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When faced with events that shock the conscience, people will choose to stand up rather than standby
Hot pavement will burn your dog’s feet.
Campaign felt hastily put-together, was asking for a large increase, and wasn’t being transparent.
We hope to create a much safer and healthier work environment for Water District 19 employees.
Island employees, earning a good wage with job security, is what is needed.
The connections we share with one another are what make us safer and stronger.
“I’ve always felt that the Theatre is … a puzzle piece that helps make our community whole.”
In the past, The Beachcomber had an “FYI” page, which we are excited to reintroduce.
“Eileen [Wolcott] has been able to find a way to keep the Vashon Theatre successful and thriving.”
3rd-graders at Chautauqua Elementary School want to help salmon and orcas before they go extinct.
When there are incidents, they are almost always caused by illegal use or illegal products.
Sale of the club’s property generated a substantial sum of money for the Fire Department.
When faced with great success, the county has put on the brakes in encouraging low carbon commutes.
Reading has become a major challenge due to our eye diseases.
Island people do care about low-income people but don’t want them on the island.
Protecting the island from fire risk outweighs the spectacle and fun of fireworks.
It is very important for all of us to ask questions, voice our opinions and learn about our options.
Parks and recreation services are important factors in determining the livability of a community.