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Volunteers needed for Blood Drive at Prince of Peace Church Monday, Dec. 9

Volunteers needed for Blood Drive at Prince of Peace Church Monday, Dec. 9

Healthy volunteer humans with blood coursing through their veins are needed for a Blood Drive at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church on Monday, Dec. 9. “The blood center is in the midst of our ‘Give... [Read more]

Seattle Christian School’s annual Christmas Bazaar will be Saturday, Dec. 7

Seattle Christian School’s annual Christmas Bazaar will be Saturday, Dec. 7

Seattle Christian School’s annual Christmas Bazaar will be Saturday, Dec. 7 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. The event will include over 70 vendors offering handcrafted and professional items, along with... [Read more]

Annual Tyee Holiday Bazaar will be Saturday, Dec. 7

Annual Tyee Holiday Bazaar will be Saturday, Dec. 7

The annual Tyee Holiday Bazaar will be Saturday, Dec. 7 at the Tyee campus, located at 4424 South 188th Street in SeaTac. Proceeds will benefit Tyee Student Activities. Here are the details: WHAT: Tyee... [Read more]

SeaTac’s Prop. 1 still passing by 43 votes

SeaTac’s Prop. 1 still passing by 43 votes

From our sister site The SeaTac Blog: by Jack Mayne Almost miraculously the Tuesday evening (Nov. 12) count of Proposition 1 maintained the same 43-vote plurality, despite the addition of 278 more votes... [Read more]


SeaTac’s $15 minimum wage appears close to losing in latest tally


SeaTac’s $15 minimum wage appears close to losing in latest tally

From our sister site The SeaTac Blog: by Jack Mayne The opponents of SeaTac’s $15 an hour minimum wage law are within 43 votes of moving to the win column with an estimated 900 or so uncounted ballots. A... [Read more]

Two men shot in SeaTac early Thursday morning

Two men shot in SeaTac early Thursday morning

At about 1:12 a.m. Thursday morning (Sept. 19), the King County Sheriff’s Office received reports of multiple shots being fired in the 16700 block of 31st Ave South (map below), just east of International... [Read more]

Next Highline Forum will be Sept. 25 at Des Moines Police Department

Next Highline Forum will be Sept. 25 at Des Moines Police Department

The next Highline Forum will be held from 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 25 at the Des Moines Activity/Senior Center, with the theme being economic development. “Members of the Highline Forum... [Read more]

BREAKING: Shooting near S. 133rd and 24th Ave S. in SeaTac Thursday

BREAKING: Shooting near S. 133rd and 24th Ave S. in SeaTac Thursday

If you’re seeing/hearing a lot of helicopter activity near South 133rd and 24th Ave South in SeaTac (map below) Thursday afternoon, it’s because of ongoing police activity regarding a suspect... [Read more]

SEATAC BLOG: Increase in SeaTac Minimum Pay will be on November ballot

SEATAC BLOG: Increase in SeaTac Minimum Pay will be on November ballot

Our sister site The SeaTac Blog is reporting breaking news Friday that Proposition #1 – a proposed increase in the minimum wage to $15 per hour – will be on the November ballot after all, just hours... [Read more]

Port of Seattle completes environmental analysis for Part 150 Study

Port of Seattle completes environmental analysis for Part 150 Study

The Port of Seattle has completed an environmental analysis and prepared a State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) Checklist for Sea-Tac Airport’s draft Part 150 Noise and Land-Use Compatibility Study,... [Read more]

SEATAC BLOG: Judge to reconsider SeaTac minimum pay initiative

SEATAC BLOG: Judge to reconsider SeaTac minimum pay initiative

Judge Andrea Darvas From our sister site The SeaTac Blog comes news that a King County Superior Court judge has agreed to consider a motion by the “Yes! For SeaTac” group that the 248 additional signatures... [Read more]

Stabbing victim’s brother arrested for SeaTac slaying

Stabbing victim’s brother arrested for SeaTac slaying

Our sister site The SeaTac Blog is reporting that King County Sheriff detectives on Tuesday (Aug. 27) arrested a 21-year old man in connection with the stabbing death of his 24-year old sister at a SeaTac... [Read more]

SEATAC BLOG: Judge strikes down measure to increase wage to $15/hour

SEATAC BLOG: Judge strikes down measure to increase wage to $15/hour

Our sister site The SeaTac Blog is reporting that King County Superior Court Judge Andrea Darvas on Monday reversed the decision of the SeaTac City Clerk’s “issuance of the Final Certificate of Sufficiency”... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Susan Pascal’s ‘Brazil Project’ closes out Cedarbrook’s ‘Jazz on the Lawn’ Friday

Susan Pascal’s ‘Brazil Project’ closes out Cedarbrook’s ‘Jazz on the Lawn’ Friday

