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The latest incidence of classroom exposures for students at Chautauqua Elementary School follows two previous exposure events at McMurray Middle School.
Abbot Tryphon cited religious and other reasons for objecting to the vaccine.
Four other staff members in the district will file for exemptions to the vaccine mandate.
With the closure of VCC, Vashon will lose a valuable and longtime community resource.
The Creamery’s move is part of the overall transformation of the property by its new owners
In an interview, VCC executives cited deep issues of sustainability as reasons for their decision.
Former executive director of VCC reflects on recently announced closure.
Last week, islanders and weekend visitors wandered out to partake in the first “First Friday” of the fall season — a night filled with familiar… Continue reading
Seattle-based band General Mojo’s to close out Summer Stage season at Open Space.
“Liquid Light” returns, in a follow-up from its debut presentation from July 4th.
Fourteen students and four staff members deemed to be close contacts were tested on Monday.
The passage of the motion — which would seem to close the door to the possibility of Krimmert’s continued employment as fire chief unless he becomes fully vaccinated — is the latest development in an ongoing story since Krimmert’s vaccination status became public knowledge.
“I am not an anti-vaxxer,” Krimmert said.“However, I do take exception to the governor making medical decisions for me. And standing up and being heard on that matter is leadership.”
“Together We Rise,” is a free, all-are-welcome yoga class on Labor Day weekend. Donations are welcome.
Open Space for Arts & Community and local producer Debra Heesch will present the Portland, Oregon-based act, Shook Twins, at an outdoor concert that will… Continue reading
Islanders spoke up, with all but one being highly critical of Chief Krimmert
First Friday will launch VCA’s annual art auction, which culminates with a gala on Friday, Sept. 24
Middling was a lifelong islander whose family has lived on Vashon for generations.
Five prominent leaders of Vashon’s pandemic response have now commented in a joint statement.
Some major events are coming to the arts center this fall.