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100 Women Who Care donate to the West Seattle Food Bank Sep 30, 2016
No more donations needed for now for Lam Bow apt. fire victims Sep 30, 2016
Repaving at 35th Ave SW and SW 100th St on Saturday, October 1 Sep 30, 2016
Sports Roundup 10-30-16 Oct 30, 2016
SLIDESHOW: West Seattle Harvest Festival brings fun to the fall Oct 30, 2016
Sports Roundup 1-30-17 Jan 30, 2017
Arts in Nature calling for artists and performers for August event Jan 30, 2017
Arts in Nature calling for artists and performers Jan 30, 2017
Pat's View: It’s the Law Jan 30, 2017
Police Blotter week of 1-30-17 Jan 30, 2017
LETTER: Divided America Jan 30, 2017
Amanda's View: Unrepresented atheist Jan 30, 2017
Dude, my teacher rocks – Jude Miqueli stars on stage and in the classroom Jan 30, 2017
When do you need a Financial Advisor? Jan 30, 2017
Sunset of the week 1-30-17 Jan 30, 2017
Seattle Iron and Metals Corp.fined $64,000 for polluting Duwamish River Jan 30, 2017
'Age of Love' film will be shown at West Seattle Senior Center Feb. 9 Jan 30, 2017
West Seattle Garden Tour seeking submissions from artists: $500 cash prize Jan 30, 2017
West Seattle's Elliott breaks hurdles record May 30, 2017
Jennifer's View: Residential Burglary can be prevented May 30, 2017
Shimasaki takes first place in pole vault in Class 1A meet May 30, 2017
Kennedy duo snags seventh at state tennis tourney May 30, 2017
Easy Street Records will convert former Corner Pocket bar into new music venue, restaurant/bar Aug 30, 2017
Who will take the reins in Normandy Park? Oct 30, 2017
King Co. Exec. Dow Constantine and others speak out against anti-immigrant mailing in Burien Oct 30, 2017
North Hill Community gets info about new neighbors Nov 30, 2017
Burien Arts Association presents: Pop-Up Gallery featuring the work of local artist Janet Price Nov 30, 2017
The Escape Artist offers something uniquely fun in West Seattle for couples and companies Nov 30, 2017
Sound Transit to begin engaging the public for light rail extension plans Nov 30, 2017
Mitzi Johanknecht to be sworn in as new King County Sheriff Jan. 2 Dec 30, 2017
Business owners on city’s border say they’re suffering the most from the Sugar Tax Jan 30, 2018
Des Moines students take their ideas for the future to Washington D.C. Jan 30, 2018
New shuttle service connects Des Moines business park to light rail Jan 30, 2018
Urban Homestead Foundation receives extension for fundraising to preserve West Seattle greenspace Apr 30, 2018
REVIEW: “Church & State” at Burien Actors Theatre Apr 30, 2018
Series of “revenge” shootings lead to Conspiracy to Commit Murder charges against five members of violent street gang Apr 30, 2018
Norwegian Bliss comes to Seattle; Massive cruise ship has more than 5000 people on board May 30, 2018
Best of Hands Barrelhouse buildout on track for late summer or fall opening May 30, 2018
WSTC meeting discussed ST3 station plans and free Orca cards Jun 30, 2018
Easy Street Records celebrates 30 years; Clever video promotes 30% off CD Sale Jun 30, 2018
Cleanup begins at Lockheed – West Seattle Superfund site Jul 30, 2018
Ballard Historical Society invites all to 30th anniversary celebration Jul 30, 2018
Free day of outdoor activities, rock climbing and rappelling at Camp Long Mountain Fest on Sept. 8 Aug 30, 2018
Power outage affects more than 3000 in West Seattle Nov 30, 2018
Power outage affects more than 3000 in West Seattle; Now restored Nov 30, 2018
Investigation into officer involved shooting in Burien underway Jul 30, 2019
Arts A Glow will light the Burien night Sept. 7 Aug 30, 2019
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