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Sherman died on Nov. 19, 2018, having experienced nearly a century of life and change on the island.
As the cost of housing continues to rise throughout the region, King County is promoting a demonstration project that could lead to a new affordable… Continue reading
This week, months after the completion of the highway paving project last summer, the paving contractor began to remove stockpiled asphalt millings from the island… Continue reading
Voice of Vashon has been keeping islanders informed and entertained over the internet and airwaves for nearly 20 years, and now a transition is at… Continue reading
The Vashon Island School District recently released its plan for public access hours to the new track and field, but last week modified those hours… Continue reading
The King County Council approved the county’s 2019-20 budget last Tuesday, allocating $4 million for The Creekside Village apartments on Vashon as part of the… Continue reading
Two Vashon High School students were arrested last Wednesday and booked into King County’s Youth Services Center on investigation of felony harassment after posting threatening… Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Washington State Ferries has changed its December meeting to Dec. 12; this version reflects the correct date. The comment period for the proposed… Continue reading
Vashon’s Quaker community is hosting an unusual version of a celebration of life this Sunday; the group is honoring someone who is still living. Dorothy… Continue reading
The Vashon Island School District is projected to face a $600,000 shortfall for the 2021-22 school year if no changes are made to how Washington… Continue reading
Beginning Monday, Nov. 19, the new track and field at Vashon High School will be open to members of the community. That public access, promised… Continue reading
The Vashon girls varsity soccer team traveled to Kings High School in Shoreline last Tuesday, Nov. 6, for the first round of the state tournament.… Continue reading
After the Washington State Ferries meeting last week, ferry officials are encouraging those who have not provided feedback on the schedule to do so, while… Continue reading
Neighborcare is expecting a $350,000 operating deficit this year at the Vashon clinic.
The Vashon fire district chief and commissioners have released separate public letters this week to Washington State Ferries, with one letter asking for improved service… Continue reading
Midge Grace is proud of her service with the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II.
Last week, as part of Ballotpalooza at Vashon High School, state senate candidates Shannon Braddock and Joe Nguyen participated in a debate that included close-to-home… Continue reading
The political season was in full swing last Monday night at Ballotpalooza at Vashon High School, an event that raised more than $1,000 for The… Continue reading