Newspaper Article Archive of
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Newspaper Article Archive of
West Seattle Herald

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My West Seattle - How many Canadians does it take to change a light bulb? Oct 2, 2007
When pork flies Oct 2, 2007
Over the top Oct 2, 2007
No monthly rate break for rainbarrels Oct 2, 2007
Neighborhood plans helped here Oct 2, 2007
Update School Board votes: Cooper to close, APP to spilt Feb 2, 2009
Update: reFresh Southwest Festival schedule and final exhibitors announced Jun 2, 2010
UPDATE: South Park Bridge completion delayed into 2014; community meeting set Nov 2, 2012
220 backpacks help make a promise become reality at Denny International Middle School Sep 2, 2016
Washington rolls over Sealth in season opener Sep 2, 2016
Good For You: Chef's Treasure Nov 2, 2016
Kitchen Talk: The Fungus, Among Us Nov 2, 2016
Murray Basin CSO Update: Majority of road restoration done at 48th SW; Beach Drive fix is next Nov 2, 2016
Amanda's View: Ethnic Jan 2, 2017
Police Blotter Week of 1-2-17 Jan 2, 2017
Pat's View: Mixed Martial Jan 2, 2017
On the Go Week of 1-2-17 Jan 2, 2017
Peggy's View: Timber Jan 2, 2017
Sunset of the week 1-2-17 Jan 2, 2017
Story of the pursuit of recognition for the Duwamish and Chinook tribes coming to WS Meaningful Movies Jan 2, 2017
Volunteers sought to serve on new Community Involvement Commission Feb 2, 2017
Good for you: Matches Made in Heaven Feb 2, 2017
Kitchen Talk: Some things are meant to be together! Feb 2, 2017
SDOT seeking your opinion on 'Traffic Calming" Feb 2, 2017
LETTER: No Child Is Illegal Feb 2, 2017
Summit Atlas, first charter school in West Seattle holds groundbreaking ceremony Feb 2, 2017
Port of Seattle begins removal of 3000 trees near airport despite public outcry Feb 2, 2017
Woman beaten and knocked out in White Center; Suspect in custody Mar 2, 2017
LETTER: Earl Cruzen Mar 2, 2017
West Seattle cruises past Wilson in Class3A tournament Mar 2, 2017
TRiO Educational Opportunity Center opens at South Seattle College May 2, 2017
Duwamish River Opportunity Fund to provide $250,000 for community-initiated projects May 2, 2017
Sportswatch: Sports events worth keeping an eye on 5-2-17 May 2, 2017
Marc Lainhart is a prospector in service to spirit May 2, 2017
Local increase in car thefts and prowls can be curbed say Seattle Police Jun 2, 2017
West Seattle Outdoor Movies back for the summer with some amazing films Jun 2, 2017
West Seattle Outdoor Movies back for the summer with some amazing films starting July 22 Jun 2, 2017
Could Burien have quieter skies in the near future? Oct 2, 2017
White Center Heights Elementary School celebrates new playground dedicated to Early Head Start Program Oct 2, 2017
Highline moving forward on design of new middle school in SeaTac Oct 2, 2017
City MD opens urgent care clinic here Oct 2, 2017
Neighbors send love letters to immigrants in Burien Nov 2, 2017
Famous Menashe family Christmas lights featured on ABC television; But you have to wait till next year to see it Dec 2, 2017
Mitzi Johanknecht sworn in as new King County Sheriff Jan 2, 2018
Hit and Run near SeaTac results in death Feb 2, 2018
UPDATE: Hit and Run near SeaTac results in death; Suspect arrested Feb 2, 2018
TAF's Bethaday Community Learning Space is showing off its event spaces with a party Feb. 28 Feb 2, 2018
Early scoping begins on West Seattle and Ballard light rail extensions; Open houses coming up Feb 2, 2018
Do you have questions about the Sound Transit light rail plan for West Seattle and Ballard? Everybody does Apr 2, 2018
White Center Chamber mulls new mission statement May 2, 2018
Morgan Junction Festival will feature the fun June 16 Jun 2, 2018
Loop the Lupe sees 400 turnout for obstacle course and fun run fundraiser Jun 2, 2018
The Heart and Soul of Husky Deli and the West Seattle Junction Jun 2, 2018
Which sign do you like best for Delridge Way businesses? Nov 2, 2018
The Phoenecia is reopening, coming full circle back to the West Seattle Junction May 2, 2019
Increased patrols will enforce Firework rules throughout Fourth of July holiday Jul 2, 2019
Suspect arrested in 2018 Alki stabbing death Jul 2, 2019
Reuben's Brews will celebrate seven years at their three Ballard locations Sept. 7 with an epic party Sep 2, 2019
Learn more about this West Seattle Bog! Sep 2, 2019
PCC is back and bigger, better and the most enviornmentally friendly grocery store ever built Oct 2, 2019
PCC is back and bigger, better and the most environmentally friendly grocery store ever built Oct 2, 2019
Seattle CityClub hosts District 1 City Council debate on Oct. 10; Herbold and Tavel will face off Oct 2, 2019
Southwest Seattle Historical Society Gala Brunch raises money and music history awareness Nov 2, 2019
Empty Stage Theatre Company Presents PLAID TIDINGS Dec 2, 2019
Many take the Polar Plunge at Three Tree Point Jan. 1 Jan 2, 2020
Man shot in head at Alki Beach; Fight led to shooting but injuries non life threatening Feb 2, 2020
UPDATE: Man shot in head at Alki Beach; Fight led to shooting but injuries non life threatening Feb 2, 2020
Six Corona Virus deaths in Washington state, King County declares emergency; First case on Westside reported Mar 2, 2020
Herbold: Delridge Way SW – RapidRide H Line Project: SDOT final report Mar 2, 2020
Ballard High School Playmakers Break Out Their Legwarmers for Xanadu  Mar 2, 2020
SDOT still working on solutions for both West Seattle Bridges Apr 2, 2020
West Seattle sees protests and preparations Jun 2, 2020
What is it like to own a restaurant during a pandemic? The Westy Sports and Spirits has a story to tell Jul 2, 2020
No Christmas ship visits this year; Argosy Cruises shutters for 2020 Aug 2, 2020
Fire destroys condo unit on 25th SW near Westwood Village Aug 2, 2020
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