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  1. Grease on stove catches fire, smoke inhalation sends one to hospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Highline Times

    A somewhat common "food on the stove" fire resulted in some serious smoke on Monday night sending one resident of a home on Delridge Way SW to the hospital. Kyle Moore, of the Seattle Fire Dept.

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  2. Seattle Green Spaces Coaltion holding planning meeting on Brace Point substation Mar.8Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Highline Times

    The Seattle Green Spaces Coalition meeting to plan an event for the Fauntleroy Substation on Brace Point Drive is set for Sunday March 8 at the Southwest Library from 3:00pm to 4:45pm. From the SGSC website: "Seattle Green Spaces Coalition has asked the City to provide extensive information on Seattle City Lights' actions and plans for the 35+ Surplus Substations in order to determine the basis for their clearing of the vegetation at Neighborhood properties, their methods of clearing and environmental remediation alternatives, and the process of including the Neighborhoods in the determination of what is best for both the Neighborhoods.

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  3. Construction begins on Delridge Way SW safety improvementsRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | The Highline Times

    Today a contractor working for the Seattle Department of Transportation began working on improvements along Delridge Way Southwest between Southwest Andover Street and the West Seattle Bridge Trail. This project will improve safety for all roadway users as well as for pedestrians and bicyclists using the trail.

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  4. 32 acres of land on Myers Way subject of meeting to save itRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | The Highline Times

    A community meeting aimed at preserving 32 acres of land on Myers Way South is set for March 14. Organizers say that they need to reach the threshold of 500 people who choose to keep that land undeveloped, and eventually for it to become "Discovery Park South", otherwise they say it could be sold for the possible site of a Lowes Hardware Store. Information from the organizers The City of Seattle intends to sell the Myers Parcels for commercial development soon, most likely to LOWES.

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  5. On the Go Week of 3-2-15Read the original story

    Yesterday | The Highline Times

    Evergreen HS Boys Baseball Fundraising Breakfast White Center Eagle Club 10452 15th Ave. SW Sat., March 7, 9-1 p.m. Support the Evergreen High School Boys Baseball Team - The Wolverines. Because of recent thefts of equipment and lack of funding, the team is in desperate need of basic equipment and field improvements, so they can field a team this season.

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  6. Changes taking place at the Log House MuseumRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | The Highline Times

    The Southwest Seattle Historical Society's museum manager, Sarah Baylinson, is headed to central Oregon. Baylinson, who has managed the organization's museum near Alki Beach for the past two and a half years, has accepted the position of collections manager for the Crook County-funded Bowman Museum in Prineville, Ore.

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  7. A landmark will be brought back: The historic Admiral Theater will be upgraded and improvedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | West Seattle Herald

    Finally, after months of speculation and years of hoping for the Admiral Theater to be renovated and improved, an agreement in principle has been reached between Far Away Entertainment and the owners of the theater building to remodel and expand one of Seattle's oldest vintage movie theaters. With planned improvements to begin this fall, the upgrades will protect and preserve the historic heritage and unique interiors of the building that first opened as the Portola Theater in 1919.

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  8. Charter school supporters get their feet wet in first info sessionRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | The Highline Times

    The California-based Summit Public Schools kicked off an info session Thurs. evening about the future of a potential West Seattle charter school opening in 2016.

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  9. Pecos Pit BBQ coming to West Seattle and the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | The Highline Times

    Pecos Pit BBQ, with a 30 year track record of success in the Seattle area signed a licensing agreement with Gerry Kingen, owner of Salty's Seafood Grills, more than a year ago. In that time plans to bring Pecos to a wider audience have been in the works.

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  10. West Seattle Hi Yu seeking applicants for Senior CourtRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | West Seattle Herald

    West Seattle Hi-Yu is looking for young women or men to represent West Seattle on the 2015 Senior Court. Candidates are judged on their community service projects, talent, spontaneous speaking, and other skills necessary to represent West Seattle Hi-Yu.

