Tagged with 'Science'

Learn about ‘State of the Puget Sound’ at MaST Center on Saturday, Nov. 1

Learn about ‘State of the Puget Sound’ at MaST Center on Saturday, Nov. 1

The MaST Center will host its monthly Science on the Sound speaker series with Leihla Scharlau from the Citizen Action Training School, giving an update on the “State of the Puget Sound” on Saturday,... [Read more]

WEATHER GEEK: Classic, strong Pacific storm to bring ‘gobs of rain’ to area

WEATHER GEEK: Classic, strong Pacific storm to bring ‘gobs of rain’ to area

From our very own Puget Sound Weather Geek: Click ^ “Play” ^ to see/hear the live streaming weather report/forecast. A classic strong pacific storm is churning off the coast of Washington... [Read more]

Blood Drive to be held at Des Moines Farmers Market on Saturday, Aug. 16

Blood Drive to be held at Des Moines Farmers Market on Saturday, Aug. 16

The Des Moines Farmers Market will be hosting a summer blood drive on Saturday, Aug. 16, and the Puget Sound Blood Center needs help! With summer, come vacations. Vacations mean fewer blood donors. Summer... [Read more]

New street lights will save Des Moines taxpayers $45,000 a year

New street lights will save Des Moines taxpayers $45,000 a year

by Jack Mayne Des Moines city officials expect to save over $45,000 a year by replacing the city’s 1,021 street lights more energy efficient LED lights, a move communities all over King County and the... [Read more]

Welcome our latest innovation: our own 24/7 ‘Puget Sound Weather Geek’!

Welcome our latest innovation: our own 24/7 ‘Puget Sound Weather Geek’!

Press PLAY for live streaming video by the Puget Sound Weather Geek! We’re proud to introduce our latest innovation – our own hyperlocal weatherperson, the Puget Sound Weather Geek (aka Chris... [Read more]

Want to help Marine Mammals? MaST Center holding info session this Saturday

Want to help Marine Mammals? MaST Center holding info session this Saturday

The MaST Center in Redondo – a part of Highline Community College – will be holding an information session and meet & greet for people interested in being part of our Marine Mammal Stranding Response... [Read more]

Got caps? Highline’s MaST Center seeking bottle caps for recycling project

Got caps? Highline’s MaST Center seeking bottle caps for recycling project

Highline Community College’s Marine Science and Technology Center (MaST) announced the launch of their new “Got Caps?” plastic bottle cap collection campaign, which will twist off on Saturday, June... [Read more]

South Seattle Radiation Oncologist Brings Expertise, Personal Story to Fighting Cancer

South Seattle Radiation Oncologist Brings Expertise, Personal Story to Fighting Cancer

South Seattle Radiation Oncologist James Brashears III, MD, is bringing expertise, along with his own personal story, to the fight against cancer. “The first time I meet with my patients, my role is... [Read more]

Aviation High School Senior Headed to International Science Competition

Aviation High School Senior Headed to International Science Competition

Aviation High School student Jake Hecla (far right), with teammates Rian Chandra and Ray Maung, display their awards and medals for second place overall and first place for Physics & Astronomy. Jake... [Read more]

Highline MaST Center’s FREE ‘Science on the Sound’ Starts Saturday

Highline MaST Center’s FREE ‘Science on the Sound’ Starts Saturday

Highline Community College’s Marine Science and Technology (MaST) Center will be holding it FREE ‘Science on the Sound’ events, with the first being this Saturday, Jan. 12. This week’s... [Read more]

Highline College’s MaST Center will be at Des Moines Farmers Market Saturday

Highline College’s MaST Center will be at Des Moines Farmers Market Saturday

The Des Moines Waterfront Farmers Market is once again happy to partner with Highline College’s MaST Center the fourth Saturday of the month throughout the season – which means their information... [Read more]

VIDEO: Unique Student Graduates from Highline College ‘Magna Cum Crabbe’

VIDEO: Unique Student Graduates from Highline College ‘Magna Cum Crabbe’

It’s graduation season, which means local students of all types, and, um…species are moving on to bigger and better things. And that includes a special Des Moines resident named Ophelia, who... [Read more]