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Contamination and safety concerns have plagued the dock for years.
Nine short films will be shown from a wide-ranging collection.
Cataloging island salmon species helps to inform restoration efforts meant to support them.
The Vashon Park District continues to meet its operating targets and expenses as it heads into 2019 with a balanced budget, though an election for… Continue reading
“We are capturing and archiving an intersection of personal and professional history.”
Island nonprofit RJ’s Kids will fundraise for the construction of a pump track at the park.
The benefits of swimming for those with limited abilities are many, said Aquatics Manager Ann White.
Islanders who are bothered by noise from air traffic over Vashon delivered a petition to the Port of Seattle last week, appealing for the island’s… Continue reading
Island experts report mixed feelings about the task force’s proposals.
“The overall thrust of the four days is activism.”
Islander Kay Farris, a veterinary technician, said animals have always been a meaningful part of her life. “I’ve really developed an interest in finding homes… Continue reading
Joe Nguyen, the son of Vietnamese immigrants and a lifelong resident of the 34th Legislative District, won the state senate seat of outgoing Sen. Sharon… Continue reading
A crowd of 70 islanders, joined by the Backbone Campaign, protested at the four-way stop Friday evening in support of special counsel Robert Mueller and… Continue reading
“It was really started by students and for students.”
Longtime islander Peter Serko has arranged for a series of events to tell the stories of those from Vashon who have been lost to AIDS.… Continue reading
As rain fell last Sunday night, Suzanne Greenberg, newly elected president of the Havurah on Vashon, welcomed solemn mourners to a candlelit vigil instead of… Continue reading