ Worship is Aug. 26

Lake Burien Presbyterian Church’s ‘Guns Into Garden Tools’ Worship is Aug. 26

“They shall beat their swords inlo ploughshares, and their spears into pruning hook.” – Isaiah 2:4 Lake Burien Presbyterian Church is holding a ‘GUNS INTO GARDEN TOOLS’ Community... [Read more]

FBI takes over investigation of alleged assault on Burien Mayor Jimmy Matta

FBI takes over investigation of alleged assault on Burien Mayor Jimmy Matta

Photo from The B-Town Blog’s live video of Matta’s press conference. The Seattle Times is reporting that the investigation into the alleged ‘hate crime’ assault last month of Burien... [Read more]

REMINDER: Obliteride riders will bike through Burien this Saturday, Aug. 11

REMINDER: Obliteride riders will bike through Burien this Saturday, Aug. 11

Photo courtesy Maureen Hoffmann REMINDER: Nearly 2,500 Fred Hutch Obliterideriders will pedal through the Burien area this Saturday, Aug. 11, raising funds to help obliterate cancer. Riders are expected... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices NW Open Houses: Burien Bungalow, Des Moines Rambler, Normandy Park View, Garden Oasis, Waterfront, Star Lake

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices NW Open Houses: Burien Bungalow, Des Moines Rambler, Normandy Park View, Garden Oasis, Waterfront, Star Lake

Real Estate Sponsor Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Northwest Real Estate will be holding six great Open Houses this weekend! First up is an affordable, picture perfect, charming Burien Bungalow on a spacious... [Read more]

Oregon knocks out West Seattle in Little League semi-finals to end season

Oregon knocks out West Seattle in Little League semi-finals to end season

Photo courtesy Jamie Trigg. By Luke Olson Sports Editor The West Seattle Little Leaguers are headed home– and they better be prepared to soak in all the praise and achievement from quite a historic... [Read more]

OBITUARY: Antonia Lee Stegin ‘Toni’

OBITUARY: Antonia Lee Stegin ‘Toni’

OBITUARY: Antonia Lee Stegin “Toni” Celebration of Life on Sunday, August 26, 2018 @ 1:00pm Des Moines Yacht Club, 22737 Marine View Drive South, Des Moines, WA 98198 Antonia Lee Stegin – otherwise... [Read more]

Sponsored Post All-Day Festival this SATURDAY with 9 bands at Des Moines First Baptist Church

All-Day Festival this SATURDAY with 9 bands at Des Moines First Baptist Church

THIS SATURDAY, Aug. 11, there will be an All Day Community Festival at Des Moines First Baptist Church, which will feature 9 musical acts! Starting at 9 a.m., guests can enjoy a cascade of nine different... [Read more]

REMINDER: Billy Brandt with the Thing & the Stuff Band is TONIGHT!

REMINDER: Billy Brandt with the Thing & the Stuff Band is TONIGHT!

REMINDER : Burien’s FREE ‘Music in the Park’ continues TONIGHT – Thursday, Aug. 9 – with Billy Brandt with the Thing & the Stuff Band – and will continue at Lake Burien School... [Read more]

Burien/Normandy Park Fire Department Kids’ Day will be Saturday, Sept. 8

Burien/Normandy Park Fire Department Kids’ Day will be Saturday, Sept. 8

The Burien/Normandy Park Fire Department’s annual Kids’ Day will be held on Saturday, Sept. 8, from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Fire Station 28. “Come join us for a FREE day of fun at the... [Read more]

FREE Arts-a-Glow Lantern Making class will be Friday, Sept. 7 at Burien Library

FREE Arts-a-Glow Lantern Making class will be Friday, Sept. 7 at Burien Library

Photo by Michael Brunk | nwlens.com A FREE Arts-a-Glow Lantern Making class will be held at the Burien Library on Friday, Sept. 7, from 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. Presented by Oleana Perry, this is a family program,... [Read more]

ELECTION RESULTS 2: Nguyen extends lead over Braddock for 34th District

ELECTION RESULTS 2: Nguyen extends lead over Braddock for 34th District

The second round of results for Tuesday’s (Aug. 7) Primary Election were released by King County Elections on Wednesday afternoon (Aug. 8), and Joe Nguyen has extended his lead over Shannon Braddock... [Read more]

Schedule & Artist info released for Burien’s ‘Arts-a-Glow,’ coming Sat. Sept. 8

Schedule & Artist info released for Burien’s ‘Arts-a-Glow,’ coming Sat. Sept. 8

Burien’s unique and oh-so-sweet ‘Arts-a-Glow’ Lantern Festival & Procession will be held on Saturday, Sept. 8 at Dottie Harper Park. This FREE, annual event is not to be missed,... [Read more]

Backs against the wall, West Seattle beats Alaska, 11-2 to advance in World Series

Backs against the wall, West Seattle beats Alaska, 11-2 to advance in World Series

By Luke Olson Sports Editor This time around, the first inning was in favor of the West Seattle Little Leaguers. After surrendering 11 straight runs in the first inning against Idaho two days prior, West... [Read more]

JOB: Poet-in-Residence sought for Burien

JOB: Poet-in-Residence sought for Burien

Have a way with words? Are you a versatile verse-writer? Burien wants YOU! A new ‘Poet-in-Residence’ for Burien will “explore and interact with the community during the fall of 2018,... [Read more]

Sponsored Post DAL Law Firm: Is a Guardianship necessary?

DAL Law Firm: Is a Guardianship necessary?

From Advertiser DAL Law Firm: Is a Guardianship necessary? What can you do when your close relative can no longer manage his or her own affairs? Your relative might have had a stroke or other debilitating... [Read more]

ELECTION RESULTS 1: First returns favor Nguyen, Braddock in 34th race

ELECTION RESULTS 1: First returns favor Nguyen, Braddock in 34th race

The first round of results for Tuesday’s (Aug. 7) Primary Election have been released by King County Elections, and the early returns show that in the race for 34th District State Senate, Joe Nguyen... [Read more]

Brownies from Troop #42632 earning ‘Wonders of Water Journey’ Badges

Brownies from Troop #42632 earning ‘Wonders of Water Journey’ Badges

A group of Girl Scout Brownies from Troop # 42632 – located right here in Burien – have been spending the summer earning their ‘Wonders of Water Journey’ Badges. The girls are learning... [Read more]

Only the feds can decide how cell towers operate, regardless of local health fears

Only the feds can decide how cell towers operate, regardless of local health fears

By Jack Mayne If Burien residents fear potential illnesses from electromagnetic waves from new cellular antennas being sought for the city, complain to your U.S. Senator or Congressman – because your... [Read more]