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The accident took place in Puyallup on the evening of Nov. 12.
Island business owners react to a sweeping set of new restrictions to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The discussion, prior to the attack, included a discussion of racial equity.
Officials and health experts are stepping forward to urge increased caution in the coming weeks.
Local organizations are getting creative with virtual offerings in the age of coronavirus.
Islanders can see new art up close and personal at several island galleries this Friday and continuing, in most cases, through November. Wear a mask… Continue reading
Movie theaters in Phase 2 counties may now operate at 25% capacity.
Vashon Island Coffee Roasterie to open Nov. 12; the Vashon Island School District counts a case.
The Roasterie will close as of Friday, Oct. 30, with a reopening now set for Thursday, Nov. 12
For owner Ron Irvine, it’s a place that is now full of memories of a life well-lived.
Student-athletes have returned to practices and conditioning sessions, can join a conditioning club.
The show is a chance to get to know some island celebrities in a virtual living room.
Here are some ideas for making the weekend memorable on Vashon.
Cases in King County are on the rise; islanders want Vashon High School’s pirate mascot to stay.
This is a free public event, and the mural will remain open for the enjoyment of the community.
Seven short new radio plays made their debut on Vashon Center for the Arts’ website on Oct. 8.
The holiday will not include the closure of Vashon Hwy., in the middle of town, to trick-or-treaters
More than 200 women, girls and allies participated in the march on Vashon last Saturday.
But the plans will be put on hold if King County virus rates continue to rise in the weeks to come.
Five new cases of COVID-19 have now pushed Vashon’s total number of infections to 29.