This past Sunday I had the opportunity to see the light show made by clouds above Mount Grant.
Several months ago, a local resident submitted a letter criticizing local vets for keeping “bankers’ hours.” At the time, I thought, “That’s certainly not my experience here,” but didn’t take it any further. Now, I feel I must respond.
I would like to personally thank the many people who work tirelessly, behind the scenes, to make the County Fair the huge success it is.
There’s something creepy – and offensive – about the upcoming workshop hosted by the National Park Service called Connecting to Climate.
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I sympathize with Greg for making that comment since I’m sure he was unaware that in the very early stages of the effort the time projections were extremely tentative since there was there was so much we didn’t know about the old EMS building.
I am very curious why two of these candidates, Miller and Loftus, appear to be so dismissive of the State’s Reproductive Privacy Act, and seem, each in their own way, to imply that the district’s obligation to comply with Washington State Law is optional.
The Sheriff’s log for the past week shows a large number of reports of illegal fireworks (and many more, I’m sure, which weren’t reported).
These rights were granted the Northwest Indian nations by the 1855 Treaty of Point Elliott and upheld by the 1974 Boldt Decision, which was itself upheld by the United States Supreme Court.
All day kindergarten at Friday Harbor Elementary School doesn't give kids enough time to run, jump, hop, skip and play.
The Board of Directors and Staff of The Animal Protection Society of Friday Harbor would like to express heartfelt appreciation to the vet services on San Juan Island.
The purpose of this exercise was to have a better sense of the cost of electric power in our home. I will state, strongly, that we will lessen our usage proportionate to any increase in our monthly cost of energy from OPALCO.
My mom and her grade school pals would pay 10 cents for a matinee ticket and then fight over who would sit in the middle seat in the front row.
I urge the Army Corps to keep this process moving forward in a timely fashion, and to let the facts speak for the project, not innuendos and anti-business foes. It’s the right thing to do.
In their zeal to maximize loading, ferry workers are forcing cars and SUV’s so far toward the side of the ferry that it becomes impossible to open the car door enough to exit. SUV’s especially have this problem.