Poverty Bay Wine Festival Volunteers get FUN benefits; here’s how YOU can help
Poverty Bay Wine Festival Volunteers get FUN benefits! Do you want to help your community and have fun at the same time? The 12th annual Poverty Bay Wine Festival – sponsored by the Rotary Club of Des Moines and Normandy Park – will return to the Des Moines Beach Park Auditorium (22030 Cliff Ave. S.; just north of the Marina) on Friday, March 4 from 5 – 10 p.m. and on Saturday, March 4 from Noon until 9 p.m. Twenty great wineries, great food and great unplugged entertainment by Arron Jones, Brian Butler and other fabulous blues artists is lined up and now all we need is your great support! Poverty Bay Wine Festival volunteers (21 ...
Fire destroys chicken coop in Normandy Park early Tuesday morning
A multi-alarm fire destroyed a chicken coop and shed near SW 170th Street and 21st Ave SW in Normandy Park early Tuesday morning, Feb. 9. Several chickens apparently perished in the blaze, which started around 12:30 a.m. The fire was started by a heat lamp in a chicken coop, then spread into the attic space of the house. The Burien/Normandy Park Fire Department made a quick stop on it, and contained the damage to approximately $30,000. BTB Reader Derek Adachi sent these photos, and also gave this eyewitness account to The B-Town Blog: I was working late last night/early this morning and saw 6 or ...
PODCAST: Obama cites Highline Public Schools; change in weather & more…
Here's episode #37 of our SoKing News Podcast Weekly Recap, which is sponsored by a generous grant from J-Lab's Encore Media Entrepreneurs program, supported with funding from the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation, and the Nicholas B. Ottaway Foundation: Weekly Video Recap for the weekend of Feb. 5-7, 2016: Activist drops request for public records; President Obama cites Highline Public Schools; Puget Sound Weather Geek says a change is in forecast; Jack Mayne Commentary on homelessness; 'The Final Take' & more... Please subscribe to our Podcast, hear previous episodes and rate us on iTunes here!
Chicquette chosen new Normandy Park Mayor; Finance stays with Waters
by Jack Mayne In its first meeting with three new members, the Normandy Park City Council made a somewhat unusual decision to make a newly-elected member the Mayor for the next two years, replacing Susan West who did not run for reelection to the Council. The three candidates nominated for Normandy Park mayor Tuesday night (Jan. 12) started with former Mayor Pro-Tem Doug Osterman nominating himself, then Councilmember John Rankin nominated new member Jonathan Chicquette and Councilmember Tom Munslow nominated Councilmember Kathleen Waters. Judge Laurel Gibson ceremonially swore in the three newly elected Councilmembers – Jonathan Chicquette, John L. Rankin and Michelle Sipes-Marvin ...
The City of Normandy Park will be holding a Town Hall Meeting on Police Vehicles on Thursday, March 10 at the City Hall Recreation Center. The meeting will take place from 6 – 8 p.m. Here’s more... [Read more]Sponsored Post
NPB Real Estate Sponsor Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Northwest’s Open House – set for both this SATURDAY and SUNDAY, is an impressive, newly constructed, two-story, 5-bedroom home with nine-foot... [Read more]Sponsored Post
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Poverty Bay Wine Festival Volunteers get FUN benefits! Do you want to help your community and have fun at the same time? The 12th annual Poverty Bay Wine Festival – sponsored by the Rotary Club of... [Read more]Sponsored Post
Advertiser Seattle Christian Schools invites you to discover why families in Seattle and South King County continue to choose Seattle Christian Schools! They invite you to an Open House on Thursday,... [Read more]Sponsored Post
Local Author Georgette Vikingstad Valle will celebrate the launch of her third book – Hi Diddle Diddle, Read a Bird Riddle – with a book signing at the Thursday, Feb. 25 Normandy Park Art Gallery... [Read more]
A multi-alarm fire destroyed a chicken coop and shed near SW 170th Street and 21st Ave SW in Normandy Park early Tuesday morning, Feb. 9. Several chickens apparently perished in the blaze, which started... [Read more]
The City of Normandy Park announced that it will be closing the Marvista Park Playground from Feb. 9 – 12 for the installation of new fencing. “Please pardon our mess while we remove the old fencing... [Read more]
Here’s episode #37 of our SoKing News Podcast Weekly Recap, which is sponsored by a generous grant from J-Lab’s Encore Media Entrepreneurs program, supported with funding from the Ethics... [Read more]Sponsored Post
Robbins & Co. is looking to hire an Office Assistant at their Burien office: Compensation: Starting at $16-$18 DOE Employment type: full-time Office assistant needed for small family-owned construction... [Read more]Read More Headlines