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Wah Kue Restaurant to reopen – Grand Opening celebration is this Sunday!

Wah Kue Restaurant to reopen – Grand Opening celebration is this Sunday!

The historic and very popular Wah Kue Restaurant – which originally opened for business in Burien over six decades ago, is reopening with new owners. The Grand Opening celebration is this Sunday, April... [Read more]

Cambodian New Year celebration will be this Saturday, April 25

Cambodian New Year celebration will be this Saturday, April 25

A celebration for the Cambodian New Year will be this Saturday, April 25, from 10:30 – 5 p.m. between 15th and 16th Ave SW at SW 98th Street in White Center. “Come, celebrate and enjoy the festivities... [Read more]

PHOTOS/VIDEO: Ground officially broken for new White Center Library

PHOTOS/VIDEO: Ground officially broken for new White Center Library

Story & Photos/Video by Scott Schaefer Ground was officially broken for a new King County Library branch at 1409 SW 107th Street in White Center on Thursday afternoon, March 19. A tented V.I.P. section... [Read more]

Tukwila’s Foster High School Celebrates 100-Year Anniversary March 21

Tukwila’s Foster High School Celebrates 100-Year Anniversary March 21

The Bulldog community will honor the past, present, and future with a dance- and music-filled evening on Saturday, March 21. In 1915, the United States was on the brink of entering World War I, the 47th... [Read more]

Groundbreaking for new White Center Library will be Thursday, March 19

Groundbreaking for new White Center Library will be Thursday, March 19

Groundbreaking for the new White Center Library – to be located at 1409 SW 107th Street – is set for Thursday, March, 19 at 3 p.m. The current White Center branch, which was opened in 1976, is located... [Read more]

Seattle City Council again wants to annex White Center; plus, take our Poll

Seattle City Council again wants to annex White Center; plus, take our Poll

by Jack Mayne The Seattle City Council wants to ask the people of White Center and north Boulevard Park to vote on whether they want to be a part of Seattle. Annexation of the North Highline Unincorporated... [Read more]

Help former White Center Blog Writer Sarah Fox launch her ‘Downwind’ book

Help former White Center Blog Writer Sarah Fox launch her ‘Downwind’ book

Local Historian and former White Center Blog Writer (now Author) Sarah Fox is asking for the public’s help for her recently ­published book “Downwind: A People’s History of the Nuclear West.” This... [Read more]

King County Housing Authority sells final 54 lots of homes at Seola Gardens

King County Housing Authority sells final 54 lots of homes at Seola Gardens

The King County Housing Authority announced Tuesday (Sept. 2) that it had recently completed the sale of the final 54 lots for market-rate, single-family homes at Seola Gardens. The land purchase by a... [Read more]

Locally-produced UFO film premieres as series on IndieFlix

Locally-produced UFO film premieres as series on IndieFlix

EDITOR’S NOTE: “The Maury Island Incident” is a short film that was shot and produced locally during the summer of 2013, and released in May, 2014. It was Directed/Produced by WCB Founder/Publisher... [Read more]

Benefit screening of local UFO film ‘The Maury Island Incident’ will be Aug. 1

Benefit screening of local UFO film ‘The Maury Island Incident’ will be Aug. 1

A benefit screening of the locally-produced UFO film “The Maury Island Incident” for Discover Burien will take place on Friday night, Aug. 1 at the Tin Theater in Burien, starting at 7 p.m. “The... [Read more]

Brand spankin’ new South Park Bridge set to open June 30

Brand spankin’ new South Park Bridge set to open June 30

Photo courtesy King County. King County Executive Dow Constantine on Wednesday (June 4) announced that the newly constructed South Park Bridge will open June 30. The previous drawbridge, built in 1931,... [Read more]