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Vashon Opera will present “Cavalleria Rusticana,” having postponed the event more than once.
Parents, speaking to Beachcomber, voice concerns
Results of the Nov. 2 election and board appointment process will determine next board members.
Volker was the subject of two award-winning films, “Phil’s Camino” and “Phil’s Camino: So Far, So Good.”
Mathews was a pillar of the business community who was beloved for his support of island groups.
Book tells author’s journey of healing from sexual assault through learning how to build her own home
A field of four applicants has now been narrowed to two: Kali Aguilera and Richard Hazzard.
“Vashon Verité” will include screenings of “American Anarchist” and “Finding Vivian Maier.”
Vashon Theatre’s box office window was smashed in the evening of Oct. 7.
Buyers hope that cannery becomes ”something that supports the island business community”
A total of 14 cases have been reported in VISD students since school started almost six weeks ago.
Five islanders have applied to fill the vacant board seat left by Bob Hennessey.
The owners of Island Funeral Service have sold their building and property to Puget Sound Zen Center
Vashon took on the East Jefferson High School Redhawks on Friday, Oct. 1
Alert for dog walkers, equestrians, runners, hikers, mountain bikers, and other regular users of Island Center Forest: from Oct. 16 to 31, the 200 acres… Continue reading
Chief Charles Krimmert says what led him to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Hennessey’s letter of resignation said his view of oversight did not mesh with the rest of the board.
In a letter to commissioners, paid staff and volunteers, Krimmert explained his decision.
Abbot Tryphon cited religious and other reasons for objecting to the vaccine.
The culmination of VCA’s art auction will be a free, live-streamed gala at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24.