The Friday Harbor club sent $2,000 to two California clubs that are coordinating plans to purchase table-top water filters for immediate and for long-term use. Water and sanitation are international Rotary imperatives supported by the Friday Harbor club.
Believed to be the largest mass candle lighting on the globe, the 17th annual Worldwide Candle Lighting, a gift to the bereavement community from The Compassionate Friends.
Susan Marie Ross always had a smile and was loved by all.
San Juan Historical Museum’s Annual Old-Fashioned Christmas Celebration is the historical society’s way of giving thanks to the community for its continuing support.
Many know of Wolf Hollow, but may not know much about them beyond that they are the place to go if you find an injured animal.
Family and friends of Susan Ross will have a memorial service and potluck celebrating her life Saturday, Nov. 30, at the American Legion Hall in Friday Harbor.
Going the extra mile and enduring unforseen hardship didn’t gone unnoticed by the local business community
Lesa Williams loved the summers on the island the most because it was warm, sunny and there were flowers everywhere.
Kennedy Cole Salamas was born Nov. 13 at Group Health Hospital, in Seattle.
“I Never Saw Another Butterfly” is the story of one of the survivors of Terezin, a ghetto where more than 15,000 Jewish children passed through.
More than 130 people filled every seat and stood in doorways and along the walls to hear a wide-ranging discussion that touched on women's health care rights.
Isabel Pauline Stewart Stern enjoyed the company and comfort of family members and close, longtime companions at her home on her beloved San Juan Island.
Entitled “Echoes of the Tides,” the month-long exhibit of visual art at the Islands Museum of Art.
Barbara Shorett was active in her community and was a valued member of the San Juan County Weavers Guild.
Helen loved the house she and her husband, Nate, built out in San Juan Valley and her decorating talents made it a beautiful and welcoming home. Helen had a green thumb and she found much joy in creating stunning gardens that the entire family enjoyed.
Family and friends of Rama Fire will hold a memorial gathering and potluck Saturday, Nov. 23, at the Grange Hall in Friday Harbor.
The days may be shorter, the nights longer, and temperatures cool and growing colder still, but there’s plenty to do and lots of entertainment
Research by Whale Museum reveals facts behind long-standing myths
Projects such as bulkheads, piers, dredging, marinas and barging facilities must result in no net-loss of habitat function
The Land Bank acquired the Beaverton Valley Marsh property, home to one of the largest expanses of critical wetland habitat in the county, some years ago.