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Here’s what you need to know about May 12 to May 18.
Hope was in the air as more island youth received their first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
It was another packed agenda for Vashon’s School Board at a meeting on May 13.
Note: This article has been twice updated from the version that appears in The Beachcomber’s May 20 print edition. The first updated article, written on… Continue reading
The artist created a vast body of work from his small, longtime home on Vashon.
As students return to some in-person learning, the sound of music is also back in the schools.
ORCA cards accepted on Sound Transit, King County Metro, Washington State Ferries, and more.
Effort needed to slow the spread of COVID-19
Think about it, says King County’s top doctor.
At the starting line of a pivotal race, sitting in the men’s quad was Jacob Plihal.
Meanwhile, fully vaccinated people can stop wearing masks in most places, the federal CDC said.
Here’s what you need to know about May 4 to May 10.
A band of activists traveled down Vashon Hwy. last weekend in support of a national voting campaign.
“We have so much history on this island a lot of people might not know about.”
The goal is to create community and opportunity for former Vashon Island School District students.
A new law bars people from carrying guns within 250 feet of a permitted demonstration.
Seven children in King County have been infected with E. coli, a bacteria that produces Shiga toxin. King County Public Health is currently investigating the… Continue reading
WSP trooper said a THC breathalyzer would be a “game changer” for law enforcement and courts.
Herd immunity may be unlikely to reach King County anytime soon, but that doesn’t mean that people living in the county won’t be able to… Continue reading
The ban prohibiting all fireworks, including sparklers and smoke bombs, will take effect next year.