6 hrs ago
UW's Damore'ea Stringfellow, Mariners: Seattle Times readers sound off
Have Damore'ea Stringfellow sit out two games. Forgive him, let him grow up and get the chip off his shoulder.
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11 hrs ago
Editorial: Vote no on King County Proposition 1
THIS week, King County Metro Transit finally revised the list of service reductions it would make if voters turned down Proposition 1 on Tuesday's ballot.
15 hrs ago
Top 12 tips for celebrating Easter this year
For events and Easter egg hunts, check The Seattle Times' Community Calendar . Also see the listings on EasterEggHuntsAndEvents.org or Northwest Gold Coast for information on Easter egg hunts.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Proposed timber sale near Oso mudslide canceled
Washington state officials canceled a timber sale five miles from the Oso mudslide Friday, saying they want to take a second look at the plan to ensure there are no risks to the public.
Editorial: State needs to seek more help for high-school counselors
Washington's college-going rate among high school graduates is one of the worst in the nation.
Stockton man accused of homicide in Washington
One former Franklin High School student is dead and another is being held in a Seattle jail on suspicion of homicide in the death of his girlfriend.
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CORRECTION: Seattle Rep hires new managing director from D.C. [The Seattle Times :: ]
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) April 17--CORRECTION: Information in this article, originally published April 17, 2014, was corrected April 17, 2014.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
editorial writers win Sigma Delta Chi award for marijuana editorials
Congratulations to Seattle Times editorial writer Jonathan Martin and retired writer Bruce Ramsey for winning the prestigious Sigma Delta Chi Award for Editorial Writing for large newspapers.
Boeing's job transfer from Washington to St. Louis causing internal rifts
In December, Boeing disclosed its plans to transfer about 1,000 research engineering jobs from Washington state to new technology research centers in St. Louis, Huntsville, Ala., and North Charleston, S.C., by the end of 2015, an announcement that is now contributing to internal dissent at the company.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
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Washington's Stringfellow pleads guilty to assault
Suspended Washington wide receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow has pleaded guilty to two counts of fourth-degree assault against Seahawks fans in separate incidents after the Super Bowl.
2014 Peeps contest winner donates prize to Oso slide victims
Peep-le's Choice: "Little Peep of Horrors - It's 'Suppertime' for Audrey II!" by Marta Olson and members of the backstage crew at the 5th Avenue Theatre.
The Wednesday Morning News: Sinking Ferry, School Money, and a Boston Bomb Hoax
Hundreds Still Missing After Ferry Sinks : Calling it South Korea's "worst maritime disaster in decades, Korea JoojaAng Daily reports that 491 people - mostly high school students - were aboard a ferry when it sank off the country's southern coast.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Lime shortage puts the squeeze on local bars and restaurants
A lime garnish? You won't see that anymore on your cocktail with this lime shortage.
John Luther Adams Wins Pulitzer For 'Become Ocean'
Composer John Luther Adams was as surprised as anybody when the Pulitzer Prize committee called him Monday, April 14, to let him know he'd won the prize for his composition "Become Ocean."
Washington state lands chief breaks vow, takes money from timber industry
"I will not accept money from the industries that I'll be regulating," the Democrat said at a public forum in Gig Harbor that year, during his successful campaign to unseat Republican Doug Sutherland, the incumbent commissioner of public lands.
Tuesday's releases include an Oscar nominee, a Christmas story and a "Nut Job." Star ratings are by Seattle Times movie reviewers, freelancers or wire services.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Editorial: Benjamin Nuñez-Marquez’ deportation ...
An Orcas Island community's fight to keep a trusted sawyer from being deported shows why Congress should pass comprehensive immigration reform.
zoe | juniper's BEGINAGAIN to Make NYC Debut at 3-Legged Dog, 5/8-10
Conceived, designed and directed by Zoe Scofield and Juniper Shuey, with choreography by Zoe Scofield and visual design by Juniper Shuey, BEGINAGAIN opens on Thursday, May 8 for a limited engagement through Saturday, May 10. The performance schedule is Thursday & Friday at 8 PM; Saturday at 7 PM & 9 PM.