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After a search that drew 21 applicants and included a rigorous selection process, the Vashon Senior Center board has chosen Catherine Swearingen to be the… Continue reading
Since 2005, the Vashon Threshold Choir has met islanders as they face the end of their lives, entering the rooms of the dying to sing… Continue reading
Legal experts think past lawsuits against the tobacco industry increase the odds of a favorable outcome.
King County, however, won’t get any of that money.
Last year, many islanders who have crabbed off Vashon’s shores for years were dismayed by the lack of Dungeness crabs nearby and were concerned about… Continue reading
“Ms. Ladda Lucy,” a spirited fixture of historical Vashon, will represent the Heritage Museum as the third candidate for unofficial island mayor. The character will… Continue reading
On the heels of its first community meeting, the islander-organized group Unifying for Democracy will hold a second meeting, this time with three state political… Continue reading
Vashon’s DOVE Project, the island’s domestic violence agency, is in the midst of transition, as Executive Director Betsey Archambault is stepping down this summer after… Continue reading
Facing significant financial challenges less than two years after opening its clinic on Vashon, Neighborcare Health is altering its lineup of health care providers there,… Continue reading
Seventh graders at McMurray Middle School this year are traveling the island, learning from local historians and listening to guest speakers as a way to… Continue reading
After taking a hiatus last year from hosting a BioBlitz, the Vashon Nature Center will lead the 24-hour wildlife survey across a swath of Ellisport… Continue reading
Due to the overwhelming community response to its event in April, Zero Waste Vashon will hold a second electronics recycling event next week. “Over the… Continue reading
Designed to improve voter turnout, the measure was approved in time for the 2018 midterm elections.
Quartermaster Yacht Club was formed in 1948. The first facility was a short dock and float for landing boats and boarding passengers and a cook… Continue reading
The state capital budget, passed by the Legislature earlier this year after a delay, allocated more than $11 million for the protection of shorelines in… Continue reading
The King County Council has approved the budget request made by Executive Dow Constantine on behalf of Elections Director Julie Wise that will provide King… Continue reading
Governor Jay Inslee signed an executive order last Wednesday appointing state agencies, tribal leaders, local governments, federal partners and other stakeholders to a new task… Continue reading
Margy Heldring and her dinner guests thought of their young grandchildren a few nights after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting on Dec. 14, 2012.… Continue reading