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Mayor Charles Baker and future mayor, John Strander, as chairman of the Tukwila Planning Commission, were leading an accelerated pace toward annexation. The local property… Continue reading
In February, I attended a council-sponsored meeting at the Church by the Side of the Road to discuss a recent incident. A resident of Tukwila… Continue reading
Here is a fundamental truth. Everyone needs to be some place. We live in a metropolitan region considered to be one of the fastest growing… Continue reading
As the school district makes its transition to summer learning and vacation activities, we want to take this time to thank many of the wonderful… Continue reading
Let’s talk water safety. May is national Water Safety Month, and the Tukwila Pool is all in! Swimming is the most popular summer activity. What… Continue reading
The King County Library System has long been committed to offering a wide range of programs and services for every age, ability and background. But… Continue reading
March and April are busy months for school districts that bring complexity, challenging the leaders to stay focused. For Tukwila School District it is extremely… Continue reading
Teenagers and young adults, we love you, but we are letting you down. Are you safe in your schools? Do you have health care on… Continue reading
Last month, my column discussion centered on strategies for determining district of choice for families and their children. This month I will discuss strategies families… Continue reading
The Tukwila Pool has some exciting things going on this spring you do not want to miss. Did you know that you do not have… Continue reading
You may have noticed some new names in the paper last month and I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself and my staff.… Continue reading
Let’s talk about term limits in Tukwila. Some people believe that term limits are not needed. They say “Let the voters decide.” Fair enough for… Continue reading
A recently discovered newspaper clipping saved by Helen Nelsen became the inspiration for my research into a forgotten era in the history of the little… Continue reading
Student enrollment season is in full swing in the Puget Sound, King County Region. Because of the funding model utilized by state and federal agencies,… Continue reading
Staff plans for second semester, summer school and next school year.
Bill Holstine urges residents to keep elected leaders accountable.
Reporter columnist Chuck Parrish dives into the facts surrounding GOP tax cuts.
If legislators don’t act on the governor’s legislation, a plan could land on the November ballot.
In his State-of-the-State address, the governor made the case for an ambitious carbon tax.