The list of honorary names include "M/V Justin Britt," better known as the Elwha, and the "M/V Cam Chancellor," more commonly referred to as the Sealth, until now. Click on this article to find out the identity of the rest of the fleet.
The self proclaimed "crazy Dachshund bag lady," raises money for the veterinary care of rescue Dachshunds, and helps get them placed in forever homes.
Winter months offer an excellent time to not only think about pruning trees, but for doing it as well, and, it's an ideal antidote in combating that pre-Super Bowl stress.
As far back as Mike MacLellan remembers, he has always wanted to be a firefighter, and volunteering is his joy; he loves helping people.
For the past three years, Jill Bliss has been wandering through the islands in the Pacific Northwest and landed in the San Juans, where she finally gets to live in the landscapes that inspire her art instead of just visiting them.
Lavendera Day Spa will host a free evening of Tarot, Numerology and Astrology with Maria, Jan. 29, 6:30 p.m.
Raena Parsons and Tanja Williamson will teach attendees how to participate in the 2015 Great Backyard Bird Count.
The Land Bank and San Juan Island Trails Committee are working together on the development of the American Camp trail.
Temperament testing gives shelter staff a preliminary understanding of a dog’s disposition by observing its reactions to a person its never met.
Jill was a lover of nature, a loyal friend, and a creative soul who passed away suddenly only a year after having moved to her dream home and community on San Juan Island.
This award is intended to help women in overcoming financial difficulties and bettering their lives through education and training.
Space is limited and tickets for the weekend-long workshop can sell out quickly.
All seven pups are now nursing, growing and thriving at the shelter.
Hear about the Pig War, and if you think you’ve heard it all before, you better listen up. Vouri keeps learning more and new aspects of island history—walk and hear what he’s found out.
A memorable and intoxicating trip, Theresa Simendinger rode roughly 30 miles each day through territory the Masai have long called home, encountering elephants, lions and giraffe along the way. She'll share reflections and photos of her journey, Monday, Jan. 12 at the library.