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A field of four applicants has now been narrowed to two: Kali Aguilera and Richard Hazzard.
Captain Marsha Morse is one of WSF’s first female captains.
City Hall Park, next to the courthouse in downtown Seattle, has had multiple reports of crime.
Health care workers unions claim hospitals have the resources to fix the issue.
Federal legislation offers tax credits to subscribers, businesses and news organizations
Lambert received backlash after her campaign used flyers that depicted her opponent as a puppet.
In September, the case rate on Vashon went above the case rate for mainland King County.
King County councilmember proposes program to aid transition of Afghan interpreters who served the U.S. overseas
Program would provide job training and learning opportunities for Afghan interpreters and advisors.
The Beachcomber had a strong showing in advertising, news and editorial categories.
Vashon Theatre’s box office window was smashed in the evening of Oct. 7.
VNC’s mission is to create impactful nature experiences through community science, research & education
Orca Eats has purchased the space that Patty’s Place once occupied.
Buyers hope that cannery becomes ”something that supports the island business community”
Flu shot clinic to be held at VHS, Intro to Woodworking class offered and more.
Half-mile portion of 107th Ave SW is renamed “Mukai Way” in special ceremony.
Keith Prior & Steven Brewer are running for the Park District Commissioner Position, No. 4.
A total of 14 cases have been reported in VISD students since school started almost six weeks ago.
Abigail Lawson, ‘18, is the director of a new guaranteed income program in Tacoma.
Five islanders have applied to fill the vacant board seat left by Bob Hennessey.
A surge in vaccinations has eased concern about service slowdowns ahead of a Monday deadline.