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Young children are continuing to play and learn outdoors at the former home of Cedarsong Nature School, following the death last fall of Erin Kenny,… Continue reading
Islander spearheads community effort to protect habitat
Students may have been exposed to hepatitis and HIV, though the risk is considered low.
“Every time there is a situation, we find we are not as prepared as everyone seems to think we are.”
The clearing of forestland on a property south of Burton has stirred considerable upset.
This weekend, the island’s health care professionals are invited to take part in a one-day symposium intended to bolster Vashon’s medical capabilities following a disaster.… Continue reading
VIFR responded to the scene, calling in off-duty personnel to assist with the injured.
“It is an embarrassment that we are the last state in the union to have such a discriminatory law”
The new schedule for the Triangle Route goes into effect on Sunday
Lower enrollment, staffing challenges and budget limitations are to blame.
The purpose of the event is to raise money to combat blood cancers.
Early this month, the fire department freed a woman who was stuck in mud and sand near Lisabeula Park. Lore Wintergreen, a new island resident,… Continue reading
King County has closed much of the pier at Dockton Park because of structural damage. Last week, a structural engineer determined that the breakwater and… Continue reading
Teachers ’ union requests listening session; possible reductions are affecting morale
Islanders face complex tax scenario
The legislation will add and expand performance measures to the Vashon and Southworth routes.
Commissioners from the fire and park districts met last week in an attempt to reach an agreement regarding how much the park district should pay… Continue reading