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“I don’t think it’s possible to do enough to get ready for something like that.”
“What if you woke up tomorrow morning and you pretended that you chose to be here now?”
Katrina Spade will discuss sustainable alternatives to traditional funerary practices next Thursday.
Reporter and current editor Susan Riemer is stepping down.
The event will feature a number of Japanese traditions, dishes and crafts.
Susan Serko served on the bench of the Pierce County Superior Court for 13 years.
“It’s just got a life of its own. And it’s First Friday, so it’s going to be just a generally fun time.”
Field will remain closed while new sod takes root.
“For that kind of increased access and growth, we need increased funding.”
Three more southern residents have vanished and are presumed dead.
Group continues to push for Port of Seattle to install noise monitors on Vashon.
Joanna Gardiner of Loving Care for Animals is leaving her business this summer after 23 years.
“It’s very empowering to cook for your family, your friends or yourself.”
Pilot program renewed on island for two years.
“I feel proud of everyone that competed … and for what we were able to throw down on the course.”
Shawn Mullins has forged his own creative path in a notable career spanning decades.
Contractor bid evaluation process underway; some trails will be temporarily closed to public.
Fundraising will support improved accessibility for elderly and disabled people at the park.
Climate Watch will focus on the efforts of islanders to prepare for a warming planet.
A new program will allow the Vashon Community Food Bank to buy wholesale produce grown on the island