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  1. West Seattle family gets racial threats in letter; Fundraising...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | West Seattle Herald

    A fundraising campaign has been launched to come to the aid of a West Seattle family that has received overt racial threats. The family who lives in the 3800 block of 22nd Avenue Southwest called police around 10 PM July 26 after the homeowner found the letter on the front door of her house.


  2. Local personality Georgie Kunkel presents 'Color Me...Read the original story

    Tuesday | West Seattle Herald

    Reviewing the years of her childhood, education, teaching and counseling, work as "Rosie, the Riveter" for Boeing, political activity with the National Organization of Women, community organizing, performing musical and comedic entertainment, Georgie Kunkel will talk about her book Color Me Feminist at "Words, Writers & West Seattle's" monthly book-talk series. The Southwest Seattle Historical Society sponsors this free book-talk series on the 'First Friday' of each month.


  3. Georgie's View: Watch Your LanguageRead the original story

    Monday Jul 25 | West Seattle Herald

    Long ago I determined to eliminate violent language from my vocabulary. After all, I grew up with a single mother who never ever raised her voice or used her hand against me in anger.


  4. Historical Society provides lots of waysa to 'Love' The Junction' during Summer FestRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 6 | West Seattle Herald

    The Southwest Seattle Historical Society's "We The Junction" Task Force plans a variety of activities during West Seattle Summer Fest that will invite attendees to support the preservation of key buildings in The West Seattle Junction. The headquarters for these activities will be the Southwest Seattle Historical Society booth, located next to the Easy Street Records booth, just north of the main Junction intersection of California Avenue Southwest and Southwest Alaska Street.


  5. Pat's View: Parading AroundRead the original story

    Monday Jul 4 | West Seattle Herald

    "I love a parade, the tramping of feet, I love every beat I hear of a drum. I love a parade, when I hear a band I just want to stand and cheer as they come."


  6. Once and Future River: Reclaiming the DuwamishRead the original story

    Monday Jul 4 | West Seattle Herald

    "Words, Writers & West Seattle's" monthly book-talk series will be held on July 8th instead of the usual 'First Friday' this month because of the holiday on the 4th. Once and Future River: Reclaiming the Duwamish, is just published with the University of Washington Press and is about the damaged landscape of Seattle's Duwamish River, finding hope in the story of our past, present and future impact on the earth.


  7. Karen Horne is walking, and talking about Lupus; Lupus Walk/Run set for July 9Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 4 | West Seattle Herald

    The reason White Center resident Karen Horne participates year after year in the Alliance for Lupus Research's 5K Run/Walk is simple. "If there's a cure, bring it on," she said.


  8. On the Go Week of 7-4-16-16Read the original story

    Monday Jul 4 | The Highline Times

    Discovery Shop 4535 California Ave. S.W. 206.937.7169 July 8-10 Summer Fest at the Junction. Our popular, annual Plant Sale will take place in front of the store and everything is half price inside the store.


  9. Wa. State Patrol comes to aid of panic stricken woman on 1st Ave. So. BridgeRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 28 | West Seattle Herald

    According to the Washington State Patrol one of their sergeants helped rescue a distraught teenager from serious injury on the morning of June 28 on the 1st Ave. Bridge in Seattle. Mmultiple phone calls had come in to WSP dispatch regarding a young female, standing on the bridge.


  10. South Highline National captures titleRead the original story

    Monday Jun 27 | West Seattle Herald

    South Highline National made quick work of Seattle Central for the District 7 Intermediate title for 13 year olds between Majors and Juniors. National scored a 19-4 victory over Seattle to open the two-team double-elimination tournament Saturday, then wrapped up the title with a 17-7 win Sunday.


  11. On the Go Week of 6-20-16Read the original story

    Jun 20, 2016 | West Seattle Herald

    Playhouse Northwest Birthday Party Team Playhouse NW 3270 California Ave. S.W. Mon., June 20, 5-9:45 p.m. For three years we have been putting education and actors first. Join us for cake, refreshments, music and good cheer.


  12. West Seattle Boxing Gym open house set for July 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 13, 2016 | The Highline Times

    The Boxing Gym West Seattle 9613 16th Ave SW is hosting an Open House so that people can check out what the space is all about and have fun in the process. Party goers will have a chance to chat with Coach Lee Torres and members of the gym.


  13. Is it time to adopt a cat? Kitty Harbor opens this weekendRead the original story

    Jun 9, 2016 | The Highline Times

    Cat adoption facility Kitty Harbor is throwing open their doors on Saturday and Sunday, from 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm, both days. A total of 30 fabulous felines are excited to meet 'n' greet you; 5 attentive adults and 25 krazy kittens.


  14. Historic murals of West Seattle tour will happen during Art Walk June 9Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 9, 2016 | West Seattle Herald

    West Seattle Art Walk is pleased to announce an extra special event planned for this Art Walk Thursday, tomorrow June 9th. Stop by The Junction for Historic Mural Tours with Clay Eals of the Southwest Seattle Historical Society! Learn more about these scenes of local history and how they came to grace the walls of our businesses in The Junction.


  15. Glacier Bay ends West Seattle Wildcats seasonRead the original story

    May 27, 2016 | West Seattle Herald

    Back to back losses brought an early end to West Seattle's stay at the state Class 3A girls fastpitch softball championship tournament Friday. After being edged by Enumclaw by a 2-1 score in their noon opener the Wildcats played Glacier Peak at 2 p.m. and bowed out with a 7-2 loss.


  16. 'Hood to Hood' by KEXP returns to West Seattle; Youngstown will host June 5Read the original story

    May 23, 2016 | West Seattle Herald

    KEXP welcomes music lovers from all neighborhoods to join us at Youngstown from noon to 6:00 PM for a live broadcast of DJ Quilty and DJ Stevie Zoom, featuring live performances by Greys, Acapulco Lips, and Porter Ray, plus a free street festival with bands, food trucks, and a beer garden in collaboration with Redhook. After the live broadcast, Skylark Cafe will host a West Seattle Music Showcase and the music continues at Shadowland's Hood to Hood After Party with DJ Troy Nelson.


  17. West Seattle falls in SemiFinals of girls fast pitchRead the original story

    May 19, 2016 | West Seattle Herald

    West Seattle was dunked by Lake Washington, 6-1, in the semifinals of the Sea-King District 2 girls fasrpitch softball tournament Thursday. The Wildcats fall into the game for third and fourth place at 5 p.m. Friday at the Southwest Athletic Complex near Chief Sealth, where Thursday's game was also played.


  18. On the Go Week of 5-16-16Read the original story

    May 16, 2016 | The Highline Times

    West Seattle Timebank Open House and Potluck Senior Center of West Seattle 4217 SW Oregon St. Thurs., May 19, 6 p.m., Join us for our monthly Open House and Potluck. This month's speaker is West Seattle resident Kellie Phelan.


  19. King County Water Taxi delivering record-level service during Viaduct closureRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2016 | West Seattle Herald

    People across the region continue to shift how they commute to avoid peak congestion during the 99 closure, and King County Water Taxi is seeing much higher ridership as a result. Boats to and from West Seattle carried more than 7,700 riders during the past three days, more than tripling typical ridership - and there's still some capacity and parking as travelers consider their Monday morning commute options.


  20. Alaskan Way Viaduct closes April 29 -- here is what you need to knowRead the original story

    Apr 28, 2016 | The Highline Times

    By Gwen Davis The Alaskan Way Viaduct will close at 12:01 Friday. It will remain closed for two weeks.


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