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Thomas K. Ray was born in 1852, in Sioux City, Iowa. When he was 24 years old, his parents and siblings journeyed west by wagon train to the Territory of Washington with TK settling in the Duwamish Valley around 1880.
On one of the hottest June evenings of the year, as the weather settles into a scorching 85 degrees, four teenagers head outside Maple Valley… Continue reading
The Tukwila Green Partnership will host an orientation on Saturday, June 3. The orientation is scheduled for 9 a.m. to noon at Tukwila Community Center,… Continue reading
A huge boondoggle that will ruin a great place to live; or a wonderful opportunity to bring growth to our city.
The Museum of Flight’s fourth annual SpaceFest on Saturday and Sunday, May 20-21, complements the opening weekend of its new Apollo exhibit. The theme for… Continue reading
Approximately 100 high school and college students are expected to attend a summit designed for American Indians and Alaska Natives living in south King County.… Continue reading
Children and adults are invited to help design a new playground for Cascade View Park in Tukwila. Tukwila Parks and Recreation, Foresters Financial and KaBOOM!… Continue reading
The Matt Griffin YMCA in SeaTac hosts a free community event on Saturday, April 29, to inspire more kids to keep their minds and bodies… Continue reading
The Discover Burien Farmers Market opens for the season Thursday, May 4. The market, at Town Square Park near Fifth Avenue Southwest and Southwest 152nd… Continue reading
The Tukwila Historical Society’s mission is to preserve and share historical artifacts and stories of the community.
The public is invited to celebrate and explore diversity and contemporary social justice issues during Unity Through Diversity Week at Highline College, April 24-28. Among… Continue reading
Vanessa Zaputil and Ellen Gengler just happened to be at a Tukwila City Council meeting in 2010 when they learned the city was considering closing… Continue reading
What is Talbot Hill Elementary School’s MicroSociety program? How does it help students become better leaders?
Children of all ages scoured the Tukwila Pool on Saturday in search of eggs. Some eggs contained small prizes, while children could exchange empty plastic… Continue reading
From 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 18, the Tukwila Pool will host the third annual egg hunt.
By Richard McLeland-Wieser Tukwila Historical Society When a tanker overturned on Interstate 5 last month, the normal 20-minute commute from Seattle to Tukwila stretched into… Continue reading
College students from throughout the Pacific Northwest will have the chance to practice thwarting hackers during the annual Pacific Rim Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition on… Continue reading
Free 2-day event fights food desert in South King County
New format, new name for 3rd annual event
Tukwila’s very own Special Olympics Swim Team — the Tukwila Turtles — is seeking swimmers.