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Stuck in the Dark Ages of elections | Letters
Feb 12 2013, 4:46 PM
The “rational” used to defend the same kind of at-large unequal districts scheme in San Juan County has been defeated.
Charter changes not yet complete | Letters
Feb 12 2013, 4:44 PM
The county has been divided into three districts since 1889: San Juan No. 1, Orcas No. 2, Lopez/Shaw No. 3, with each district including neighboring smaller islands.
Fond farewell for ‘Hazardous Helen’ | Letters
Feb 12 2013, 4:45 PM
It has always impressed me how many folks appreciate and praise Helen’s commitment to environmental issues
Complex, costly; CAO led astray | Letters
Feb 12 2013, 4:47 PM
Additional rounds of meetings added to the mounting costs and distracted from other important county business.
A timely tribute, a life unfulfilled | Editorial
Feb 14 2013, 5:22 PM
Though she most certainly died before her time, and seemingly in some traumatic fashion, Sooke’s contributions to science continue.
Ribbon-cutting ceremony for 'Fluke' on Valentine's Day
Feb 12 2013, 6:20 PM
Created by local artist Micajah Bienvenu, Fluke, a 4-foot tall, 12-foot wide polished aluminum representation of the tail of a whale, weighing 180 pounds, was installed atop the rocky outcropping that overlooks the ferry landing, on the corner of First and A streets, Jan. 10.
Elsie Joyce Thomsen | Birth announcement
Feb 13 2013, 1:56 PM
Elsie weighed 8 lbs. and was 21 inches long at birth. She is the daughter and first child born to Emily and Ian Thomsen, a graduate of Friday Harbor High School, Class of '99.
San Juan Library board welcomes new director, Feb. 19
Feb 14 2013, 9:37 AM
The San Juan Island board of trustees will meet in "special" session Feb. 19 to approve its selection of a new director, Laurie Orton.
Wedding bells: Rothlisberger & LaBissioniere
Feb 21 2013, 12:02 PM
The Seattle-area couple, both graduates of the University of Washington, plan to wed Sept. 21.
Newly formed Lopez group calls for vote on OPALCO broadband
Feb 14 2013, 5:21 PM
On Feb. 4, the Lopez Island chapter of Citizens for Safe Technology presented a “request for bylaw revision” to the local power cooperative, asking that the OPALCO board of directors allow members to vote on the broadband project and impose restrictions on the number and location of Wi-Fi and cellphone towers, should the project be implemented.