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Deciding on a whim to accept a blind date July 4, 1949 turned into a 66-year adventure for Shirley and Frank Miner, who will be celebrating their anniversary on Feb. 25.
They worked to create a community without hate or violence, filled with love, peace, independent yet supportive, artistic and healthy – the 60s utopian dream. What happened was a nightmare.
Jonestown survivor Laura Kohl will speak about her experience as part of the doomed community on Wednesday Feb. 17 at the San Juan Island Library
Although "Love Letters" was not written by Shakespeare, this tale featuring a pair of star-crossed lovers seemed perfect to Helen Machin-Smith, Islands Stage Left's co-founder, for the Valentine season.
The San Juan Public Schools Foundation held their 22nd annual Knowledge Bowl Monday, Feb. 8,in front of a packed audience at the San Juan Community Theatre.
Wrestling takes third in sub regionals, girls basketball wins after going into overtime, and boys basketball loses, and both basketball teams head to district playoffs.
Over the years their repertoire has grown to include music from all Pink Floyd’s albums and eras, including the infamous Syd Barrett’s. Pigs on the Wing has also done renditions of the Wizard of Oz sync (Play Dark Side of the Moon while watching Wizard of Oz and there are some mighty strange connections).
San Juan County Councilman Bob Jarman discussed a number of community concerns, OPALCO’s broadband efforts, transient rentals, affordable housing, and brought up a few of his goals.
San Juan County Council seats for district 1 and 2 are up for election this year, and both councilman Rick Hughes, district 2, and Bob Jarman, district 1, will be running for re-election. Hughes made his candidacy public last week.
The opening of the San Juan Islands Museum of Art new exhibits featuring Dana Lynn Louis, Ai Weiwei, and Fransico Goya kicked off with a private reception Friday Jan. 22.
The forecast called for wind gusts over 40 knots, Dec. 19, the night of Friday Harbor's lighted boat parade. They were not incorrect. Some brave souls waited patiently on the docks, but many people huddled inside the shelter area of the Spring Street dock, where the Port handed out hot cider and cookies.