Houston, far left, greets a visitor as Rue, center, looks on. Juveniles are called kids, and  females are referred to as does or nannies. Males are called bucks or billies. These rescue goats have devoured unwanted weeds located at Seattle’s Navigation Center, which opens soon. Known for their calming demeanor, goats were used as companions for high-strung racehorses. Stableboys who stole goats before races did so to upset their competitors, causing them to lose. The phrase, “I’m going to get your goat,” thus refers to angering or annoying one’s rival.
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By Nancy Gardner The  Voice editor The City of Seattle’s new Navigation Center for the homeless, opening this summer, got some landscaping assistance from 55 rescue goats in early June. […]

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High Point
June 12, 2017, Comments Off

  Seattle Housing Authority residents Biniam and Carmila enjoyed the sunshine at the West Seattle Bee Festival in High Point on May 20 with their mom, Nazret, and baby brother. […]

Basic services, including showers and laundry, along with health and housing resources will be offered in a new homeless shelter that will cater to clients with different needs.
March 1, 2017, No comments

By Voice Staff The City’s long-awaited Navigation Center will open this spring at the Pearl Warren Building, at 606 12th Ave South, in Seattle’s International District. The center will be […]

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February 1, 2017, No comments

By Nancy Gardner The Voice editor On Jan. 20, while the nation’s capital turned to watch Donald Trump, the country’s 45th president, get sworn in, many Seattleites were readying themselves […]

  • Houston, far left, greets a visitor as Rue, center, looks on. Juveniles are called kids, and  females are referred to as does or nannies. Males are called bucks or billies. These rescue goats have devoured unwanted weeds located at Seattle’s Navigation Center, which opens soon. Known for their calming demeanor, goats were used as companions for high-strung racehorses. Stableboys who stole goats before races did so to upset their competitors, causing them to lose. The phrase, “I’m going to get your goat,” thus refers to angering or annoying one’s rival.
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  • Millions of people around the world celebrated Earth Day, April 22, by taking part in rallies and the March for Science, a non-partisan movement to celebrate science and its role in our everyday lives. In Seattle, thousands walked from Cal Anderson Park on Capitol Hill to Seattle Center to hear Gov. Jay Inslee and Mayor Ed Murray support scientific discoveries. President Donald Trump says he believes climate change is a hoax, and has proposed steep cuts to scientific agencies including the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
  • Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal made a special stop to a citizenship class at Neighborhood House Feb. 23. Sharing her own personal story, she told students how important it is for their voices to be heard. Congresswoman Jayapal is the first Indian-American woman in the House of Representatives and advocates for women's, immigrant, civil and human rights. She represents the 7th District in Congress.
  • Basic services, including showers and laundry, along with health and housing resources will be offered in a new homeless shelter that will cater to clients with different needs.
  • Photo by Kae Saeteurn