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Last Saturday, some 700 marches and demonstrations were held around the country to protest family separation at the United States-Mexico border. Many islanders headed to… Continue reading
“The Holly and the Ivy” is a traditional British Christmas carol that conjures up thoughts of a holiday hearth even while basking in the immediate… Continue reading
Fourteen years after islander Sue Nebeker and a group of island volunteers created 100 quilts at a quilt-a-thon for soldiers wounded in Iraq, Nebeker’s American… Continue reading
Vashon public school teachers will see their salaries increase an average of 10 percent in the next school year, after union members approved a one-year… Continue reading
Warming up with pastries, hot soup and coffee after a frigid, overcast afternoon plunge in Vashon’s Paradise Cove, an island relay swim team of two… Continue reading
Lots of people in the Seattle area look to Vancouver for an example of what works, or what doesn’t.
Earlier this month, the 34th District Democrats endorsed two of the 11 candidates running for the state Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Sharon Nelson,… Continue reading
Each year, Harbor School students award commendations to six of their peers, each of whom represents a particular cornerstone value so strongly as to be… Continue reading
On July 7, 19 years and 364 days from the day that Bill Fisher put pen to paper and signed the deed that conveyed his… Continue reading
For months, islanders have been hearing about the big paving project set for this summer and had their first experience with it last week, when… Continue reading
At the most recent park board meeting on June 12, Vashon Fire Chief Charlie Krimmert stood from his seat and delivered a rebuke of the… Continue reading
Thieves stole more than $15,000 worth of fine jewelry and other belongings reported missing last week from Aspidistra, a new gallery and shop set to… Continue reading
John Browne, a Vashon musician, farmer and local icon, has entered the crowded field of candidates vying to become the next unofficial mayor of the… Continue reading
Fifty-seven years after she was inspired by President Kennedy, former teacher is ready to volunteer
The money was already coming, but Constantine wants to speed up the process.
Years after cashing in trust thought to be earmarked for sustainability, VCA explains why.
As global crises of all kinds are coming to a head for humanity, students at Chautauqua Elementary School have taken matters into their own hands,… Continue reading