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Taproot Church
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At the center of Taproot Church is the Bible. We believe God communicates with His people through these sacred scriptures. Each Sunday gifted and qualified Elders teach and preach from the pages of this book. We pray that as you listen God will use these messages to transform your heart, mind, and soul for the glory of Jesus
 
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Local News & more for an area south of Seattle, WA, gleaned from South King Media's award-winning six local blogs!
 
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Highline Christian Church Sermons
 
Highline Christian Church Sermon Series by Senior Pastor Tim Knight. Highline Christian Church is located in Burien, Washington with service times at 9:00 and 10:40 am.
 
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Gathering Place Foursquare Church
 
Welcome to the sermon hub for Gathering Place Foursquare Church in Burien, Washington. We post sermons on Tuesdays following the date the message was given. Our website's sermon page is www.gpfoursquare.org/sermons.
 
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Today we're featuring some good advocacy news from Burien with Sean Martin and then we're sitting down with RHAWA board member Synthia Melton to talk about being a landlord, the law, and her own rental housing journey.
 
Under One Roof this week takes on Current! Your Current should be hitting your mailbox any day now and we're going over it's highlights including prominent articles and this month's education calendar. Sean then joins in to talk about good news for landlords in Burien and even some good news in Seattle.…
 
Recapping 3-2-1 BATTLE’s annual BATTLEMANIA with one of the voices of this weird wrestling assemblage, the Burien Fury, Murray Grande! Holy shit! What a year for 3-2-1. There’s a ton to cover. Special guests, packed crowds, Zach Morris time outs, a chair spot to end all chair spots, and the fucking streamer club. The matches were top notch all ...…
 
MARCHES Saturday, April 15, 2017TAX MARCH SEATTLE - 10:00 AM @Henry M. Jackson Federal Building, 915 2nd Avenue, SeattleTAX MARCH RICHLAND - 10:00 AM @ Jon Dam Plaza, 815 George Washington Way, RichlandTAX MARCH OLYMPIA - 10:00 AM @ Washington State Capitol, 416 Sid Snyder Avenue Southwest, OlympiaTAX MARCH ANACORTES - 2 PM @ Causland Park, 710 ...…
 
This week, we’re all heroes at LRB. Mike saved his family from conflict by sharing a heartfelt moment, even if it was only because his wires were tapped. Ann brazenly rejects the idea of “Gleeification,” despite only being our third-favorite babysitter. And Bobby offers to put his life and body on the line to settle whether or not Taco John’s i ...…
 
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Capitol Ideas: The Washington State House Democratic Caucus Podcast
 
Washington state pumps about 95 million metric tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere every year. That's more than twice the targeted volume for the year 2050, and we're behind schedule to meet that goal. Burien Democrat Joe Fitzgibbon chairs the House Environment Committee in Olympia, and he's introduced a bill to speed up the process by t ...…
 
Weekly Recap for Dec. 16-19, 2016: Police standoff with barricaded man results in 6-hour lockdown; Burien man in disguise arrested for double homicide; SeaTac council talks ethics; new utility poles; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast, Jack Mayne on good younger residents; ‘The Final Take’ & more…
 
Weekly Recap for Dec. 9-12, 2016: Local woman killed by suspected DUI driver; VIP Hookah Lounge closed, called 'nuisance'; Burien City Council considers ’sanctuary’ status; King County Sheriff’s Office unveils memorial; Jack Mayne on sanctuary cities; ‘The Final Take’ & more…
 
Weekly Recap for Nov. 18-21, 2016: Man shot in White Center; Police search for Green River killer victim remains near Southcenter; Burien man wanted for double homicide; man points gun at woman driving in Burien; Des Moines mail theft suspect captured on surveillance video; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; Jack Mayne on cops; ‘The Final Take’ ...…
 
Weekly Recap for Nov. 11-14, 2016: Man shoots up businesses in Burien; Highline High School student hit by vehicle; parents arrested for death of baby; School Bond will pass; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; Jack Mayne on the efficacy of interim city managers; ‘The Final Take’ on the election & more……
 