REMINDER: Don’t miss this opportunity – this Friday, Aug 23 – it’s your last chance to catch local Jazz artists in a setting like no other on the south side – the plush Cedarbrook Lodge... [Read more]

Over 2,000 free backpacks given away at SeaTac Back to School Fair Thursday

Over 2,000 free backpacks given away at SeaTac Back to School Fair Thursday

Over 2,000 FREE backpacks filled with 
school supplies were given away to kids on Thursday (Aug. 15) during the City of SeaTac’s 7th annual Back to School Fair held at Valley Ridge Park. This annual... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Gail Pettis to swing Cedarbrook’s ‘Jazz on the Lawn’ Friday night

Gail Pettis to swing Cedarbrook’s ‘Jazz on the Lawn’ Friday night

Just when you thought things were cooling down around here, along comes Seattle-based Jazz artist Gail Pettis to heat up the night with soulful, sultry and steamy Jazz vocals along with lively interpretations... [Read more]

REMINDER: Enjoy FREE ‘Music in the Park’ tonight and Thursday night!

REMINDER: Enjoy FREE ‘Music in the Park’ tonight and Thursday night!

Burien Parks will be presenting two FREE ‘Music in the Park’ concerts this week – with the Total Experience Gospel Choir Wed. night at North SeaTac Park and Klyntel at Lake Burien School... [Read more]

Car hits pole, causing power outage for over 4,900 Monday

Car hits pole, causing power outage for over 4,900 Monday

Seattle City Light is reporting that a power outage is affecting 4.922 customers Monday, July 29. The cause noted on the utility’s website is a car hitting a pole in the Tukwila area. The outage... [Read more]

Sponsored Post This Week’s Prudential NW Open House is a 3-bedroom for just $299,950!

This Week’s Prudential NW Open House is a 3-bedroom for just $299,950!

This Sunday’s BTB Real Estate Sponsor Prudential Northwest’s Open House is an impeccably kept 3-bedroom, 2-bath home priced to sell at just $299,950! New items in 2007 include: composition... [Read more]

Sponsored Post REMINDER: Cedarbrook Lodge’s ‘Jazz on the Lawn’ continues Friday night

REMINDER: Cedarbrook Lodge’s ‘Jazz on the Lawn’ continues Friday night

REMINDER: Cedarbrook Lodge’s ‘Jazz on the Lawn’ series continues this Friday, July 26, with Sweeter than the Day! The show begins at 6:30 p.m., and tickets are $20. Sweeter than the... [Read more]

Jessica Lynne Band FREE at ‘Music in the Park’ at N. SeaTac Park TONIGHT

Jessica Lynne Band FREE at ‘Music in the Park’ at N. SeaTac Park TONIGHT

REMINDER: Burien Park’s FREE outdoor ‘Music (and Theater) in the Park’ continues TONIGHT – Wednesday, July 17 – at North SeaTac Park with country music from the Jessica Lynne Band. Here’s... [Read more]

Aircraft fire response drills to be held at Sea-Tac Airport this week

Aircraft fire response drills to be held at Sea-Tac Airport this week

The Port of Seattle Fire Department announced that it will be conducting aircraft fire response exercises this week as part of regularly scheduled training on a runway closed due to construction. Two exercises... [Read more]

Sponsored Post REMINDER: Cedarbrook Lodge’s ‘Jazz on the Lawn’ starts TONIGHT!

REMINDER: Cedarbrook Lodge’s ‘Jazz on the Lawn’ starts TONIGHT!

REMINDER: TONIGHT – Friday, July 12 – is the start of Cedarbrook Lodge’s ‘Jazz on the Lawn’ series, with The Kora Band! Here’s the full lineup for their summer concert series: July... [Read more]

Walk-n-Talk through North SeaTac Park this Sunday

Walk-n-Talk through North SeaTac Park this Sunday

4th of July weekend is full of hustle and bustle, but maybe you’d just like a walk in the park? Ahh, shady trails, quiet conversation and a babbling brook sound pretty nice after the “rockets’ red... [Read more]

Pavement work to temporarily close Sea-Tac’s center runway this Summer

Pavement work to temporarily close Sea-Tac’s center runway this Summer

The Port of Seattle is alerting area residents that they will be temporarily closing the center runway at Sea-Tac Airport between July 8 – Aug. 2. The work will “extend the life of the runway,”... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Cedarbrook Lodge’s ‘Jazz on the Lawn’ returns this summer

Cedarbrook Lodge’s ‘Jazz on the Lawn’ returns this summer

‘Break it down!’ For the second consecutive year, Cedarbrook Lodge in SeaTac has some ‘cool’ cats scheduled to ‘jam’ on these Friday evenings this summer – check ‘em out: July 12:... [Read more]