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Intern’s View: My Dad Finished The Rock n’Roll Marathon!

Intern’s View: My Dad Finished The Rock n’Roll Marathon!

by Josh Hart Imagine every bone in your body from the waist down aching. You’re sitting on the couch and you can hardly get up. Once you do get up, you can barely move around. Everything just feels... [Read more]

INTERN’S VIEW: A Look Back At This Year’s Boy’s Baseball

INTERN’S VIEW: A Look Back At This Year’s Boy’s Baseball

by Josh Hart

The Boy’s 3A Seamount baseball season is over and it turned out to be an interesting year.

Both Mt. Rainier and Highline High School did very well, along with Kennedy.

Tyee and Evergreen didn’t do so great though and so Highline School District evened out pretty well.

Mt. Rainer High School finished at the top of the standings at 10-1 in conference and a combined win loss record of 11-3.

Kennedy finished second with 13 wins and four losses in league play and a combined record of 14-6.

The Highline Pirates finished third with a 12-4 league play record and went 14-4 in combined play.

Highline School District’s baseball teams are some of the top in the state and many of the players will likely play college ball.

[EDITOR’S NOTE: Josh Hart is the B-Town Blog’s first Intern! He’s a 15-year old student at Highline’s “Big Picture High School” in SeaTac who loves to write and play soccer.

You can read more of his writing here…]

INTERN’S VIEW: State Youth Soccer Champ Update

INTERN’S VIEW: State Youth Soccer Champ Update

by Josh Hart Both the State Cup and Challenge Cups finished last Sunday, and here are the champions of each age bracket: BU-15 State Cup Champion: Washington Premier FC- For the second year in a row... [Read more]

INTERN’S VIEW: Highline Premier Football Club Update

INTERN’S VIEW: Highline Premier Football Club Update

by Josh Hart All the Highline Premier Football Club (HPFC) teams BU-15 to BU-18 were eliminated in the quarterfinals of the State and Challenge cups. Here is the quick breakdown of who eliminated them... [Read more]

Tylor Curry Is The Big Picture “Intern Of The Month”

Tylor Curry Is The Big Picture “Intern Of The Month”

by Josh Hart This month at Big Picture High School, a fellow student named Tylor Curry was chosen as “Intern of the Month.” Tylor, a very prolific (and busy) sophomore, won for the following... [Read more]

Highline Premier Football Club Has Burien’s “Best Soccer”

Highline Premier Football Club Has Burien’s “Best Soccer”

by Josh Hart HPFC (Highline Premier Football Club) Heat, formerly known as HSA Heat, has the best soccer in Burien. The boys U-15’s-U-18’s are currently competing in the preliminaries for the... [Read more]

INTERN’S VIEW: Impressed By President Obama’s Speech

INTERN’S VIEW: Impressed By President Obama’s Speech

by Josh Hart It just so happens that the first inauguration I ever witnessed in my short lifetime happens to be one of the most historical inaugurations in many people’s lifetimes. As I listened... [Read more]

Intern’s View: Great-Grandparents Survive Orting Flooding

Intern’s View: Great-Grandparents Survive Orting Flooding

The flooding Carbon River in Orting last week. by Josh Hart With all the flooding recently I wanted to find someone to talk to about what happened to them. I realized that someone very close to me had... [Read more]

Intern’s View: ’09 Resolutions From Your “City Of Burien”

Intern’s View: ’09 Resolutions From Your “City Of Burien”

by Josh Hart Hello people of Burien, this is your city here – I want to talk with you a little about what I want to happen in 2009. In 2009 there are many resolutions I want – no, need –... [Read more]

Mt. Rainier High School Drill Teams Wins 1st Competition

Mt. Rainier High School Drill Teams Wins 1st Competition

by Josh Hart Last weekend, Des Moines’ Mt. Rainier High School Drill Team competed in and won the Liberty High School Drill and Dance Competition. They competed against drill teams from Issaquah... [Read more]

A “State Of The City” Address From Our 15-Year Old Intern

A “State Of The City” Address From Our 15-Year Old Intern

by Josh Hart Well 2009 is almost here and many are wondering what will be in store for the upcoming year. What will change from this year? What needs to change? What do we want to change? With everything... [Read more]

INTERN’S VIEW: What Will Change Under President Obama?

INTERN’S VIEW: What Will Change Under President Obama?

by Josh Hart Now that America has elected a new president the question gets posed: What will change under President Barack Obama? Will the fact that he is an African-American man affect anything? From... [Read more]

Josh’s Top 11 Rules For A Safe & Happy Halloween

Josh’s Top 11 Rules For A Safe & Happy Halloween

by Josh Hart Halloween is TONIGHT(!) and you should all know tips to make your trick or treating experience a safe one. Here are my Top 11 Rules for having a Safe & Happy Halloween: Children should... [Read more]

Mt. Rainier Drill Team To Play At Seahawks Halftime Sunday

Mt. Rainier Drill Team To Play At Seahawks Halftime Sunday

by Josh Hart This Sunday the Mt. Rainier High School Drill Team is going to perform live at the Seahawks game at halftime! A fellow student at Big Picture High School, Danielle Knake, is on the drill... [Read more]

A 15-Year Old’s Take On The VP Debate

A 15-Year Old’s Take On The VP Debate

[EDITOR’S NOTE: This story was written by Josh Hart, a 15-year old student at Highline “Big Picture High School” in SeaTac who recently wrote on the economy as well as the JFK vs Highline... [Read more]

(Late) Local Football Recap: Kennedy 61, Highline 0

(Late) Local Football Recap: Kennedy 61, Highline 0

[EDITOR’S NOTE: Sure, this report is several days late, but we’re printing it now anyway because we feel it provides some insight into last weekend’s big “Showdown in B-Town”... [Read more]

From The Big Picture: A Teen Speaks Out About The Economy

From The Big Picture: A Teen Speaks Out About The Economy

Josh Hart, 15, can't yet vote but has a pretty strong opinion. He attends Big Picture High School. EDITOR’S NOTE: Recently we were invited by the Highline School District to visit students and... [Read more]