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  1. West Seattle Wednesday: Candidates; WordsWest; Morgan Community Association; moreRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | West Seattle Blog

    WEDNESDAY AT THE MOVIES: 1 pm screening at the Senior Center of West Seattle . This afternoon's movie: "Richard III" from 1995.


  2. ELECTION 2018: West Seattle to get second ballot dropboxRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | West Seattle Blog

    Two years after getting its first permanent ballot dropbox from King County Elections , West Seattle is about to get a second one. Lora Radford of the West Seattle Junction Association has been working with KC Elections on a location for a dropbox in The Junction.


  3. Where will West Seattle's light-rail stations be? Feet First walk-and-talk on TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | West Seattle Blog

    As reported here a week and a half ago , the second of three levels of light-rail-route review has concluded and what's known as the Golf Course/Alaska Junction/Tunnel proposal is under the microscope. A big part of the decisionmaking process involves station siting - and that's a focus of a walk-and-talk tour you're invited to join tomorrow.


  4. Walk, write, carve, celebrate, more on your West Seattle SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 14 | West Seattle Blog

    TRAFFIC ALERT: The Highway 99 and I-5 closures are scheduled to continue today , but in the past they've ended earlier - especially 99 - so we'll be monitoring through the day, and will publish a separate update if that does happen. In the meantime, southbound 99 is closed between the West Seattle Bridge and Battery St. Tunnel, and northbound I-5 has lane closures starting south of the city and stretching to Olive Way.


  5. CONGRATULATIONS! Alki Elementary honored again as 'School of Distinction'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | West Seattle Blog

    For the second consecutive year, Alki Elementary has made the statewide list of "Schools of Distinction," the only one in West Seattle. The Center for Educational Effectiveness chooses schools for the award every year based on five years of improvement in mathematics and English language arts, as explained in the Seattle Public Schools announcement of its recipients.


  6. BIZNOTE: Former Atomic Boys space finally has new tenantRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | West Seattle Blog

    Thanks to Andy for the photo and tip . The 4311 SW Admiral Way storefront where Atomic Boys closed more than a year and a half ago finally has a new tenant: Cometa Playschool .


  7. Ten topics tackled @ Fauntleroy Community AssociationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 11 | West Seattle Blog

    Community group meetings are often excellent ways to learn a little about a lot of things - and not just about what's happening in the group's home neighborhood. So it went at the October board meeting of the Fauntleroy Community Association on Tuesday night, with 10 topics of note: BUDGET MEETING WITH COUNCILMEMBER HERBOLD: FCA president Mike Dey said City Councilmember Lisa Herbold convened representatives of at least a dozen neighborhoods a night earlier to talk about the budget.


  8. West Seattle light rail: Elected Leadership Group shoots down 'Pigeon Ridge' optionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 5 | West Seattle Blog

    ORIGINAL REPORT, 4:04 PM FRIDAY: Nine days after the Stakeholder Advisory Group for West Seattle/Ballard light rail decided to recommend two options for the third and final stage of review, the next group up the ladder has thrown one of them out. We've obtained from Sound Transit the results of this morning's Elected Leadership Group meeting: That means the ELG did not accept one of the SAG's recommendations, keeping the "Pigeon Ridge" alternative - which ST estimated would cost an extra $1.2 billion - in play.


  9. Road Work Alert: Harbor/Spokane stripingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 4 | West Seattle Blog

    One of the dormant SDOT projects in West Seattle is about to start up again. Just out of the WSB inbox : Crews plan to begin striping the intersection of Harbor Ave SW and SW Spokane St tomorrow, Friday, October 5. This work must be completed in dry weather conditions and may be postponed to Monday, October 8. Striping will take approximately 2 days to complete.


  10. California sea lion carcass removed from West Seattle beachRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 7 | West Seattle Blog

    After about a week, a dead California sea lion that had been on the beach at Jack Block Park is gone. David Hutchinson of Seal Sitters Marine Mammal Stranding Network shares the photo and explains its disposition: Friday, a team from the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife and SR3 , in cooperation with the Port of Seattle, removed an 8-foot long California sea lion carcass from the public beach at Jack Block Park.


