It takes much more than landing on a flower to be a pollinator.
Howard Schonberger was the first man to join Soroptimist International of Friday Harbor.
Three Orcas Island residents have been charged with felony counts of theft and forgery stemming from a series of incidents in 2015.
Submitted by the Great Islands Clean-Up committee
Wildflower walk on Cady Mountain guided by Eliza Habegger
Submitted by the Town of Friday Harbor
Saturday, May 7 at 6 p.m. Seattle bands Lee Bob and the Truth, Fauna Shade and Thunderpussy will play at Brickworks in Friday Harbor
Tuesday April 26 Home tournament slide show The team went on to win the invitational the following Friday
The 26th Annual Children's Festival poster contest winners
The sheriff's office responded to the following calls:
Island Rec hosted the first annual mother and son scavenger hunt last weekend
Submitted by Rick Larsen
Friday Harbor Little League T-ball games started last weekend
Rep. Rick Larsen pushed successfully today to advance an initiative that will improve pilot safety and ease training through automation, part of his ongoing efforts to address community concerns about jet noise out of Naval Air Station Whidbey Island. Larsen, a senior member of the House Armed Services Committee, worked to include this language in the annual defense policy bill, the National Defense Authorization Act. The Armed Services Committee is marking up the FY2017 bill today.
Baseball, softball and T-ball players parade through town on Friday, April 22
Paideia Classical School students spent Earth Day afternoon picking up litter at Jackson's Beach
- The fourth in a series of articles about elections in Washington State by San Juan County Auditor F. Milene Henley. The County Auditor administers elections and voter registration in the County.
"Trust" and "transparency" were the bywords of the night as candidates for the OPALCO board campaigned at an Orcas Island forum on April 22.
It was the Deep Water Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico that inspired two friends to create IMA's newest show. Curator Jeanne Falk-Adams and Barbara Cox, artist agent, created Fragile Waters at IMA April 23 - Sept. 5.
Twenty-one-month-old Olive is learning to identify the scent of Parkinson's disease. She is the perfect student: she's young, smart, eager to learn, and has more than 300 million olfactory receptors in her nose. Olive is volunteer Angela Degavre's German Shepherd puppy. Together they are participating in a grassroots experiment being conducted in Friday Harbor to find out if dogs can "odor-identify" people with Parkinson's.