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The Beachcomber’s new editor reflects on the role of a community newspaper.
Local pastor Mike Ivaska writes about how God has seemed distant during the pandemic.
Unfortunately, what happens in Taiwan doesn’t just stay in Taiwan — it impacts us. So, when President Xi Jinping announced China’s plan to step up… Continue reading
The race for Mayor of Seattle will dominate the regional media, but for most of the suburbs, it is the King County Executive and the… Continue reading
There’s no shortage of hard issues that need to be tackled these days—from COVID to ferry woes.
Resources are available through the King County Dispute Resolution Center.
Poland and America are like two trains passing each other in opposite directions. That is becoming increasingly clear as President Biden rolls out his progressive… Continue reading
Based on new census data, which shows Washington state has grown by close to 1 million people, the Redistricting Commission is at the beginning of… Continue reading
We must not ever take these deeply community-minded experts and volunteers for granted.
Help raise the roof for longtime islander, then cast your votes in VoV’s lip-synch battle
Marie Koltchak invokes the rhymes of Dr. Seuss to remind islanders of the upcoming PIE phonathon.
More than 2,700 pieces of litter, weighing more than 400 pounds, were characterized and documented.
IFCH is developing a lottery program to ease rental burdens for some households.
In our little Zoom room, I hear my interviewee break into sobs. Her part of the Zoom room is engulfed in darkness, and I have… Continue reading
With about 4,800 state employees in 24 agencies requesting vaccine exemptions, which is 8% of all state employees, and with the list growing, oversight of… Continue reading
During a crisis, we look to steady, consistent leadership at all levels of government.
Islanders write about Chief Krimmert’s vaccination, Fr. Tryphon’s religious exemption request & more.
Fire Chief Charles Krimmert addresses the community regarding his recent COVID-19 vaccination.
The DOVE Project exists to provide support and hope to survivors of domestic violence.
Bird populations are dwindling, but we can still take action to support their recovery.