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We are proud to showcase Moody’s inspired, imaginative artwork in The Beachcomber.
We are handing over the responsibility for the MRC to Drs. Clayton Olney and Jim Bristow.
The past year shows that Vashon is a community that is capable of resilience and re-invention.
Here are some great ways to use your stimulus money to pay it forward in 2021.
You don’t have to be an ecologist to appreciate the vitality of a place like this.
Firefighters shouldn’t have to worry if they have any sick time left if they are exposed to COVID-19.
We can’t do this work alone and need community members to make the lodge a success.
Here’s an idea: Let’s listen to public health experts, and get vaccinated.
The holiday will be different and diminished for so many of us this year.
After the AIDS crisis emerged, the fight led by advocates set the example we should follow now.
I have always felt inspired by the enormous power of radio and sharing stories over the airwaves.
Many unemployed Vashonites learned a new word this year: adjudication.
Our highest priority is to provide continued access to medical care on Vashon for the coming year.
Vashon has entered the most critical time in the pandemic yet. It’s on us. Step up.
We wish the budgetary decisions of the island’s health and fire districts reflected that sentiment.
Washington state’s $5.90 per $1,000 assessed value limit should be addressed by the legislature.
The year ahead should be an exciting one for the newly improved community council.
May this time of giving thanks bring you meaning, joy, and a deep connection with all beings.
This issue of the paper had an early deadline due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
Here are the topics I think you can raise with the least worry, hopefully virtually, this year.