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In what will provide “a quantum leap” in the Island’s ability to address homelessness, Vashon Youth & Family Services has just received an $80,000 grant… Continue reading
Declining enrollment and budget woes may require fewer teachers per 1,000 students.
When customers walk into the entryway of Dig Inside, the new store at Dig nursery, an oversized blackboard hints at what is inside and states… Continue reading
The Vashon Athletic Club, with its pool, hot tub, showers and bright lights, might not seem like a beacon of energy conservation, but since club… Continue reading
In Our Opinion
Ernestine Mercer, 95, was expecting to go home for Christmas, and her son Kevin and his wife Sue Griffith-Mercer expected her, too.And since Ernestine, who’s… Continue reading
It’s a ‘floating salvage yard,’ underscoring a problem plaguing the Sound.
Remembering Augie at christmastime
By AMELIA HEAGERTYStaff WriterAs fuel costs escalate this winter and the temperature outside dips, Island advocates are working with local agencies to ensure residents can… Continue reading
By SUSAN RIEMERStaff WriterOne could say that Bob Krinksy’s life-long love for music began with a near-fatal bee sting at age 5.He was at his… Continue reading
Others question the Vashon businessman’s motives.