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Photos by Kayse Angel

Lettuce, do our best to keep Tukwila’s parks healthy

Green Tukwila Day took place on Oct. 6 at Tukwila Park and had over 50 volunteers attend.

 

‘November Road’ is the nail-biter you’ve been looking for

Catch me, if you can! And the chase began, one of you the pursuer, the other pursued, racing through park or playground, across the yard,… Continue reading

 

Ray Ellison, far right, and another Fiddlers band member perform Oct. 9 at the Tukwila Community Center. Photo by Kayse Angel

You’re never too old to start something new

A local Tukwila community member has been performing music for seniors at the Tukwila Community Center for at least 22 years.

 

Photos by Kayse Angel

Operation Warm: More than just a coat

Fire stations from around the area all come together to pass out jackets to kids in need of them.

Photos by Kayse Angel
Deputy Chief Jon Napier speaks to the press about the Look. Listen. Learn. Contest.

Look. Listen. Learn.

Puget Sound Fire celebrates Fire Prevention Week by holding a contest and creating two new forms of non-emergency contacts.

Deputy Chief Jon Napier speaks to the press about the Look. Listen. Learn. Contest.

‘A Healing Justice’ should be on your bookshelf

Your pup is a pretty respectable watch dog. If anyone merely considers walking by your house, it doesn’t go unnoticed. And if someone actually dares… Continue reading

Sweet story conceals nail biting thriller

A kid’s gotta do what a kid’s gotta do. If it’s your responsibility — real or perceived — you need to make things happen. You… Continue reading

Tukwila Green Day is Oct. 6

This is a family friendly event where community members have the opportunity to learn about restoration of forests and local parks.

  • Sep 27, 2018

This creepy tale will keep you turning the pages

Your future was laid out before. It’s all set. You have plans, and a method to execute them. Each step of your journey will progress… Continue reading

Coming of the cattle

By Louise Jones-Brown Tukwila Historical Society President September 1851 was a very important time in the lives of the early Duwamish River pioneer settlers as… Continue reading

  • Sep 19, 2018

Some days, it’s good to feel needed

Some days, you just need a hug. Other days, you only want to be left alone to think your thoughts, gather your feelings, and miss… Continue reading

Free state park day on Sept. 22

No Discover Pass will be required for this day.

  • Sep 12, 2018

Answers may be hard to come

You’re on the edge of your chair. Curiosity is almost killing you; there’s something you need to know but knowledge may be impossible. Truth may… Continue reading

‘If You Love Me’ deserves a spot on your bookshelf

First tooth, first step. Every milestone your baby passed was reason for celebration. First day of school, first home run, you were there, cheerleading. First… Continue reading

If you love thrillers, you’ll want to dive into ‘Desolation Mountain’

The dream is one you’ll never forget. It’s dark, and scary, and it wakes you with pounding heart and dry mouth, a scream on your… Continue reading

World-wide myths, legends meet teen-friendly narrative

Your favorite superhero was 10 feet tall. Larger than life. Super-sized, right there on the movie screen and that’s just how you like it. There’s… Continue reading

Nonprofit coffee shop helps with job training

Kona Kai Coffee offers jobs to people, young, old and everyone in between.

Hot cars are no place for pets

With temperatures in the high 80’s and low 90’s, it becomes even more dangerous to keep your animal in a car.

The logo that the Good Shepherd Youth group in the Tukwila School District came up with this year. Submitted photo.

Program leads students to success

Good Shepherd Youth Outreach is a nonprofit that employs prevention and intervention support programs for young men of color in Western Washington.

The logo that the Good Shepherd Youth group in the Tukwila School District came up with this year. Submitted photo.

Dive into the story of the average gig-employee

Your allowance was never enough, as a kid. Oh, sure, it bought you what you needed but what you wanted, well, you had to figure… Continue reading