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Here are the topics I think you can raise with the least worry, hopefully virtually, this year.
There will be a whole lot of pain between now and mid-2021 when a new-normal becomes possible.
These new restrictions are intended to keep as many people as possible at home statewide.
Girls everywhere have a role model to look up to because Kamala Harris represents so many firsts.
It’s been a big part of my and others’ lives here on Vashon; continuing the work is important to us.
We look forward to working in partnership to ensure quality, sustainable primary care.
The park district is one step closer to replacing or preserving portions of the existing structure.
Here at The Beachcomber, we’ll just keep taking this year one week at a time.
Where do we find our hope and our confidence?
Voting and urging others to do so are expressions of hope.
We can think deeply about the complexities of our political situation and how we move forward.
This may be the election where our vote, a fundamental principle of our Republic, is imperiled.
The Sheriff should remain accountable to the people of King County, not the county council.
Think of these words as your voter’s guide as you do your duty to help our country find a way forward
The Vashon Care Network’s funding program has been labeled the Barn Dance Initiative.
We are asking you: make that choice for your own safety and for your island community.
We have a critical opportunity to improve police accountability on the ballot.
Vashon Rotary Club invites islanders to walk to end Polio on Friday, Oct. 23 and Saturday, Oct. 24.
Social isolation helps us preserve our physical health but it is not so good for our mental health.
The Oct. 8 meeting was scheduled to last for 90 minutes. It stretched to almost twice that long.