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  1. Washington continues dominance over Seattle U with 70-62 victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 9 | Seattle Times

    To the uninitiated, the close proximity between the Capitol Hill and Montlake schools that are located about four miles apart constitutes a neighborhood rivalry steeped in tradition. But Hayford contends that until the Redhawks beat the Huskies, then let's call their annual matchup what it is, just another victory for Washington.

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  2. Eliminating hate is everyone's responsibilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 9 | Seattle Times

    As Seattleites returned to work after the Thanksgiving holiday, a West Seattle woman awoke to find the word "Jew" spray painted on her home. If the recent tragic mass shooting at Pittsburgh's Tree of Life synagogue is a sharp reminder that hate that still lurks in our country, the incident in West Seattle shows that we're not immune here at home.

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  3. 'You should get on a waiting list': Seattle's...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 9 | Seattle Times

    The first call Adam and Beth Hobbins made when they saw the positive pregnancy test wasn't to the future grandparents. Instead, they called a day-care center.

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  4. Fort Lawton low-income housing project moves forward - and more Magnolia neighbors are on boardRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 9 | Seattle Times

    Ten years after first floating the idea, eight years after losing a battle in court, and more than a year after bringing the idea back from the dead, Seattle may finally transform an unused plot of land at the edge of Discovery Park into more than 200 affordable apartments and houses. The city hearing examiner last month cleared an obstacle for the city's proposed housing project at Fort Lawton in Magnolia.

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  5. Girls basketball preview: Once Eastlake's Keeli Burton-Oliver...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 9 | Seattle Times

    Keeli Burton-Oliver was all girlie girl as a kid with a love of dance, music, gymnastics and horseback riding - just about anything but basketball, her Mom's passion. Cindi Jensen was a gym rat growing up, starring at Sammamish High School , Ventura College and later UTEP and Seattle Pacific as a 6-foot shooting guard.

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  6. Backtalk: Times readers sound off on Mariners, NHLRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | Seattle Times

    I vividly remember going to a ballgame in 1992 between the terrible Seattle Mariners and the mediocre Cleveland Indians. What struck me was how plainly you could see Cleveland was on the rise.

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  7. Catastrophic earthquake would knock out multiple Seattle reservoirs, pump stationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | Seattle Times

    Newly released documents from a Seattle Public Utilities study say a catastrophic earthquake would devastate Seattle's water system partly by knocking out reservoirs, pump stations, elevated tanks and standpipes in various neighborhoods. As many as four reservoirs, eight pump stations, two elevated tanks and three standpipes would be rendered nonfunctional, according to a section of the study SPU previously had kept under wraps.

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  8. Durkan grants longtime associate a $720,000 no-bid contract to steer...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 4 | Seattle Times

    Anne Fennessy, part of the political team to rescue beleaguered Sound Transit back in the early 2000s, has been hired by Mayor Jenny Durkan in a four-year $720,000 consulting contract to represent Seattle, as local politicians hash out the multibillion dollar light-rail alignment for future Ballard, downtown and West Seattle corridors. Fennessy will work under a sole-source, no-bid agreement signed with the mayor's office.

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  9. Final plans outlined for demolition of Alaskan Way ViaductRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 3 | Seattle Times

    The Alaskan Way Viaduct, shown in July in front of Century Link Field and Safeco Field in Seattle, will be torn down over about 5 1/2 months. Kiewit Infrastructure West, prime contractor for the $75 million demolition of the Alaskan Way Viaduct, has ironed out its final strategy for the work, which is expected to take up to 5 1/2 months.

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  10. More strain for Seattle motorists: A Sodo onramp to the viaduct closes Jan. 4, a week earlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 30 | Seattle Times

    The existing northbound onramp from the stadium area to the Alaskan Way Viaduct will close Jan. 4, or a week earlier than the permanent viaduct shutdown Jan. 11. When the replacement tunnel opens in early February, drivers at this site will descend from a Sodo interchange to Highway 99 using a downward ramp, shown here between the unfinished exit bridge and yellow crane. This change worsens the coming "Seattle Squeeze," by blocking access to the ramp for a fourth week, until the new Highway 99 tunnel and Sodo interchange open the week of Feb. 4. An average 12,500 drivers per weekday use this entrance off Royal Brougham Way South.

