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A brisk dunk in the sound to kick off the new decade
With the federal government in gridlock, states and finding ways to lower costs.
Not enough progress was made, nurses unions say.
After 38 years
Union reps say negotiations have stalled since they began in April.
It’s a hodgepodge mix, but large investment companies own a substantial chunk.
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.
How long can you hold a “plank” for?
Rod Smith, island dye artist, never knows exactly how his first drop of ink on a piece of fabric will unfold: how one drop is… Continue reading
Wendy Kleppe sat down with The Beachcomber to talk about her goals for VCC and why she likes seniors
Board is considering whether to apply for funding from King County to help it function in early days
Islanders waved signs and chanted slogans urging Congress to vote to remove President Trump from office
The front-page banner of the Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber has evolved over the years.
Islander Bonnie Nelson is the architect behind some fantastic holiday gingerbread houses.
The small tool works like a chisel, a faithful companion during a 30-year career of crafting leather
‘Vaping 101: The Truth Behind the Haze’ presentation helped inform islanders on the dangers of vaping.
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.