Weekly Recap for Oct. 28-31, 2016: Brazen thieves rob couriers, steal $400,000 worth of diamonds; displaced mobile home residents protest in SeaTac; Quiet Skies Coalition will fight FAA; new Burien logo sent back to drawing board; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; ‘The Final Take’ & more…
 
Topics & Ideas Discussed in This Episode: Halloween is Aaron's LEAST favorite holiday. Christian's son's class has been reading C.S. Lewis' The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe and they did a field trip to Seattle Children's Theater to see that play last week. The Real Estate market is definitely cyclical and the overall activity may slow down ...…
 
Weekly Recap for Oct. 21-24, 2016: Burien man gets 63 years for killing 2 at gas station; SeaTac Council ponders audio recording; Burien Council reviewing new branding/logo for city; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; Jack Mayne on future airport ideas; ‘The Final Take’ on local beer biz & more…
 
Weekly Recap for Oct. 14-17, 2016: Gunshots in Burien remain a mystery; woman found dead in car; Burien council selects Interim City Manager; Redondo boardwalk re-opened; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; Jack Mayne on local politics; ‘The Final Take’ & more…
 
Weekly Recap for Oct. 7-10,2016: Creepy Clown report puts two local schools into modified lockdown; illegal fireworks seized in Des Moines; Burien gets grant for new cops; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; Jack Mayne on the School Bond; ‘The Final Take’ & more…
 
Weekly recap for Sept. 30-Oct. 3, 2016: Find out where new red light cameras will be; Burien City Manager fired; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecasts change in weather; Jack Mayne on Burien council’s lack of transparency; ‘The Final Take’ on bikini bar burglary & more…
 
A chance to catch up, Frank and Pat made space to discuss King County's proposal to place a low barrier emergency shelter in the old public health clinic and the community's opposition to it, lunch at The Burien Fish House , Wolverine Football and so much more! Also, today's guest is Ms Pulemau Savusa who talks Our Future Matters (OFM), present ...…
 
Weekly recap for Sept. 23-26, 2016: Stabbing at local restaurant injures one; Burien City Council wants to meet with FAA about recent increase in airplane noise; Susan Enfield opens up about school policy; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; Jack Mayne commentary on fighting the FAA; ‘The Final Take’ on race relations & more……
 
Weekly Recap for Sept. 16-19, 2016: Burien burglar caught on tape; car thieves busted; former Burien councilmember passes away; new transit station opening; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; Jack Mayne on paid parking in Burien; ‘The Final Take’ & more…
 
Weekly Recap for Sept. 9-12, 2016: Man shot & killed near park; tabernacles stolen from Burien church; dead body found in airport restroom; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; student rescued from Mt. Si; Jack Mayne commentary on records requests; ‘The Final Take’ & more…
 
Weekly Recap for Aug. 26-29, 2016: Woman critically injured in bus vs car crash in Burien; fire hits popular SeaTac pub; Des Moines grapples with large number of Pokémon Go players; airplane noise increasing in Burien; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; Jack Mayne commentary on Pokémon Go & more…
 
Weekly Recap for Aug. 19-22, 2016: 18-year old shot & killed in Tukwila; New City Manager chosen by Des Moines; Burien Police rescue O.D. victim with new technique; Normandy Park Police saved; Jack Mayne commentary on school suspensions; ‘The Final Take’ & more…
 
Weekly Recap for Aug. 5-8, 2016: SeaTac house fire destroys new construction; Des Moines hires new City Manager; Burien Council debates hiring 2 new cops; SeaTac council nixes 'strong Mayor' idea; Jack Mayne commentary on local politics; ‘The Final Take’ & more…
 
Weekly Recap for July 29-Aug. 1, 2016: Domestic violence call results in huge police turnout; King County Council decides on pot stores in unincorporated areas; big fire response to Burien restaurant – but for the wrong reason; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; Jack Mayne commentary; ‘The Final Take’ & more……
 
