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Some islanders are wary of potential problems.
Lower enrollment, staffing challenges and budget limitations are to blame.
Injury reported after propane tank explodes; an update on millings; Metro transit fair on Thursday
From rising sea levels and crop failures to dying forests and fish, Washington state is struggling
The purpose of the event is to raise money to combat blood cancers.
Patty’s Place will be a breakfast and lunch destination with a global menu of offerings.
“This problem puts people miles out of their way.”
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
“The earlier you find an invasive species, the better chance you can get rid of it.”
Paul Colwell, a high school paraprofessional and local musician, was named as the honoree.
The project is intended to serve 40 people, including seniors and those who are homeless or disabled
Wilderness Chaplains offers crisis care and support to first responders.
Teachers ’ union requests listening session; possible reductions are affecting morale
Vashon Island Pet Protectors said Henry is “safe and receiving the specific care that he needs.”
The event will help the group fund library programming that the KCLS doesn’t have the money for
Speakers will discuss the harm posed by pesticides and the changing practices around their use.
Some islanders have recently commented that the artwork may be promoting an offensive stereotype.
Hilary Emmer will help qualifying islanders apply for the KC senior property tax exemption