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The district needs to tend to its ailing infrastructure, according to officials.
Other districts in the state are asking elected officials to provide more funds for education.
Vashon Partners in Education recently provided more than $55,000 in grants to island educators for a variety of projects and programs. For more than 30… Continue reading
Schedule will reduce service from Vashon to Fauntleroy.
David Warren has been looking for a new location for more than a year, but time is growing short
For 30 years, islander Karen Biondo has made this event happen
More than 260 people turned out for the meeting last week regarding the proposed new triangle route ferry schedule, exceeding the room’s capacity and leaving… Continue reading
More than 260 people turned out to Washington State Ferries’ meeting Wednesday night regarding the final draft of the triangle route schedule slated to go… Continue reading
At the most recent fire board meeting late last month, the five commissioners unanimously passed a nearly $5.4 million budget for 2019, a 3 percent… Continue reading
Just two years ago on the island’s south end, King County created a 60-acre public forest from previously private land. After two recent acquistions, the… Continue reading
Washington State Ferries released the final draft of its revised triangle route schedule this evening, just before tomorrow’s meeting about it in West Seattle. The… Continue reading
Free shuttle service to the meeting is available
Water District 19 will reissue new certificate following residential property policy
The Vashon Tennis Club has been hard at work covering the tennis courts at the Vashon Golf & Swim Club with an inflatable dome. The… Continue reading
More than a year after the Vashon fire district began charging for ambulance transport to area hospitals, those fees are back in the spotlight, with… Continue reading
Sherman died on Nov. 19, 2018, having experienced nearly a century of life and change on the island.