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School administrators and union leaders heard from a public health official and members of Vashon’s Medical Reserve Corps
“Savage/Love” will be presented in a one-time-only broadcast at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
South King Fire Rescue is starting its vaccination program and is looking to VIFR to assist.
The company draws on music and movement traditions from across the African continent.
Additional meetings with labor groups and school principals will take place prior to a decision.
Firefighters will receive supplemental leave pay to maintain their baseline salary.
The little library was created as a project of Vashon Rotary’s Racial Justice Task Force.
The virtual event will feature home-delivered food and drinks, appearance by musician Angie Louise.
The endless month of January 2021 has now passed, so celebrate by gazing at Vashon’s new and continuing art exhibits in February. Most exhibits can… Continue reading
Presentation re-introduced group to district, reaffirmed desire to create solutions for students.
Islanders took to the roads celebrating the Presidential Inauguration.
The book is a reflection on a long career and on accomplishments and adventures along the way.
The pending decision comes amidst both progress and setbacks in the battle against the coronavirus.
The district is preparing to phase in limited in-person learning for elementary-aged children.
Brett Kranjcevich has marked 40 years as a volunteer firefighter, following a long family legacy.
The benefit concert has a theme of commitment to local performers and audiences.
Paintings memorializing some who have died at the hands of police have moved to the arts center.
The event could not be more timely in light of current events.
Marshall Murray, an actor known for his virtuoso performances in local theater productions, has died
VashonBePrepared’s replenished COVID Relief Fund will continue its work in this new year.