Chautauqua staff, students are going global with projects and programs

Sometimes, it’s the littlest drops that make the biggest splash. And you might be surprised to learn that right now… Continue reading

Resettlement committee benefit includes Syrian market and Betsy Rose concert

Singer-songwriter, activist and Buddhist practitioner Betsy Rose will perform a benefit concert for the Vashon Resettlement Committee on Friday at… Continue reading

State wildlife officials apprehend squid poachers at Tramp Harbor

State wildlife officers recently apprehended several squid fishers at the Tramp Harbor dock for breaking laws regarding limits and inspection… Continue reading

With change in leadership, VYFS increases community outreach, expands services

By SUSAN RIEMER Reporter Vashon Youth & Family Services is heading into the new year with new leadership, and officials… Continue reading

School district needs volunteers to write voters’ pamphlet statements

The Vashon Island School District is in need of volunteers to compose “pro” and “con” statements for its Educational Programs… Continue reading

Noted actor, storyteller will return to Vashon for class of 2019 benefit

“Aren’t you my tennis instructor?” With an IMDb (Internet Movie Database) list of acting credits for TV shows, movies and… Continue reading

Fire commissioners set to vote on 2018 budget next week

Vashon’s fire commissioners are poised to vote next week on the district’s 2018 budget, a $5.2 million spending plan that… Continue reading

Dungeness crab population declining in south sound

The winter crabbing season is set to close at the end of the month, but several marine areas did not Continue reading...

Open Space re-opens with weekend celebration

Open Space for Arts & Community celebrated the re-opening of the building on Saturday, Dec. 9, following a six-month renovation Continue reading...

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Blazing a trail: New firefighters graduate

Nine men and women graduated from Vashon Island Fire & Rescue’s firefighter academy on Saturday, including seven who will go Continue reading...

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Shaping the earth: Arts & Humanities talk by Kathryn Gustafson

With more than 30 years of distinguished practice in landscape architecture, islander Kathryn Gustafson’s ground-breaking, contemporary work incorporates sculptural, sensual Continue reading...

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Vashon’s very own Christmas Carol comes to Open Space

Theater Director Anthony Winkler has only lived on Vashon for a few years, but he’s taken note of how islanders… Continue reading

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Red Ranger will call on Vashon once again

Berkeley Breathed’s classic story, “Red Ranger Came Calling,” was adapted for the stage and will be performed at the Vashon… Continue reading

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UPDATE: 777X: Composite Wing Center Builds up and fills out

In less than a year after its grand opening, the 777X Composite Continue reading...

 

How Boeing is helping military veterans translate skills to civilian jobs

A partnership with Goodwill Veteran Services, and a $95,000 grant, ensures networking Continue reading...