  11. 2 blessing events ahead for West Seattle petsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 2 | West Seattle Blog

    Blessing events for pets and their people are traditional this time of year, around the feast day for St. Francis of Assisi , and we have received announcements for two in West Seattle in the days ahead: THURSDAY: This one is new - Resting Waters invites you to a "blessing of the pets" event tomorrow night, 6:30 pm, including in memory of those you've lost. Calendar listing with details is here .


  12. BIZNOTE: Shug's Soda Fountain opening 'mini' outpost in West SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 3 | West Seattle Blog

    Thanks for the tips ! First we heard a rumor - now a sign is up, and we have confirmation: The West Seattleites who run Shug's Soda Fountain at Pike Place Market are opening a "mini" version here. We talked today with co-proprietor Colleen Wilkie , who says they're "excited to be in the neighborhood" since it's where they live - "we feel we could fit right in."


  13. ALERT: Health authorities add West Seattle shores to unsafe-shellfish warningRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 1 | West Seattle Blog

    Paralytic shellfish poison has been detected at unsafe levels along Alki Beach south to the Pierce County line as well as on all Vashon-Maury Island beaches. As a result, the Washington State Department of Health has closed these shores to recreational shellfish harvest.


  14. Meet the creator of TimeBanks USA in West SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 28 | West Seattle Blog

    Late-breaking news from the West Seattle Timebank : The man who founded and leads TimeBanks USA will be in West Seattle on Sunday , and you're invited to meet him. Dr. Edgar Cahn also is a legal professor and served as a speechwriter for Robert F. Kennedy, among other roles on his resume.


  15. Myers Way 'monstrosity,' crime-fighting emphasis, and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 26 | West Seattle Blog

    For the fourth time in two weeks, the big headline in a community-meeting update from Southwest Precinct police leadership was the Myers Way east-side cleanup - now under way. This time, the update was at the first West Seattle Block Watch Captains Network meeting since the group's summer hiatus .


  16. West Seattle Chamber of Commerce searching for new CEORead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 24 | West Seattle Blog

    After almost five years as CEO of the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce , Lynn Dennis is leaving. Here's the announcement we received today from the Chamber: The West Seattle Chamber of Commerce announced today that Lynn Dennis has officially resigned from her nearly 5 years as the CEO of the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce, effective at the end of the year.


  17. Signed up yet? 2 weeks until 3 hours that can save your lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 23 | West Seattle Blog

    That's your video invitation to a free preparedness event unlike any other you've attended. 2-5 pm Sunday, October 7th, at High Point Community Center , West Seattle Be Prepared and the Emergency Communication Hubs invite you to learn and talk about how to be ready for The Big One.


  18. You can help! Here's a FUN* way to volunteerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | West Seattle Blog

    You don't have to leave the city to enjoy nature - or to teach kids about it, which is the goal of a Seattle Audubon looking right now for West Seattle volunteers. The announcement, from Wendy Walker : Do you know how spiders navigate their own webs without getting stuck, or why tree leaves are different shapes? Explore these and other fun science topics with Seattle Audubon's * FUN program.


  19. West Seattle Crime Prevention Council: Myers Way, auto theft, noise, school officersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | West Seattle Blog

    Toplines from last night's West Seattle Crime Prevention Council meeting, which turned out to have a featured guest after all: CAPTAIN'S UPDATE: Precinct commander Capt. Pierre Davis spoke about Myers Way and says the city's Navigation Team is "ready and willing" to remove the unsanctioned camp in the woods on the east side - outreach is under way now, posting is next, and "hopefully by the end of October that will be cleaned and repurposed."


  20. West Seattle Sunday: Cosmo 7K, Southwest Stories, Khmer Music Night, and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 16, 2018 | West Seattle Blog

    TRAFFIC ALERTS: The southbound Highway 99 closure , north of the West Seattle Bridge, is scheduled to continue until late tonight . Plus - Alki Avenue is closed this morning until about 10:30 am for the first event on the rest of our list: COSMO 7K: This wildfire-smoke-postponed 7K run/5K walk-run takes off from Alki Bathhouse at 9:30 am.


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