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  1. West Seattle Crime Watch: Have you seen this stolen Subaru?Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    Black 2003 Subaru Baja with license plates A12916Y. Has a blue and white Scottish flag on the back window. Last seen in enclosed lot at 5953 California Ave SW between 1 pm and 5:30 pm on Monday, July 6, 2015. It had only 2 or gallons of gas in it at the time of theft.

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  2. Still seeking summer activities in West Seattle? Four possibilitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    If your child 's summer isn't already completely locked in, and you're still considering summer camps/activities four possibilities: BASKETBALL/LIFE SKILLS CAMP @ CHIEF SEALTH: The 18th annual camp has two more weeklong sessions ahead, July 13-17 and August 3-7, both produced by Hoops4Life . It's for girls and boys going into grades 2 through 9 this fall.

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  3. SLIDESHOW: Westsiders bound for Vancouver after beating SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | West Seattle Herald

    Four straight wins for West Seattle paid off in a trip to the Fort Vancouver Little League complex for the state age 10-11 all-star Little League baseball tournament that opens Saturday, July 18. The Westsiders capped off their District 7 tournament stay with an 18-6 victory over Seattle Central on Monday on the heels of victories over PacWest, South Highline National and Renton. "It was a whirlwind tournament for us," said West Seattle manager Isaiah Brent, whose team also went to state at the age 9-10 level last year.

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  4. First sites, providers announced for city's subsidized preschool programRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Seattle Times

    Seattle officials have selected four providers and 10 sites for the first year of the city's new subsidized-preschool pilot program, Mayor Ed Murray announced Monday. Classes will be held in neighborhoods across the city, from Greenwood in North Seattle to the Central District and to Highland Park in Southwest Seattle.

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  5. Duwamish Tribe responds to federal govt. denial of recognition; Press conference set for WednesdayRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | West Seattle Herald

    After decades of attempting to get recognition as a legitimate native American tribe, the Duwamish were denied, in what was called a "final" decision by the Dept. of the Interior on July 2 .

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  6. Sportswatch: For the week of July 8-14Read the original story

    10 hrs ago | West Seattle Herald

    Youth sports Little League The road to Williamsport by way of Woodinville and San Bernardino starts Wednesday and maybe Thursday for either West Seattle or PacWest. The two teams will play for the District 7 Major Little League title at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the PacWest complex between Burien and SeaTac off Des Moines Way.

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  7. West Seattle Crime Watch: Alki police response; Belvidere vandalismRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    SUSPECTED STOLEN CAR : If you're seeing a big police response in the Alki area, police were pulling over a suspected stolen car, which usually calls for a "felony stop" response, guns drawn. Via the scanner, police report detaining two people, and searching for a passenger who got out of the car and "walked away" in the 56th/Alki area - only description so far, "18-year-old white male, white shirt, green stripes, Seattle Sonics hat."

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  8. Ballard Business Owners: Get Seattle's Homeless Away From UsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Stranger

    Claiming their trust in the mayor's office has been "shaken" and asking the city to "put the brakes on this process immediately," Ballard business groups are throwing a fit about a possible new homeless encampment in their neighborhood. The letter from business groups to the mayor was first reported today by My Ballard , where last week's announcement that there might be a new encampment in the neighborhood drew nearly 200 comments.

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  9. Will women's World Cup translate into sustained growth for U.S. pro league?Read the original story

    12 hrs ago | Seattle Times

    Huge TV numbers and interest were generated by the United State's victory in the World Cup, but as men's soccer has learned, that doesn't guarantee American pro soccer can capitalize on the bump. Still basking in the afterglow of the Women's World Cup win, members of the Seattle Reign FC took practiced Monday hoping a major world event translates to more for them.

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  10. Municipal League ratings: Down on two incumbents, rough on young challengersRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Two incumbent Seattle City Council members were rated lower than challengers, and young insurgents fared badly, as the Municipal League of King County published its 2015 candidate ratings on Monday afternoon. Seattle Urban League CEO Pamela Banks, a challenger in District 3, was rated "Very Good", a step above the "Good" rating given incumbent Socialist Seattle City Council member Kshama Sawant.

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  11. Countdown to West Seattle Summer Fest 2015: Kid stuffRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    Only four days to Friday - the first of three days of West Seattle Summer Fest 2015 . We're counting down with daily previews.

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  12. 'Godspell' opens at Taproot Theatre this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Phinneywood

    Taproot Theatre 's latest production, "Godspell," opens this week, with previews on Wednesday and Thursday and opening night on Friday. It runs through Aug. 15. Fresh.

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  13. Ballard responds to city-designated encampment siteRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Viewing Feed

    Echoing the discussion of the Ballard community, the Ballard Chamber of Commerce has voiced its concerns to the city this week regarding the announcement of transitional encampments on city-owned properties. MyBallard reported on the controversial announcement last Tuesday , receiving a long thread of reader comments.

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  14. Marty Riemer will be the voice of the West Seattle Grand Parade July 18Read the original story

    15 hrs ago | West Seattle Herald

    Local radio personality, Marty Riemer, will announce the West Seattle Grand Parade on July 18th. The parade starts at 11 AM and travels south on California from Lander to Edmonds.

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  15. On the Go Week of 7-6-15Read the original story

    15 hrs ago | West Seattle Herald

    Deadline for receiving items for Calendar is Noon Friday for the following week's Herald/News. Events are published based on timeliness and space availability.

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  16. Chandelier Productions to Present Spring Awakening, 8/21-29Read the original story

    15 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

    Chandelier Productions teams up with Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets , August 21st-29th at Broadway Performance Hall on Capitol Hill to deliver a two-weekend run of the Tony Award winning rock musical, Spring Awakening. Unflinching in its candor, see Chandelier Productions raw take on this groundbreaking musical before it makes it triumphant return to Broadway in the Fall.

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  17. Road closures at 3rd Avenue NW and NW 56th Street for pedestrian improvements begin todayRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Phinneywood

    Beginning today, Seattle Department of Transportation will close the east and west sides of the intersection of 3rd Avenue NW, NW 56th Street and NW 55th Place to traffic, as crews continue making pedestrian safety improvements as part of the West Woodland Pedestrian Safety Improvements Project . This closure will be in place 24 hours a day until the projected is completed by mid-August, but local access will be maintained.

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  18. Life in the Clouds: Cirrus High Rise Ready for ResidentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Seattle

    For the last decade, South Lake Union has led Seattle's transformation and growth. With it came thousands of new workers eager for an urban live/work lifestyle.

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  19. Why Is KeyArena Still Called KeyArena?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Seattle Weekly

    This story has been edited to correct the amount of money KeyBank was paying the city annually while the Sonics were playing at KeyArena. The original figure, $1.3 million, was based on figures cited by multiple media outlets at the time of the contract ending.

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  20. Confederate memorial in Capitol Hill cemetery targetedRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Capitol Hill Blog

    As the Charleston shootings have renewed and strengthened calls to eliminate the Confederate flag as a symbol of government in the southern United States, a Capitol Hill memorial to the soldiers of the Confederacy here in the Pacific Northwest has again been targeted. Monday morning workers at 15th Ave E's Lake View Cemetery were painstakingly scrubbing the porous granite of the United Confederate Veterans Memorial to remove a spray painted message against "white supremacy."

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