Weekly Recap for July 22-25, 2016: Port of Seattle asks Burien to vacate land in NERA; Burien City Council extends CARES; new Highline Public School bond will be on Nov. ballot; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; Jack Mayne on local elections; ‘The Final Take’ & more…
 
Weekly Recap for July 15-18, 2016: Boat capsizes, two rescued; Burien business owners warned of scam; $18 million lawsuit hits SeaTac; City of Burien pays $1.75 million for fatal SR 509 crash; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; Jack Mayne on the August election; ‘The Final Take’ & more…
 
Weekly Recap for June 17-20, 2016: County opens inquest into police shooting of Burien man; fundraiser for crash victims raises ~$10,000; local beaches closed to shellfish harvesting; special guest does the Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; ‘The Final Take’ & more…
 
Weekly Recap for June 10-13, 2016: Conference on Youth Violence coming up; Burien awards ‘Citizen of the Year’ to Cassidy Huff; CARES contract renewed; ground broken on new FAA building in Des Moines; Jack Mayne Commentary; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; ‘The Final Take’ & more…
 
Weekly Recap for June 3-6, 2016: Fundraisers coming up at 2 Burien businesses for crash victims; Highline Schools Capital Facilities Advisory Committee lists priorities; Relay for Life Highline is coming up & moving locations; Volunteers needed to help White Center Parks; Jack Mayne Commentary on homelessness & more……
 
Weekly News Recap for May 27-30, 2016: 15-year old girl arrested for causing horrific crash, fundraiser started for Father/Son victims; Des Moines politician found 'Not Guilty' for assaulting child on school bus; Jack Mayne Commentary on Burien CARES Animal Control; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; 'The Final Take' & more……
 
Weekly News Recap for May 20-22, 2016: 17-year old boy shot in Burien; online ‘date’ ends up in shooting & carjacking in Des Moines; Des Moines P.D. arrest 13-year old in connection with recent fatal shooting; county issues moratorium on new pot stores; Jack Mayne Commentary on pot; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; ‘The Final Take’ & more……
 
Weekly News Recap for May 13-15, 2016: Man with knife shot by police in White Center; teens arrested for fatal shooting of Des Moines man; Burien’s credit rating upgraded; new Fire Station opens after contractor problems; Jack Mayne Commentary on airport noise; ‘The Final Take’ & more…
 
EPISODE 37: Happy Mother's Day! This week, The Zeitgeist discusses Meternity; the President, Larry Wilmore, and the n-word; Old Navy vs. racists; and much more. Enjoy! THIS WEEK’S TOPICS The Sizzle Meternity: Maternity leave for non-mothers? http://www.people.com/article/meternity-meghann-foye-maternity-leave-without-kids Politics The President ...…
 
Weekly Recap for April 29-May 1, 2016: Huge drug bust nets 10alleged dealers, heroin, meth, guns, $150,000 in cash, 9 cars &more; man fights house fire with garden hose, ends up in hospital;resident scolds SeaTac City Council; Normandy Park Police want newcars; Seattle City Light replacing old poles in Burien; Puget SouthWeather Geek has the we ...…
 
Weekly Recap for April 22-24, 2016: Burien PD busts bad guy on bike with stolen, loaded gun; gang shooting near Des Moines Marina injures woman; jewelry deal goes bad; motorcycle vs car accident; ex-Mayor re-joins Normandy Park Council; Jack Mayne Commentary on water purity & more...
 
A conference solely dedicated to the topic of hate crimes is happening in Burien next week. The Hate Crimes Conference is being organized by a Seattle police officer whose job involves bridging trust between police and the city’s LGBTQ community.By jwing@knkx.org (Jennifer Wing).
 
7-year old girl left in car stolen in Burien; middle school student pepper-sprayed after assaulting Security Guard; Normandy Park Police Chief resigns; popular Des Moines trail re-opens; SeaTac Interim City Manager to stay longer; Jack Mayne Commentary on Burien CARES & more...
 
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