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After months spent apart rife with new normals, the Class of 2021 graduated, spirits as high as ever
Islanders came together to remember men and women who have died while serving in the U.S. military.
The ban prohibiting all fireworks, including sparklers and smoke bombs, will take effect next year.
The zero-waste regenerative farm demonstrates what can be done to defend against climate change.
The bill’s failure would jeopardize recreation programs, staffing and critical maintenance work.
No injuries reported in blaze; three other boats damaged.
The organization is working with the University of Washington to isolate DNA samples taken from scat
The concept of the village is based on the idea that seniors are stronger when they work together.
In other news, islander Emily Scott joined Vashon’s Ferry Advisory Committee as the newest member.
Commissioner Karen Gardner is leaving the Vashon Park District Board after five years.
“It’s an amazing thing that we’re going to be able to do here,” said island chef Doug Arends.
Bill would allow park and recreation districts to collect tax revenue from different funding source.
Spurred by the Vashon Park District, a bill has been revived to potentially shake up state tax law.
After a mob attack at the nation’s Capitol, members of Vashon’s Backbone Campaign went into action.
Through Nov. 30 of this year, a total of 162 homes have been sold on the island.
The park district is due to lose a total of $132,000 in tax revenue next year from prorationing.
Budget decided against backdrop of pandemic, responsible for limiting primary care provider search.
Tom Dean will take on a new role as the Vashon-Maury Island Land Trust’s Conservation Director.
Project Narcan Vashon obtained a one-year supply of Narcan to dispense on the island.
King County officials Zoomed in to inform and hear from island residents.