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The Facts Newspaper The Facts Newspaper was established September 7, 1961 by Fitzgerald Redd Beaver, and was one the first Black oriented newspaper in the Pacific Northwest.

The Facts Newspaper was established September 7, 1961 by Fitzgerald Redd Beaver, and was one of the first Black oriented newspaper in the Pacific Northwest. The Facts appeared as a sixteen page metro- sized chronicle of Black heritage reporting on the success and transition with in the Black community. The Facts was distinguished by its personal character, pink pages and remarkable
longevity. Mr.

The Facts Newspaper was established September 7, 1961 by Fitzgerald Redd Beaver, and was one of the first Black oriented newspaper in the Pacific Northwest. The Facts appeared as a sixteen page metro- sized chronicle of Black heritage reporting on the success and transition with in the Black community. The Facts was distinguished by its personal character, pink pages and remarkable
longevity. Mr.

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Happy Mother’s Day to all the mamas and grand mamas 💕💐
05/08/2022

Happy Mother’s Day to all the mamas and grand mamas 💕💐

Seattle Center is seeking candidates for positions on the Seattle Center Advisory Commission
05/06/2022
Seattle Center is seeking candidates for positions on the Seattle Center Advisory Commission

Seattle Center is seeking candidates for positions on the Seattle Center Advisory Commission

SEATTLE (May 4, 2022) - Seattle Center, a department of the City of Seattle, is seeking candidates for open positions on the Seattle Center Advisory Commission. The 16-member board, appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by Seattle City Council, represents the interests of Seattle citizens by advising...

Running for public office? Candidate Filing Week is May 16-20
05/06/2022
Running for public office? Candidate Filing Week is May 16-20

Running for public office? Candidate Filing Week is May 16-20

OLYMPIA — Candidate Filing Week is May 16-20 for people who want to run for any of the 165 federal, state, and multicounty legislative or judicial offices up for election in Washington this year. Candidates are encouraged to submit an application online with the Office of the Secretary of State be...

Executive Constantine appoints Patti Cole-Tindall as King County Sheriff
05/05/2022
Executive Constantine appoints Patti Cole-Tindall as King County Sheriff

Executive Constantine appoints Patti Cole-Tindall as King County Sheriff

Patti Cole-Tindall has been nominated to be King County Sheriff. The King County Council will host a hearing on May 18, followed by a confirmation vote. Following a nationwide search and thorough interview and public engagement process, Executive Constantine announced today his appointment of Patti....

National Nurses Week kicking off May 6
05/05/2022
National Nurses Week kicking off May 6

National Nurses Week kicking off May 6

With National Nurses Week kicking off May 6, and nurses continuing to serve on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2022’s Best & Worst States for Nurses, as well as accompanying videos and expert commentary. In order to help...

Seattle’s Mayor Promotes Diversity Within Local Media Outlets
05/05/2022
Seattle’s Mayor Promotes Diversity Within Local Media Outlets

Seattle’s Mayor Promotes Diversity Within Local Media Outlets

By Chardonnay Beaver (left to right) mayor Bruce Harrell and Chardonnay Beaver pose for a photograph after concluding a roundtable discussion, Apr. 19, 2022. Chardonnay Beaver On Apr. 19, 2022, Seattle’s mayor Bruce Harrell organized a roundtable discussion for journalists representing local ethni...

In Loving Memory of Curtis Marie (Majors) Williams
05/05/2022
In Loving Memory of Curtis Marie (Majors) Williams

In Loving Memory of Curtis Marie (Majors) Williams

Sunrise: August 21st 1945 Sunset: April 25th 2022 On Monday April 25th 2022, Marie passed peacefully surrounded by family and friends at Swedish Medical Center First Hill in Seattle Washington. Marie Williams affectionately known as “Bruce” was born in Waco Texas on August 21st 1945 to Leola (Ma...

In Loving Memory of Myriana Lee' Nicole Hightower aka "MyMy" Our Princess.
05/05/2022
In Loving Memory of Myriana Lee' Nicole Hightower aka "MyMy" Our Princess.

In Loving Memory of Myriana Lee' Nicole Hightower aka "MyMy" Our Princess.

Sunrise 4-20-01 Sunset 4-14-22 Myriana was born in Seattle WA to Stacia Hightower and Myran Lee Barnes. She leaves behind her 5 year old daughther Tai'onna Nicole Fletcher. Our Princess passed at the precious age of 20, a week from her 21st birthday. She is "Forever 21; Forever Loved." Rest in peace...

