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Superintendent Slade McSheehy said it was clear the district will need to make deeper reductions.
Climate Watch will focus on the efforts of islanders to prepare for a warming planet.
A new program will allow the Vashon Community Food Bank to buy wholesale produce grown on the island
Andreas Lorentzen has created a quiet area near the totem pole on the high school campus.
A Water Taxi service update, a chance to comment on the ferry fare increase, and more.
“The goal is to make climate change a Main Street reality,” said islander Rondi Lightmark.
Environmentally sound garden and landscaping practices help native plants and wildlife.
Children facing cancer diagnoses have fun, build connections.
Candidates need to file with King County Elections between Wednesday, Aug. 7, and Friday, Aug. 9.
Work will include repairing the adjacent slope and improving drainage.
‘Goddess of Peace’ wins unofficial mayor contest
Willem Van Spronsen confronted officers at the Northwest Detention Center, pointing a rifle at them.
Community and district members are invited to talk with fire commissioners at upcoming event.
Midpoint update to the King County comprehensive plan includes response to sea level rise on Vashon.
Four island women trained as death doulas will share their perspectives.
New development regulations would limit construction in areas susceptible to sea level rise.
Fundraiser to support construction of additional features at Burton Adventure Recreation Park.
Jim Marsh’s job is to make sure that Vashon’s biggest event of the year runs like a top.
Willem Van Spronsen told friends, family he intended for police to kill him.