Sarah Low

Wrestlers win league title with decisive tournament victory

Coaches sweep league’s Coach of the Year honors

 

Vashon wrestlers tie for league Dual Meet champs

The team begins its post-season run on Saturday.

 

Teen Council takes its message to Olympia

The students met with Sen. Joe Nguyen, Rep. Joe Fitzgibbon and an assistant to Rep. Eileen Cody

 

Sport is a family affair for young slope star

Davis, by many accounts, is the only sponsored youth athlete on the island.

VHS wrestlers lose close match to league champs then come back strong

After a close loss to defending league champs Port Townsend last Thursday, Vashon wrestlers bounced back on Saturday against a competitive field, placing fifth in… Continue reading

Wrestling team places well at Rainier High tourney

Vashon wrestlers competed at the Rainier High School tournament last week, placing sixth overall out of 17 teams. Top placer for the team was Ethan… Continue reading

King County Sheriff’s Deputy Kurt Lysen retires

Lysen was last deputy to both live and work on the island

Young wrestling team makes its mark at Everett tournament

Last weekend, Vashon’s wrestlers traveled north to compete in the annual Everett Classic — a highly competitive tournament that saw 30 teams participating this year.… Continue reading

Vashon wrestlers host 30th annual Rock Tournament

This past Sunday, Vashon High School played host to the 30th annual Rock (wrestling) Tournament, and according to longtime Vashon wrestling coach Anders Blomgren, this… Continue reading

‘Cease and desist’ order, fine levied against Bethany Barnes

An investigation of an island woman offering pain management services on Vashon has been concluded.

Islanders have ‘no words’ after caring for rescued pumas in Bolivia

There is no doubt the island’s recent turn as host to a cougar inspired a full spectrum of feelings within the community, from fear and… Continue reading

Fundraising campaign set up for islanders

Friends of longtime islanders Rex and Elizabeth Morris, concerned about the couple as they face the loss of their home of more than 30 years… Continue reading

Wrestlers off to a strong start

VHS wrestlers opened their season last week with a win over Lake Stevens JV on Friday and a solid fifth place at the Auburn Invitational… Continue reading

Melinda Powers’ ‘Relish’ is open for classes, events and more

As the business landscape of downtown Vashon continues to evolve, one space that has seen its share of occupants come and go is now the… Continue reading

Annual toy drive underway

The John L. Scott annual Holiday Toy Drive is underway, with collection boxes in place at various businesses around town. On Saturday, Dec. 22, organizers… Continue reading

Vashon grapplers get set for new season

As the days continue to shorten, fall sports give way to their winter cousins, and practices are underway for Vashon Island wrestling. Coming off second… Continue reading

Humanitarian project earns McMurray teens top honors

Two McMurray eighth graders have earned their place in the top 1 percent of students nationwide, competing in the Broadcom MASTERS’ student science competition for… Continue reading

Experts relocate osprey nest near VHS field

Last week, a family home close to the high school and new track and field was relocated — but the movers were not your everyday… Continue reading

Burton Beach Rowing Club ends season with outstanding performance at Head of the Lake

The small club tied for eighth overall in the place standings out of the 80 clubs that particpated.

Granny’s awards year’s second half grants

At the end of September, the members of Granny’s Attic voted on its semi-annual grant awards and gave $125,001 to eight local nonprofit organizations to… Continue reading