In Loving Memory of Jerry W. Rye
05/05/2022
In Loving Memory of Jerry W. Rye

In Loving Memory of Jerry W. Rye

Jerry Wayne Rye was born to Myrtle and Eddie Rye, Sr., on March 15, 1944, in Shreveport, Louisiana. He relocated to Seattle, Washington with his parents and siblings in 1952 when his father was named the Northwest Organizer for the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters (Pullman Porters). A proud 1963....

Paid Summer Internship Program
05/05/2022
Paid Summer Internship Program

Paid Summer Internship Program

King County Parks Youth Conservation Corps is a paid summer internship program that provides environmental learning opportunities for high schoolers. Interns work with King County Parks & Recreation Division staff at multiple Parks locations to better understand the breadth and depth of environmenta...

@a4applelearningcenter  is hiring !!
05/05/2022

@a4applelearningcenter is hiring !!

Come back to us 😢. Name these two restaurants
05/04/2022

Come back to us 😢.

Name these two restaurants

#SPOTTED @uncleikes_sea  in WEST SEATTLE Extra Extra This Weeks Edition Hot off the press.Check out your local business ...
05/04/2022

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Extra Extra This Weeks Edition Hot off the press.

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Extra Extra This Weeks Edition Hot off the press and ready to serve by 2pm. Check out your local business to get your co...
05/04/2022

Extra Extra This Weeks Edition Hot off the press and ready to serve by 2pm.

Check out your local business to get your copy. Does your business carry The Facts ? Let us know so we can feature you in our #spotted campaign .

A graveside service will be held Friday, May 6, 2022, at 12:30pm at Sunset Hills Memorial Park
05/04/2022
In Loving Memory of Sylvia Gayton Wesley

A graveside service will be held Friday, May 6, 2022, at 12:30pm at Sunset Hills Memorial Park

Sylvia Gayton Wesley of Seattle transitioned on April 7, 2022. Born April 10, 1929, Sylvia was the second child of John and Virginia Gayton. She graduated from Garfield High and enrolled at the UW. She received her bachelor’s degree in education from Seattle University along with her teaching cert...

@be.better.brand is having amazing deals all week long! If your in need of graphics for your business check then out!!
05/03/2022

@be.better.brand is having amazing deals all week long!

If your in need of graphics for your business check then out!!

#spotted @thepostman_seattle Great for all your postal services. They also feature a collection of local owned black aut...
05/02/2022

#spotted @thepostman_seattle

Great for all your postal services. They also feature a collection of local owned black authors . Go check them out today!!

Bitches Love Brunch, Mothers Day
05/02/2022
Bitches Love Brunch, Mothers Day

Bitches Love Brunch, Mothers Day

Chef Kristi Brown, Executive Chef and Co-Owner of That Brown Girl Cooks! Catering and the nationally acclaimed Communion Restaurant & Bar, invites all women to attend Bitches Love Brunch, a special culinary and community event on Mother’s Day! What: Bitches Love Brunch When: Mother’s Day - Sunda...

TODAY!!!
04/30/2022

TODAY!!!

Seattle Redistricting Commission invites participation in public forums
04/29/2022
Seattle Redistricting Commission invites participation in public forums

Seattle Redistricting Commission invites participation in public forums

SEATTLE (April 29, 2022) – The Seattle Redistricting Commission is currently examining how to redraw the boundaries of Seattle’s seven City Council Districts and is inviting community members to learn about the process and provide feedback at upcoming public forums. Individual forums are schedul...

Expand Assistance and Payment Plans
04/29/2022
Expand Assistance and Payment Plans

Expand Assistance and Payment Plans

City of Seattle Utilities Expand Assistance and Payment Plans for Customers Struggling to Pay Their Bills Seattle City Light and Seattle Public Utilities urge delinquent customers to contact them for help SEATTLE (April 28, 2022) - Seattle City Light (SCL) and Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) today an...

PIER 62 TO HOST SPOTLIGHT ON THE WATERFRONT
04/29/2022
PIER 62 TO HOST SPOTLIGHT ON THE WATERFRONT

PIER 62 TO HOST SPOTLIGHT ON THE WATERFRONT

PIER 62 TO HOST SPOTLIGHT ON THE WATERFRONT: FREE WEEKLY MUSIC AND DANCE PERFORMANCES FEATURING LOCAL ARTISTS SEATTLE (April 28, 2022)— Spotlight on the Waterfront returns to Pier 62 to bring a selection of free local music, art, and culture performances, Fridays from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Set on one o...

