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A committee to form a new Vashon-Maury Island Community Council held its first meeting last week.
The Vashon Park District has had to pay more attention to waste in recent years than ever before.
Volunteers of the Seattle-based nonprofit End of Life Washington will present.
Vashon residents take it day by day amid reports that the world isn’t doing enough on climate change.
Annual event led by beach naturalists and the Vashon Nature Center drew 60 islanders last week.
Vandals drove a vehicle across the new sod at the field last month, causing significant damage.
Presenters will include keynote speaker Trish Dziko, Karen Dhaliwal of the Freedom Project.
Demonstration was in response to escalating tensions between U.S. and Iran.
Thousands of dedicated citizen scientists participated in the Christmas Bird Count last weekend.
Amy Carey of Vashon Island Pet Protectors said volunteers worked tirelessly to recover the dog.
“We’ve got the community that really wants local food, and this is how we do it.”
“I will continue to stand up for the rights and protections of all Washingtonians.”
The cost of damage could be upwards of $100,000; King County Sheriff’s Office is investigating
Stakeholders disagree on impact of dams on salmon, orca, agriculture, energy, recreation and economy
Raffle tickets are available for a vacation getaway to raise money for playground equipment.
Lost and Found, a thrift store formerly in Burton, moves to Vashon town.
The project is 60% completed and expected to be operational by the first quarter of 2021.
The park district has formed a committee for islanders interested in saving the Tramp Harbor dock.
Puget Sound Energy’s liquefied natural gas facility in Tacoma has many critics, including islanders.
Commissioners of the Vashon Park District have approved a $1.5 million dollar spending plan for 2020