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  11. A Sawant challenger and 2 dropouts: Things are heating up ahead of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 30 | Seattle Times

    "I think that she needs to get focused on the needs of the District 3 and I don't think that's what has been happening," Beto Yarce said Thursday, opening his bid to unseat Sawant at a preschool on Capitol Hill. Many voters will wait months before tuning in to the elections, while others are paying close attention now.

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  12. After political storms in first year, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan may be building momentumRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 25 | Seattle Times

    When Seattle residents first learned that Mayor Jenny Durkan wouldn't consider Carmen Best for the job of police chief, at a news conference that drew intense blowback from community groups, Durkan was absent, initially leaving others to take the heat. This month, as the City Council weighed a police-union contract opposed by many of the same groups, she was everywhere, rallying for the contract with Best at her side.

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  13. New on-street parking rates are coming to Seattle neighborhoods. Here's what you'll payRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 23 | Seattle Times

    These areas, which contain about 12,000 on-street paid parking spaces , were evaluated for how full they were during morning, afternoon and evening hours on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in mostly March and April of this year. Traffic Lab is a Seattle Times project that digs into the region's thorny transportation issues, spotlights promising approaches to easing gridlock, and helps readers find the best ways to get around.

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  14. No Cookbooks Allowed: Seattle pop-up dinners celebrate immigrant home cooksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 23 | Seattle Times

    Melissa Miranda, the Filipino-American chef at Bar del Corso, never understood why her mother and grandmother, great cooks both, never wrote down their recipes. They never wrote recipes on index cards and assiduously filed them, like those stolid Midwestern Lutheran mothers.

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  15. Seattle police: Hate crime committed against a gay man from Cameroon...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 20 | Seattle Times

    A Seattle man was attacked and his mother - who lives in Cameroon - was assaulted after a woman stole his phone and posted intimate photos of the man and his husband online, according to prosecutors. Two men have since been charged with a hate crime.

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  16. Sound Transit board approves new contract, 11 percent raise for CEO Peter RogoffRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2018 | Seattle Times

    Sound Transit CEO Peter Rogoff speaks to the media last year about work being done on the I-90 floating bridge in preparation for light-rail trains. The Sound Transit Board voted Thursday to renew his contract.

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  17. Seattle restaurant classics: Why you need to go to Voula's Offshore CafeRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2018 | Seattle Times

    If you're a newcomer to town, you need to hit this old-school favorite - and if you've been around, don't forget to show your love. Welcome to the first in a series celebrating Seattle's classic restaurants.

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  18. Ballard's Freakout Festival brings psych rockers and hip-hop renegades to 8 venues this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2018 | Seattle Times

    Like most good ideas - democracy, combination Pizza Hut/Taco Bells - it came to Freakout Records co-founder Guy Keltner and his friends while they were getting high and drinking beer. Instead of doing their usual Capitol Hill house-party thing, they thought, maybe one of these weekends they should move their beer-fueled gatherings to the neighborhood's bars and venues, inviting some of their out-of-town friends' bands to play.

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  19. 5 pro tips for your first absolutely beginning adult ballet classRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 14, 2018 | Seattle Times

    You might associate ballet with black leotards and pink tights, but adult students generally aren't required to dress like extras on " Elizabeth Chayer, the founder of Seattle dance studio American Dance Institute , says that she fields a lot of questions from adult students rooted in fear of leotards. "I often wonder how many women don't pursue ballet because they are afraid of that very thing," she says.

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  20. Seattle education levy should benefit charter students, tooRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 12, 2018 | Seattle Times

    Money from Seattle's new Families, Education, Preschool and Promise Program levy should not be used to further divide Seattle public school students. Students at the city's three public charter schools should benefit from the levy along with those who attend traditional public schools.

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