Seattle Municipal Court Statement Individuals Committing Frequent Offenses
04/29/2022
Seattle Municipal Court Statement Individuals Committing Frequent Offenses

Seattle Municipal Court Statement Individuals Committing Frequent Offenses

Seattle Municipal Court Statement Regarding City Attorney’s Formal Request to Allow Independent Prosecution of Individuals Committing Frequent Offenses Seattle (April 28, 2022) – In response to Seattle City Attorney Ann Davison’s April 27, 2022 letter to the Seattle Municipal Court judges, the...

WHAT DOES MEDIUM COVID-19 LEVEL MEAN FOR YOU? OUR LATEST DATA AND STEPS TO TAKE WITH CASES RISING
04/29/2022
WHAT DOES MEDIUM COVID-19 LEVEL MEAN FOR YOU? OUR LATEST DATA AND STEPS TO TAKE WITH CASES RISING

WHAT DOES MEDIUM COVID-19 LEVEL MEAN FOR YOU? OUR LATEST DATA AND STEPS TO TAKE WITH CASES RISING

Based on Public Health’s latest data from Monday, April 25th, our rate of cases now puts King County into the Medium COVID-19 Community Level as defined by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): over 200 new COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people over a seven-day period. While the C...

Portion of the Interurban Trail near Lynnwood Transit Center to reopen on May 1
04/29/2022
Portion of the Interurban Trail near Lynnwood Transit Center to reopen on May 1

Portion of the Interurban Trail near Lynnwood Transit Center to reopen on May 1

After being closed for nearly ten months, the portion of the Interurban Trail between 52nd Ave. W and 44th Ave. W near the Lynnwood Transit Center will reopen on Sunday, May 1. The section of the trail was closed to allow construction crews to work on the future Lynnwood City Center light rail stati...

SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans Available to Washington Small Businesses Due to Drought
04/29/2022
SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans Available to Washington Small Businesses Due to Drought

SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans Available to Washington Small Businesses Due to Drought

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Small nonfarm businesses in 20 Washington counties and neighboring counties in Idaho and Oregon are now eligible to apply for low interest federal disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration, announced Director Tanya N. Garfield of SBA’s Disaster Field Operati...

Tuberculosis cases on the rise globally and in Washington state
04/29/2022
Tuberculosis cases on the rise globally and in Washington state

Tuberculosis cases on the rise globally and in Washington state

OLYMPIA – Washington’s tuberculosis (TB) cases are on the rise, putting state and local public health officials on heightened alert. Widespread disruptions in public health and healthcare services and missed TB diagnoses due to similarities in symptoms between COVID-19 and TB are thought to have...

COVID-19
04/29/2022
COVID-19

COVID-19

Newest numbers. The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) reported a total of 1,493,194 confirmed cases as of 11:59 p.m. on April 26. There have been 12,686 COVID-19 deaths in Washington. Data note: DOH is still experiencing delays in reporting cases, hospitalizations, and deaths as a result o...

DEEL Announces Up To $1.5M in Grant Funding for Cultural Education and Leadership
04/29/2022
DEEL Announces Up To $1.5M in Grant Funding for Cultural Education and Leadership

DEEL Announces Up To $1.5M in Grant Funding for Cultural Education and Leadership

DEEL Announces Up To $1.5M in Grant Funding for Cultural Education and Leadership Opportunities Supporting Historically Underserved Youth Community organizations are invited to apply by May 16 for up to $150,000 per awardee Additional funding will support educator diversity programs SEATTLE (April 2...

Five Real-World Lessons From Common Core State Standards Implementation
04/29/2022
Five Real-World Lessons From Common Core State Standards Implementation

Five Real-World Lessons From Common Core State Standards Implementation

It happens all the time. Teachers are told to implement not one, not two, but three or four new policies—all at once. A new study dives deep into this multi-policy reality in two large (and un-named) school districts by examining the implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The st...

U.S. Depat. of Ed Expansion of Second Chance Pell Experiment and Actions to Help Incarcerated
04/29/2022
U.S. Depat. of Ed Expansion of Second Chance Pell Experiment and Actions to Help Incarcerated

U.S. Depat. of Ed Expansion of Second Chance Pell Experiment and Actions to Help Incarcerated

U.S. Department of Education Announces Expansion of Second Chance Pell Experiment and Actions to Help Incarcerated Individuals Resume Educational Journeys and Reduce Recidivism Today, during Second Chance Month, the U.S. Department of Education announces actions to help incarcerated individuals acce...

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Happy Mother’s Day to all the mamas and grand mamas 💕💐
@a4applelearningcenter is hiring !!
Come back to us 😢. Name these two restaurants