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  11. Dump truck dumps but not the right wayRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | The Highline Times

    A multi axel dump truck lost load and flipped at SW Spokane St and SW Avalon Way around 3:15pm blocking the roadway to the West Seattle Bridge on ramp. A tow truck was brought in to help right the truck and clear the road.

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  12. On the Go Week of 2-23-15Read the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | West Seattle Herald

    Volunteer Soccer Coaches Needed High Point Community Center 206.684.7422 South Park Community Center 206.684.7451 Spring 2015, Mon. and/or Wed.

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  13. WestSide Baby 14th Annual Benefit Tea is March 1Read the original story

    Saturday Feb 21 | West Seattle Herald

    The Tea, at the Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center, marks WestSide Baby's largest event of the year, with more than 600 supporters gathering for a lively afternoon of tea and philanthropic inspiration. The 2015 Tea centers on need in our community that is often kept hidden from sight, and understanding how together we can help children grow up safe and healthy.

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  14. Jungle Book will be presented by West Seattle Elementary SchoolRead the original story

    Friday Feb 20 | The Highline Times

    The Disney classic, The Jungle Book is being presented by West Seattle Elementary School on Feb. 25, 26, 27 performing for grades K, 1 & on February 25 at 1:30pm and grades 3.4 & 5 on February 26. plus a special evening performance for friends and families on February 27 at 6:00pm Tickets for Friday's show will be a suggested donation of $2 with all proceeds going to fund next year's show.The school is located at 6760 34th Ave SW. We encourage our readers to comment.

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  15. Kareem Abdul Jabbar visits West Seattle's Sanislo ElementaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | West Seattle Herald

    Standing 7 feet 2 inches, NBA Legend and Author Kareem Abdul-Kabbar visited Sanislo Elementary on Feb. 19 3rd-5th graders promoting his new book "Stealing the Game". He chatted for about 10 minutes with the students then held a Q & A session for more than 30 minutes.

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  16. New West Seattle radio station coming soonRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 19 | West Seattle Herald

    A new nonprofit community radio station recently approved by the Federal Communications Commission will serve the North Admiral neighborhood in West Seattle, along with parts of Alki, starting in Oct. 2015. Aside from West Seattle, the station will also serve First Hill, Capitol Hill, Belltown, Queen Anne, Montlake, Madrona, Central District and Mt.

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  17. Port slowdown has impact on West Seattle business; Emerald Maritime is off 35%Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 18 | The Highline Times

    The labor dispute between the longshoreman's union and the Pacific Maritime Association management has had far reaching effects in the 29 ports along the west coast with ships offshore unable to offload their cargo and shipments on shore held up and prevented from leaving. The effect on the economy at large will have to wait to be determined once the dispute is finally settled but for one West Seattle business, it is having dramatic impact.

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  18. Highland Park Play Area community design review meeting set for March 3Read the original story

    Wednesday Feb 18 | West Seattle Herald

    The Highland Park Playground upgrades are the subject of the third and final meeting for the public on the design, usability and safety of the plan. The meeting is set for Tuesday March, 3 at 6:30pm at Highland Park Elementary School 1012 SW Trenton St. For questions about the project or if you need special meeting accommodations please contact Jeron A. Gates, Seattle Parks and Recreation Planner, 800 Maynard Ave. So.

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  19. Then there were eight: Dave Montoure enters District 1 City Council raceRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 17 | West Seattle Herald

    Former West Seattle Chamber of Commerce President and the co-owner of the West 5 Restaurant in the West Seattle Junction Dave Montoure became the eighth announced candidate for the new District 1 Seattle City Council seat. He joins seven others seeking the position including Chas Redmond, Amanda Kay Hemlock, George Capestany, Phillip Tavel, Shannon Braddock and Brianna Thomas.

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  20. Police blotter week of 2-16-15Read the original story

    Monday Feb 16 | West Seattle Herald

    Machete attack Just after 3 p.m. on Feb. 6 an attack occurred on the South Seattle College Campus involving a suspect armed with a machete. The victim in this incident narrowly avoided harm by dodging the suspect's swing.

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