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West Seattle Herald

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SLIDESHOW: The Seafair Pirates took Alki Beach by storm Jul 6, 2012
Night Out Against Crime is coming up August 7; Not too late to register your block Jul 6, 2012
Jerrold “Jerry” PEACE Apr 6, 2015
West Seattle Chuch of the Nazarene wants to build three townhouses plus a small park Sep 6, 2016
Harbor Island will have limited access this weekend 9/9 through 9/12 Sep 6, 2016
Camp Victory fundraiser at Salty's helps teen sexual assault victims Oct 6, 2016
REMINDER: Alaskan Way Viaduct and SR 99 closed this weekend Oct 6, 2016
WestSide Snow Report: Tis The Season Oct 6, 2016
SW Design Review Board hears about two projects; One large, one small Jan 6, 2017
UPDATE: Power outage and bus delays as snow storm snarls the community Feb 6, 2017
Power outage and bus delays as snow storm snarls the community Feb 6, 2017
UPDATE: Power outage and bus delays as snow storm snarls the community; power restored and traffic improving Feb 6, 2017
JuNO Land Use Committee to city: Include apartments In upcoming HALA outreach Feb 6, 2017
Police Blotter Week of 2-6-17 Feb 6, 2017
Artist putting finishing touches on Junction Plaza Park sculpture Feb 6, 2017
Amanda's View: Opportunity to be Feb 6, 2017
Sunset of the week 2-6-17 Feb 6, 2017
On the go Week of 2-6-17 Feb 6, 2017
Pat's View: Stan Boreson Feb 6, 2017
Surprise snowstorm dents local blood supply, donations urged Feb 6, 2017
Police Blotter Week of 3-6-17 Mar 6, 2017
On The Go Week of 3-6-17 Mar 6, 2017
OP-ED- Put patient care before corporate profits Mar 6, 2017
Women must act to overcome financial challenges Mar 6, 2017
Amanda's View: E-Prime Mar 6, 2017
Sunset of the week 3-6-17 Mar 6, 2017
View from the other side of the notebook Mar 6, 2017
West Seattle 5k will run for the ninth time May 21; Event benefits programs at West Seattle High School May 6, 2017
Woman shot to death near White Center when fistfight turns deadly Jun 6, 2017
UPDATE: Woman shot to death near White Center when fistfight turns deadly; Victim named, suspect held on $1 million bail Jun 6, 2017
Local favorites Brent Amaker and the Rodeo will headline West Seattle Summerfest Jun 6, 2017
Do not be fooled by the Jury Duty SCAM! Jun 6, 2017
Ground broken for Seattle Gateway Center – Two buildings add office space, service to port and 600 jobs in Burien Jun 6, 2017
Sportswatch June 7 -13 Jun 6, 2017
Change of the guard: New officers elected to West Seattle Trusteed Properties Jun 6, 2017
Committee to Keep Eye on School Bond Spending Jun 6, 2017
Evergreen High School celebrates reunification with a rally and some very happy people Sep 6, 2017
Puget Sound Skills Center opens new Health Sciences building; Grand opening Sept. 22 Sep 6, 2017
Harvest Moon sailing shows off our beauty Oct 6, 2017
King County leaders reflect on Camp Second Chance and Seattle’s homelessness crisis Oct 6, 2017
A tiny house, a big challenge Nov 6, 2017
Admiral Theater's Dinah Brein to retire; Familiar face has a major music background Dec 6, 2017
Whale Trail Winter Gathering; Finding Light in the Dark for the Whales Dec 6, 2017
Series of dumpster fires in Ballard now under investigation Jan 6, 2018
King County Sheriff Johanknecht takes a walking tour of White Center; Time for Q & A and a chance to meet business owners Apr 6, 2018
Gov. Inslee and leaders announce aerospace competitiveness report at SSC Jun 6, 2018
Let’s Talk Race series continues in Delridge Jun 6, 2018
Review meeting July 6 for three story expansion of building at 20th SW and Delridge Way Jul 6, 2018
Seafair Pirates Landing on Alki Beach July 7 Jul 6, 2018
Power outage knocks out power for nearly 17,000 in West Seattle; Now back on Aug 6, 2018
Burien shooting was accidental, not a drive-by says Sheriff Aug 6, 2018
The house where REI was built, West Seattle’s part of the company history Aug 6, 2018
Homeless documentary Trickle Down Town premiers Oct. 21 at Admiral Theater; Q & A with Director Tomasz Biernacki Oct 6, 2018
Zoo’s oldest gorilla passes away at 50 years old Geriatric male was the “gentleman of gorillas” Nov 6, 2018
Homemade salsa: heat for the winter Nov 6, 2018
A new way that an American Legion Post is observing Veterans Day Nov. 11 in Seattle Nov 6, 2018
Early Mid-Term election results are in; Local results here Nov 6, 2018
Winds knock out power across the region; Burien hit hard and still out Jan 6, 2019
Winds knock out power across the region; Majority of outages fixed but some pockets are persistent Jan 6, 2019
Herbold: Elected Leadership Group recommendations for Light Rail EIS alternatives in West Seattle May 6, 2019
Seafair Pirates land on Alki today to shiver your timbers! Jul 6, 2019
Pirates land and take over! County gives away key to Captain Kidd! Jul 6, 2019
Night Out parties bring neighbors together Aug 6, 2019
Election 2019: Herbold and Tavel are through to the primary; Dan Strauss leads in District 6, Library levy passing easily Aug 6, 2019
Arts A Glow will light the Burien night Sept. 7 Sep 6, 2019
Does your dog love free treats? Is Tom Salle a great guy? You know the answer to both questions Oct 6, 2019
New Puget Sound Emergency Services tower installed near Myrtle Reservoir Nov 6, 2019
UPDATE: Election 2019- In early returns Herbold leads in District 1 Nov 6, 2019
Fraud and possibly other criminal activity led to closure of West Seattle licensing agency Jan 6, 2020
Virtual community briefing on COVID-19 by King County answers questions Mar 6, 2020
Sunset of the week 4-06-20 Apr 6, 2020
Black Lives Matter protests produce huge turnout Jun 6, 2020
Family of murder victim seeking answers with GoFundMe page; Seeking to raise $10,000 for a reward Jul 6, 2020
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