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  1. West Seattle whales: Orcas reported in Elliott BayRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    Just got this report via text, and the Orca Network has a report too - orcas in Elliott Bay, likely closer to downtown than West Seattle. Let us know if you see them!

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  2. Voters Question Seattle Schools District's Construction SpendingRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | KUOW-FM Seattle

    Magnolia Elementary School has been boarded-up for more than a decade, and would reopen if voters approve Seattle Schools' Feb. 9 capital levy. Magnolia Elementary School is a big, brick building that opened in 1927.

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  3. Real Estate Buzz: HAL Real Estate is gearing up for growthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce

    HAL Real Estate has been quiet for a few years, but now the Seattle firm is starting to make some noise. The 23-year-old company recently was named as the equity partner on a five-story building at 744 N. 34th St. in Fremont that Tableau Software has leased.

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  4. 5 detained at Chief Sealth HS following report of gunRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Seattle Times

    Five people at Chief Sealth International High School in West Seattle have been detained after a student reported seeing with a gun on campus. She said authorities started investigating after a female student reported seeing another girl in a restroom Wednesday with what appeared to be a firearm in her purse.

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  5. Winning night @ Seattle Lutheran, including tribute to Coach CarlsonRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | West Seattle Blog

    WSB is getting some work done! But we're still reporting West Seattle news, 24/7.

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  6. Traffic/Transit Today: November's first MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2014 | West Seattle Blog

    No problems so far on the routes through/from West Seattle. Dry weather right now, but rain is expected to return later today .

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  7. Remembering Loni McIntosh: Memorial walk on November 1stRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 25, 2014 | West Seattle Blog

    Two and a half years ago, we noted local fitness instructor Loni McIntosh 's cancer battle , as friends organized a fundraiser. Today, we have word that Ms.

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  8. West Seattle development: Last phase of Whittaker site teardownRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2014 | West Seattle Blog

    Rain or shine, the demolition and construction work in the heart of West Seattle is proceeding - and today, at the future site of The Whittaker , the last round of demolition has begun. Teardown of the 1952-built former auto-dealership buildings on the south side of the site started this morning.

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  9. West Seattle weather: Rainbow before sunsetRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2014 | West Seattle Blog

    Thanks to Carolyn Newman for sharing the beautiful photo from just before tonight's sunset - she said it's the first time she'd seen anything like that in 40 years of living on Harbor Avenue!

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  10. Reminder: 1-day closure next Wednesday for local librariesRead the original story

    Oct 1, 2014 | West Seattle Blog

    Your friendly neighborhood local librarians want to remind you that, one week from today, all five southwest-area Seattle Public Library branches are closed, for an in-service day for the people who work there . That's Wednesday, October 8th; the "closed" sign will be up that day at Admiral , Delridge, High Point, South Park , and Southwest Branch Libraries.

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  11. Miss the Fauntleroy (Way) Boulevard open house? Here's what you missed, and what's nextRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 24, 2014 | West Seattle Blog

    You still have until 7 pm to go to the Senior Center of West Seattle and get a closer look at the newest renderings for how this project would change Fauntleroy Way between SW Alaska and 35th SW , with project manager Therese Casper and others standing by to answer your questions, as well as several ways to comment . The project is on its way to 60 percent design; if the $500,000 that's in the mayor's budget for the remaining 40 percent is approved, that will proceed, and then the city has to figure out how to pay to build the project's features.

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  12. West Seattle weekend scene: Tiki Tank on AlkiRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 7, 2014 | West Seattle Blog

    From the Playa to the beach. Previously seen at Burning Man (here's video !), the Tiki Tank turned up on Alki tonight. David Hutchinson photographed it outside Spud, not far from the salsa'ing crowd at Statue of Liberty Plaza, in what mashed up into a fine late-summer Saturday night at the beach.

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  13. View from above: New South Park Bridge close to completionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2014 | West Seattle Blog

    The opening date for the new South Park Bridge isn't set yet, and King County isn't offering an estimate , but it's close to completion, as you can see in the two views shared this week by West Seattle photographer/pilot Long B. Nguyen : The county Department of Transportation says it's continuing electrical testing - 142 miles of wire in the project, according to an update earlier this spring .

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  14. West Seattle coyotes: Two sightings, three animalsRead the original story

    May 17, 2014 | West Seattle Blog

    Just wanted to warn our neighbors in Gatewood that my wife spotted two very healthy coyotes in the intersection of SW Monroe Street and 41st Avenue SW [ map ] at 3:45 am . After a few minutes they headed south on 41st.

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  15. What Tour Guides Do on Their Day Off...in SeattleRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 27 | The Huffington Post

    Each night during our week-long tour guide summit, our guides enjoyed social activities. On Sunday afternoon -- with the busy reunion parties and most of the meetings behind us -- we loaded them into two old American school buses , and set them free to explore Seattle.

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  16. About the police responses on and beneath the West Seattle BridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | West Seattle Blog

    Another death under investigation right now in West Seattle - under the West Seattle Bridge, apparently someone who died by suicide. Police were still in the right lane on the eastbound bridge as of a few minutes ago, with a vehicle believed to have been related to the incident.

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  17. Dead men in Belltown apartment were murderedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Detectives are investigating the deaths as a double homicide, a Seattle police spokesman said Tuesday morning. Details on the apparent slaying weren't immediately available.

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  18. Schmitz Park Elementary: New school opening this fall; kindergarten tour tomorrowRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 25 | West Seattle Blog

    The construction of both new West Seattle elementary campuses - for Schmitz Park at Genesee Hill and Arbor Heights - is on schedule for their planned openings this fall, Seattle Public Schools tells us. And if you will have a kindergartener going into Schmitz Park this fall, principal Gerrit Kischner invites you to their upcoming tours - 9 am tomorrow and Wednesday, February 10th: We are still hosting tours this year because we want families to start getting excited about our program.

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  19. Council Approves Mayor's Emergency Safe LotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 23 | KUOW-FM Seattle

    The Seattle City Council has approved the mayor's emergency plan to set up two so-called "safe lots" for homeless people with cars and RV's to stay. The two lots will be set up in Ballard and in Delridge in West Seattle.

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  20. 's First Cat Cafe is Now OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 23 | Seattle

    And now there's a place for all feline-philes-regardless of gender or relationship status-to enjoy the company of cats while indulging in another typically Seattle purr-suit : drinking coffee. Just opened in Wallingford, Seattle Meowtropolitan , is the region's first cat cafA .

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