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Editor’s note: This article first appeared online Jan. 30, 2019 In 1999, the first year of the annual Christmas Bird Count (CBC), Vashon Audubon volunteers… Continue reading
Volunteers have spent long hours attempting to humanely trap a dog who escaped from his owner.
Washington State Ferries was asked to delay the new sailing schedule.
Despite a few unlucky coincidences, confidence in the future of the Vashon Community Pool is high.
On Monday, Ober Park was bustling with children sledding, some as early as 9 a.m. after the call went out that school was canceled. Poor… Continue reading
Baking is a great conveyance of love this Valentine’s Day.
Should we ship away waste or build an incinerator?
Islander Oli Christophersen learned to surf in Washington years ago and has come to love cold waves.
The island’s homeless population includes people who work and appear to be going about a“regular” life
“If you are going to keep bees, you need to take as much care of them as a pet or chickens.”
Winona LaDuke will speak at the Vashon Theater about environmentalism and indigenous rights.
The students met with Sen. Joe Nguyen, Rep. Joe Fitzgibbon and an assistant to Rep. Eileen Cody
The district is currently seeking islanders to form two committees and prepare statements.
If community members are unhappy, the county will modify the agreements and services provided.
Negotiations over a lease agreement with the state have reached a crossroads.
New additions may be on the way, but old favorites will stay on the menu.
Davis, by many accounts, is the only sponsored youth athlete on the island.
Last Sunday, islander Nadine Edelstein packed the John L. Scott moving truck with polystyrene other islanders wanted to get rid of and headed off the… Continue reading