Vol: 21 No: 43 October 22, 2014

Feature

Passing through

By Aaron Burkhalter , Staff Reporter

Tent City 3 residents hope to stay on city-run land till year's end. They wonder if a move to state-owned land without a permit will lead to eviction (Read more...)

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News

Inmates in Tennessee sue state to uncover execution methods

via: The Contributor, Nashville, TN / By Amanda Haggard

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Bagshaw seeks $5M for more churches to offer overnight stays to homeless people

By George Howland, Jr. , Acting Assistant Editor

The big ask. Bagshaw wants $5M to shelter homeless people (Read more...)

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ACLU wants Burien to repeal ban on offensive odor, public bathing

By Aaron Burkhalter , Staff Reporter

Bar None. ACLU urges Burien to repeal body-odor ban (Read more...)

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County contract workers to earn minimum wage starting April 2015

By Aaron Burkhalter , Staff Reporter

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Tent City 3’s new location

By Aaron Burkhalter , Staff Reporter

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Power to the people?

By RC Staff

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A place at the table

By Aaron Burkhalter , Staff Reporter

Critics of the mayor’s affordable housing committee say it doesn’t include enough voices of low-income people (Read more...)

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Community & Editorial

An octogenarian recovers his optimism

By Richard Morrill

In his 80s, local activist Richard Morrill says many of society’s positive changes have been marred by setbacks. But he’s still hopeful (Read more...)

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Through ‘partnership,’ Seattle hands Amazon and Vulcan $1 billion to transform look of city

By John V. Fox / Guest Writer (Read more...)

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Arts & Entertainment

Bad animals

By Katherine Luck

Book Review - Animals in Motion / By David Ryan (Read more...)

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