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Inflammatory emails put decency, tolerance at risk | Letters
Feb 27 2013, 2:24 PM
I’m not surprised about people criticizing me or expressing different opinions. That comes with the territory of running for office. What concerns me is the effect that viral e-mails with misinformation have on the culture of our community.
Email an earnest inquiry, not personal attack | Letters
Feb 27 2013, 2:59 PM
I think that a citizen concerned about (Lisa Byers) views is justified in sending an e-mail to friends raising questions. Rather than treat these earnest inquiries as personal attacks, realize that you are running for office and answer the questions, in public, for all voters to see.
Cranium Gamium; Knowledge Bowl No. 19
Feb 27 2013, 3:34 PM
The K-Bowl features two high school teams and one from the middle school matching wits against the civic clubs to answer tricky questions on a wide range of topics.
Judge rules against challenge to charter changes
Feb 28 2013, 2:13 PM
On the key issue of the disproportionate populations of the three legislative districts, Meyer wrote, "residency districts, as opposed to voting districts, may be unequal in population and size.
Lights, camera, action; FH film ‘Fest’
Feb 25 2013, 1:07 PM
Spotlight shines on life in the Pacific Rim in FH’s first-ever festival of film
Giddyup: Pony Club's ‘Everything But the Horse’ rally
Feb 28 2013, 4:05 PM
At the “introductory” rally, Saturday, March 2, participants will demonstrate and be scored on horse care skills, presentation and knowledge of required equipment without the added burden of having a horse to contend with as well.
Spotlight shines on the economics of 'creativity' at Art Council workshops
Feb 28 2013, 4:33 PM
Studies show the arts play a significant role in a local economy and its vitality, according to Washington State Arts Commission Executive Director Kris Tucker. “This project helps us document at the local level just how important the arts are to community well-being, Tucker said.
Out with the old: medical center and EMS buildings on the block
Feb 28 2013, 4:41 PM
San Juan Island's hospital district hopes to net $1.5 million or more from the sale or lease of the former EMS building and the shuttered medical center on Spring Street.
Arlene Mae Silver: 1920 — 2013 | Passages
Feb 28 2013, 4:16 PM
Arlene enjoyed island living and felt blessed to have been able to spend her later years here. She often said going to town was like going to a party; she always met nice people and made new friends.
Hackles on high over health care | Letters
Feb 28 2013, 4:19 PM
Thank heavens I am beyond reproductive age and don’t have to worry about the notorious Catholic strictures in that area, but of course hundreds of local women do have that concern.