Ferries unveils revised schedule proposal

Washington State Ferries released the latest draft of a new triangle route schedule proposal on Monday afternoon, starting the clock… Continue reading

School district, support staff negotiate new contract

‘Our bottom line was a living wage for everyone’

Islander’s fundraiser will support VYFS voucher program

Responding to a need he saw demonstrated by friends in the community, islander Rich Osborne has been working to support… Continue reading

Forum, candidate debate set for Monday

Joe Nguyen and Shannon Braddock, candidates for state Senate, will debate at 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 22 on the Vashon… Continue reading

Islander’s motorcycle trip across the country honors the past

From the time he was a boy, islander Chris O’Brien heard stories about his grandmother’s cousin Alan Bedell, who set… Continue reading

County passes gun safety measures

In a 6-3 decision last week, the King County Council voted to pass an ordinance requiring gun owners to secure… Continue reading

Everybody wins in Boeing’s energy-reduction battle

There is nothing like a little friendly competition to show how when Boeing competes, the planet wins with reduced energy… Continue reading

New superintendent: Strength of district is in relationships

Slade McSheehy settles into role at a challenging time for schools

New leaders take helm at island congregations

Sarah Rubin, the new part-time rabbi of the Havurah, said her fondness of the Pacific Northwest dates back to her Continue reading...

Arts & Humanities Series: ‘Legacy’

Vashon Center for the Arts will present the first talk of its 2018-19 Arts & Humanities series at 4 p.m. Continue reading...

Boeing inspires the next generation of engineers and technologists

Thousands of young students benefit from company volunteers’ teaching in STEM subjects

Arts

New album has a big sound

The Deep Energy Orchestra, a band of accomplished, international musicians brought together by local composer and bassist Jason Everett, will… Continue reading

 

“14/48 Vashon” is back

A madcap whirlwind of theatrical creation will take place this weekend, when Vashon Center for the Arts again joins forces… Continue reading

 

Sports

Mustangs hit winning stride in cross country

The McMurray Middle School Mustang cross country teams moved into the last half of the season continuing their winning ways.… Continue reading

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Burton Beach Rowing Club takes home gold at American Lake

Hoping to build on last weekend’s racing success in Seattle, the Burton Beach juniors were looking forward to a trip… Continue reading

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Opinion

EDITORIAL: Ferries misses the mark with new schedule

Let’s play a game. You know the one, where Washington State Ferries understands that “schedule” doesn’t just mean the number… Continue reading

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COMMENTARY: Why I’m Voting for Braddock

Here is what I have always believed: The most qualified person gets my vote. Period. In the race to replace… Continue reading

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Marketplace

Everybody wins in Boeing’s energy-reduction battle

There is nothing like a little friendly competition to show how when Continue reading...

 

Boeing inspires the next generation of engineers and technologists

Thousands of young students benefit from company volunteers’ teaching in STEM subjects

 

Boeing’s 737 MAX 7 takes center stage in 2018

Aircraft to be produced at Boeing’s Renton factory on the shores of Lake Washington

 

Domestic violence IS preventable: July 21’s Refuse To Abuse 5k is a unique run/walk through every level of Safeco Field, from the players’ tunnel to the final lap around the field.

LifeWire provides a lifeline for woman fleeing abuse

Refuse to Abuse 5K at Safeco Field raises funds and awareness to fight domestic violence