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Large utilities put out offers to buy several of the island’s private water companies.
Last fall, certified arborists moved a nest that the protected birds built atop a light pole.
Audubon finds climate change threatens way of life of hundreds of bird species in Washington state.
Death has been officially ruled as a suicide.
Former board member is campaigning to return while two others are running unopposed.
Members of the island’s Medical Reserve Corps, fire chiefs participated in VashonBePrepared exercise.
Officers from Seattle Police Department will no longer direct traffic at Fauntleroy Terminal.
Strong disagreement between union and officials over how to proceed with cuts to reduce deficit.
Event last weekend celebrated work that transformed Paradise Ridge park into riding destination.
The cause of death is still undermined.
An email sent to Caffé Vita employees about homeless people in their stores set off a controversy.
Without passing a levy in November, the district will stand to lose about 80% of its annual revenue.
Topics discussed included permitting, senior center funding and crime and safety.
Proposed ordinance to change development regulations now open for public comment.
“We actually saw them eating fish — there was something here for them.”
More than 250 islanders took part in climate strike last Friday, coinciding with worldwide protests.
“Every district’s approach to physical safety is unique. There isn’t any one-size-fits-all.”
Directors of nearly a dozen county departments gave briefings to large island audience.
Park District levy election hangs over all decisions regarding what steps will be taken next.
“I don’t think it’s possible to do enough to get ready for something like that.”