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Tuwkila Police seeking public’s help identifying robbery & rape suspect

Tukwila Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the pictured individual who is the main suspect in the robbery and rape of a female in Tukwila on Aug. 6, 2022. Police say that the suspect arrived and fled from the scene on the pictured moped and was wearing...
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Ask Recology: Where can I take my plastic bags and film?

Welcome to “Ask Recology,” a monthly feature from sponsor Recology King County. I am wondering where I can take my plastic bags and film. I know that they are not recyclable in my curbside bin, but I always have a lot at my house and would like to know if there is another way to get rid of them besides just putting them in the trash. I hate sending things to the landfill!
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LETTER: Port of Seattle responds – ‘Airport programs create habitat, strengthen native species’

[EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is a Letter to the Editor, written by a verified resident. It does not necessarily reflect the opinions of South King Media, nor its staff:]. The Port of Seattle, the operator of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, is working in strong partnership with the City of SeaTac and other airport communities to preserve trees and green spaces to support a healthy environment now and for the future.
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LETTER: South King County Mayors ‘frustrated with rise in crime and violence’ does not include SeaTac

[EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is a Letter to the Editor, written by a verified resident. It does not necessarily reflect the opinions of The SeaTac Blog, nor its staff:]. Last week 8 South King County Mayors made public their demand for changes to the current laws and practices which hinder the prosecution of those who break the law in their cities (see attachment: ‘SKC Mayors Frustrated With Crime’).

Celebrate North SeaTac Park’s Birthday on Sunday, Aug. 21

North SeaTac Park, 200+ acres filled with play and community gathering spaces, wetlands and tributaries of Miller Creek, towering trees and winding trails, was officially opened in 1998. That makes it almost 25-years-old!. “Let’s gather to celebrate and call for permanently protecting it.”. Share a slice of cake, hear...
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City Council approves name change to ‘SeaTac Des Moines Creek Park’

The SeaTac City Council voted to approve the name change of a local park, at a council meeting on Tuesday, July 26, 2022. Des Moines Creek Park has officially changed to “SeaTac Des Moines Creek Park.”. This motion was passed unanimously, and was brought up by SeaTac parks, community...
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Back to School Fair will return to SeaTac on Thursday, Aug. 18

The Back to School Resource Fair (BTSF) is returning to SeaTac on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2022, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Valley Ridge Park. This one-day event is designed to help kids start off the school year successfully. In previous years it was attended by almost 3,000 community...
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King County Council approves creation of permanent gun, ammo return program

The King County Council on Tuesday, July 26, 2022 unanimously approved a proposal to create a permanent voluntary safe firearm and ammunition return program within the King County Sheriff’s Office. The measure was sponsored by King County Councilmembers Rod Dembowski, Jeanne Kohl-Welles, Joe McDermott, Girmay Zahilay, Sarah Perry and...