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Rainier Valley , Washington is located in King County. Zip codes in Rainier Valley (Seattle, WA) include 98118.

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Then and Now: 24/7 pharmacy a true lifesaver - Mon, 01 Sep 2014 PST

Pharmacists Joseph Hart and Owen Dilatush were confident they could build Spokane's next great drug store.

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Sun Aug 31, 2014

The Stranger

Sunday Morning News

What's That? You wanted to read reviews of almost every sing band that played Bumbershoot yesterday? Well good, we've got that right here.

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Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Seattle police kill man after brief standoff

Seattle police officer respond in a tactical vehicle after a man reportedly firing guns was shot by responding officers on Sunday, August 30, 2014 in the Queen Anne neighborhood.

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West Seattle Blog

West Seattle Sunday: Last lighthouse tours; trivia, music, more

Last day of August and we're spotlighting your last chance for something you can only do in the summertime: FINAL DAY TO TOUR ALKI POINT LIGHTHOUSE : 1-3:45 pm today, and then that's it until next summer.

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Peninsula Daily News

Maestro says Port Angeles ouster stirred personal money squeeze

Grammy winner and former Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra conductor Adam Stern says he can't pay his rent.

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

The Highline Times

These kids will have an app for that

In some schools, K-12 students are using computers that are five years old. However, the apps on their iPhones update themselves every two weeks.

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Biking Bis

Death of Seattle bicyclist brings sadness, raises questions

There's much heartache in the Seattle bicycling community today after the death on Friday of Sher Kung, a young mother who was killed at a dowtown intersection on Second Avenue at University Street.

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KOMO News

Rare corpse flower blooms in Seattle

A corpse flower growing at the Volunteer Park Conservatory in Seattle is finally blooming, and the public is invited to help name it.

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West Seattle Blog

Five notes for your West Seattle Friday afternoon/evening

Busy day so far, but we don't want to wait any longer to nudge you about four possibilities for this afternoon/evening, primarily from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar , plus one heads-up: FREE CANNING CLASS: West Seattle-based and nationally renowned food writer/educator Kim O'Donnel is leading a free canning demonstration with The Little Red ... (more)

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Seattle

Pioneer Square Is the New Shopping Destination

Seattle's oldest neighborhood has seen boom times and busts over its 162-year history.

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The Bennington Banner

Three years after Irene, Waterbury complex stretches for higher ground

On Aug. 28, 2011, Tropical Storm Irene began flooding state employees out of their Waterbury offices and psychiatric patients out of their beds.

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West Seattle Herald

Words, Writers & West Seattle' Presents Adult Fantasy Author Molly Ringle Sept. 5

A lifelong fan of folklore and mythology, Molly Ringle has been writing both contemporary fiction and paranormal fiction for over twenty-five years.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

The Stranger

Oh No! Ma'ono No More at the Rhino

Remember how exciting it was that the Rhino Room was serving food from the great Ma'ono ? And how it was from noon to 10 p.m. every day, and you could get a huge Hawaiian plate lunch with Ma'ono's incredible fried chicken for less than $10 ? And how it came with macaroni salad so good, it was clearly trying to kill you, plus murderously spicy ... (more)

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Examiner.com

Still Time to Catch Bumbershoot in Seattle

Those in the Pacific Northwest still looking for a place to play over Labor Day Weekend, might want to check out BumbershootA .

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Business Journal

Portage Bay Cafe to add a fourth Seattle neighborhood restaurant

Portage Bay Cafe will occupy the street-level space on the left, shown in this rendering of The Rooster, a 197-unit apartment building being developed by Lake Union Partners in Seattle's Roosevelt neighborhood.

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Capitol Hill Blog

Capitol Hill newspaper publisher still making its bucks off mortgage meltdown

It has been nearly three years since Bellevue-based RIM Publications and its parent company Northwest Trustee Services took over the remains of the weekly newspaper that covered Capitol Hill for decades and earned years of goodwill from the Hillers who remember their paper delivery routes and the nostalgia of simpler times.

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Capitol Hill Blog

Capitol Hill gay bar R Place turns 30

R Place celebrates its 30th anniversary this year and, despite repeated concerns about the end of the Capitol Hill "gayborhood," business is better than ever.

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Capitol Hill Blog

You can buy Capitol Hill's Chop Suey for $99,950

Everything is for sale. Just ask Broadway's Charlie's . The restaurant's owner Ken Bauer has listed the Capitol Hill classic for years .

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HeraldNet

Bumbershoot packs stages with Wu-Tang, more

The three-day festival has too many competing stages, too many bands, too many art booths and comedians and writers and actors crammed into its line-up.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

Bellevue Reporter

Rudy's making the cut at new Bellevue shop | Barbershop reopens on Main Street

Redevelopment in Old Bellevue forced Rudy's Barbershop to take a brief hiatus several months ago, but two-hour wait times for a trim during its grand reopening last weekend was proof customers are glad to have it back, said CEO Vy Le.

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