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Melee over money, burglar targets booze, Chihuahua nearly barbecued ; San Juan County Sheriff's Log
May 12 2013, 11:39 AM
— A Seattle woman could possibly face criminal charges for leaving a chihuahua inside a Honda sedan, in the sun and without water, after parking it in downtown Friday Harbor. The incident is under review as a potential case of animal neglect.
Dance troupe turns ‘Ballroom’ in tribute to silver screen
Apr 17 2013, 3:09 PM
The Utah-based ballroom dance company showcases well-known dances and sounds of the silver screen, likes Gene Kelly’s signature performance of “Singin’ in the Rain”.
Council airs dissatisfaction over aerial photos contract
May 12 2013, 11:04 AM
The county will likely be stuck with paying $122,000 for a new slate of aerial photographs despite mounting displeasure from the council with both the process and terms of the three-year contract, according to the county prosecuting attorney.
SJ Public Schools Foundation earns state 'Leadership Award'
May 12 2013, 12:44 PM
The foundation raises thousands of dollars each year, through fundraising activities and events such as its annual Phone-a-Thon and the Knowledge Bowl, for direct classroom support for San Juan Island students. After nearly 20 years of providing financial support, the foundation is nearing a $1 million milestone of donations.
Essay contest: get on the Scenic Byway bus — for free
May 12 2013, 1:28 PM
Winners of San Juan Island Scenic Byway Partnership's essay contest will each receive a free summer pass onboard the Explorer Bus, which will run daily, beginning May 17, through Sept. 15.
Nancy Bryant Smith: 1930 — 2013 | Passages
Apr 17 2013, 3:15 PM
Nancy was a generous, enthusiastic and curious soul, full of encouragement and always willing to share her heart.
Shirley Jones: 1927 — 2013 | Passages
Apr 17 2013, 3:14 PM
Shirley will be missed by those she came in contact with in her 86 years.
Genavie ‘Geb’ Nichols: 1929—2013 | Passages
May 13 2013, 9:04 AM
Geb had a hand in almost all aspects of Shaw life over the past 42 years. It began in 1971 when she and her second husband, John Nichols (Woodland Park Zoo superintendent,) bought the Shaw General Store along with the post office, marina, gas station and ferry dock contract.
The ABC’s of living plastic free in the spotlight
Apr 17 2013, 3:20 PM
Find out April 26, when Terry shares her personal story and practical steps to reducing the use of plastics at a free lecture and book signing.
FHES kindergarten sign-up dates: April 23 & April 24
Apr 17 2013, 3:21 PM
Registration for next year’s kindergarten class at Friday Harbor Elementary School is Tuesday, April 23, and Wednesday, April 24.