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Boys’ basketball gains first loss, another win

The Vashon High School boys' basketball team had its first loss of the season Tuesday, Dec. 15, falling to Seattle Academy 55-47.

CrowdPac lists two different rankings for “Vashon” and “Vashon Island

Island not actually America’s most liberal area

Vashon is not the most liberal city in the nation. In fact, according to federal records of political donations, it’s not even close.

CrowdPac lists two different rankings for “Vashon” and “Vashon Island

Vashon forum tackles hunger stereotypes, brainstorms solutions

People are hungry on Vashon because of a combination of low-wage jobs and expensive housing costs, according to Vashon Maury Community Food Bank Director Robbie Rohr.

VIGA, VIPP, VAA among nonprofits with noteworthy year

Two dogs make international headlines after staying at each other’s side for more than a week; construction begins on a multi-million dollar performing arts center and gallery, and talks of a centralized food hub for local farmers to sell their food wholesale begin. 2015 was just another year for Vashon’s nonprofits.

Dozens of islanders voiced support on Thursday

A third public meeting about the construction of mountain bike trails in Dockton Forest will be held in mid-January.

Fuller Store’s new owner says he has no plans for historic building

The Old Fuller Store’s new owner is also the founder and owner of Seattle-based pizzerias and coffee shops, but he says he has no plans to expand either business to the island.