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Tukwila’s first charter school is now open

The school currently has about 180 students enrolled in it.

 

New deputy chief named at police department

Deputy Chief Eric Drever has been with the department for about 24 years, but took over as deputy chief Sept. 1.

 

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Students, staff return to the classroom following strike

School officially started for students on Sept. 10.

 

Teacher strikes could be coming to an end

The Tukwila School District and the Tukwila Education Association came to a tentative agreement about teacher salaries.

Teachers and TEA members protest outside of Foster High School on Sept. 5, which was supposed to be the first day of school for the Tukwila School District. Photo by Kayse Angel

School is cancelled, again

The Tukwila School District and the Tukwila Education Association still haven’t come to an agreement regarding teacher salaries.

Teachers and TEA members protest outside of Foster High School on Sept. 5, which was supposed to be the first day of school for the Tukwila School District. Photo by Kayse Angel
Photo by Kayse Angel

First day of school cancelled for Tukwila schools

The Tukwila Education Association still plan to strike on Wednesday, Sept. 5.

Photo by Kayse Angel
Photos by Kayse Angel

Tukwila school staff rally for better wages

Union, teachers and community members rallied on Aug. 24 before a bargaining session regarding wages.

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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.

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Sounders beat Dallas 2-1

The Seattle Sounders took on FC Dallas Aug. 12 at CenturyLink Field. The Sounders won its fifth game in a row, beating Dallas 2-1. The… Continue reading

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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.

One killed, one injured in Tukwila shooting Wednesday morning

Tukwila police believe this shooting is not random, the investigation is ongoing.

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Tukwila’s Touch-A-Truck event|Photo Gallery

Tukwila hosts a safety and emergency preparedness fair that teaches kids how to handle different safety situations, while giving them the opportunity to have fun with all sorts of city official vehicles.

Photos by Kayse Angel
Photos by Kayse Angel

Seawolves celebration|Photo Gallery

The Seattle Seawolves are the 2018 Major League Rugby champions. Tukwila Mayor Allan Ekberg and the city council declared July 24 as “Seawolves Day” in Tukwila.

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Photo by Kayse Angel

A community celebration for Tukwila

The Tukwila Village Community Celebration was a chance for everyone in the city to come and celebrate Tukwila Village, which has been in the work for decades.

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Starfire and all its glory

Starfire Sports opened in 2003 and the rest is soccer history.

Local organization helps Tukwila School District

Communities in Schools of Renton is helping the school district get school supplies for kids who need them, by hosting a supply donation drive.

Chocolate lovers unite, enjoy three workshops now through September

The first of the three workshops will be held on July 19.

4th at the Fort

The Tukwila family event, 4th at the Fort, will take place at Fort Dent Park starting at 4 p.m.

Seventh graders from Showalter Middle School speak with Port of Seattle’s intern, Aidin Montefisher and water quality and program manager from King County, Julia Yen, about their project.

Showalter Middle School kids get a taste of park design

The Port of Seattle teamed up with Educurious to give students a chance to design their own park.

Seventh graders from Showalter Middle School speak with Port of Seattle’s intern, Aidin Montefisher and water quality and program manager from King County, Julia Yen, about their project.