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Vashon’s Quaker community is hosting an unusual version of a celebration of life this Sunday; the group is honoring someone who is still living. Dorothy… Continue reading
Joe Nguyen, the son of Vietnamese immigrants and a lifelong resident of the 34th Legislative District, won the state senate seat of outgoing Sen. Sharon… Continue reading
The Vashon Island School District is projected to face a $600,000 shortfall for the 2021-22 school year if no changes are made to how Washington… Continue reading
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
The comment period for the proposed ferry schedule for the triangle route closed last Friday, with officials from Washington State Ferries (WSF) reiterating that the… Continue reading
A crowd of 70 islanders, joined by the Backbone Campaign, protested at the four-way stop Friday evening in support of special counsel Robert Mueller and… Continue reading
Outage will last anywhere from a few minutes to 30 minutes.
After the Washington State Ferries meeting last week, ferry officials are encouraging those who have not provided feedback on the schedule to do so, while… Continue reading
Neighborcare is expecting a $350,000 operating deficit this year at the Vashon clinic.
“It was really started by students and for students.”
Longtime islander Peter Serko has arranged for a series of events to tell the stories of those from Vashon who have been lost to AIDS.… Continue reading
The Vashon fire district chief and commissioners have released separate public letters this week to Washington State Ferries, with one letter asking for improved service… Continue reading
Midge Grace is proud of her service with the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II.
As rain fell last Sunday night, Suzanne Greenberg, newly elected president of the Havurah on Vashon, welcomed solemn mourners to a candlelit vigil instead of… Continue reading
Last week, as part of Ballotpalooza at Vashon High School, state senate candidates Shannon Braddock and Joe Nguyen participated in a debate that included close-to-home… Continue reading
John Browne Many on Vashon know John Browne as a musician, mayoral candidate and community advocate, but it’s his life’s work with native plants that… Continue reading
Sandy Mattara’s deep, infectious laughter finishes the sentence. “Be all that you can be. Do all that you can do. And the rest of it’s… Continue reading