Donned in Seahawks green-and-blue, San Juan Island Seahawks fans turned out en masse for a community "12th Man" photograph on the eve of Super Bowl XLIX.
After having a Baby Derby in the Journal for nearly 30 years we've come to a new record… with 31 days in January, and checking with all the local hospitals, we have yet to know who will be crowned the 2015 Baby Derby winner in San Juan County.
Born in Anacortes in 1950, Cheryl Murray, a graduate of Friday Harbor High School, passed away peacefully at her home in Shoreline Dec. 17.
The Friday Harbor Arts Commission will hold its first regular meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 3.
The cost of dental work when you’re uninsured or underinsured that can be more frightening than the sound of the drill.
The group offers participants an opportunity to share their experiences and acquire the tools and resources needed for coping.
During his presentation, entitled “Shipwrecks: artifical habitats for marine communities,” Smith will talk about his European adventures exploring ancient shipwrecks.
The San Juan Island Trails Committee announced at 6 p.m., March 19th, at the Grange Hall for the much anticipated Annual Trails Committee Potluck.
Students from every grade were to bring in canned and non-perishable foods. The food drive started on Dec. 10 and ended on the nineteenth.
Every third Thursday of the month, Lavendera offers a free “Community Wellness Night,” where you can sample their many services. Chair massage, Thai massage, and Reiki are popular forms of healing offered.
San Juan Island Family Resource Center will host a free health care enrollment session at the library, Jan. 24, 11-2 p.m.
San Juan County Public Hospital District No. 1 has moved its regular meeting and executive session to Jan. 21, 5 p.m.
The purpose of the FHFF Film Society is to give individuals who believe the festival is an asset to the community, an opportunity to support the event so it continues into the future.
There is nothing sure in life but death, taxes and forms to fill out. Sadly, my grandmother had never filled out the forms needed these days to die a comfortable death at home, surrounded by family.
For more than 25 years, Windermere realtors have set aside a portion of every single transaction for the Windermere Foundation. At the end of each year, the team meets to apportion these funds to island non-profits which are serving the needs of our neighbors and community members.
Following school, Corinne worked for the Alaska Steamship Company. There she met Margaret McRea and Irene Spangler, who became good friends. Margaret introduced her to Alan Carter, a friend from her home town of Friday Harbor, and love blossomed.