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Earth Day 2008 promises to offer myriad ways for Vashon Islanders to engage with the Earth, from concocting homemade fuel to cultivating homegrown veggies and from digging in the dirt to captivating the cerebral.
If my husband and I had considered the ramifications of inviting into our lives a 16-year-old exchange student from Turkey, we might not have done… Continue reading
By JOE YARKINGasoline prices are high now, and although they may fluctuate, a variety of indicators suggest they’ll only go higher. As a result, it’s… Continue reading
By JOE SUTTON-HOLCOMBAdolescence has always been heralded as a time of experimentation. It’s a time of growth and burgeoning independence, when children apply pressure to… Continue reading
April is the month for filing taxes and planning your use for your rebate. It’s an amazing opportunity that has set me to dreaming of far-flung possibilities to heal the planet and further social justice.
People often ask me, “How’s it going being a school board member?” I’m having fun! I love learning new things, and learning about our educational system is particularly interesting, given that I have children in second and third grade. Here are some key things I have learned so far.
By REBECCA WITTMAN
Sontgerath’s vision is impressive, but it’s also important to look at the details.
Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.
Data projects one-third fewer students within 10 years