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Jan. 24: An Orcas Island man was reunited with his stolen vehicle following an early-morning single-car collision in the 6000 block of Olga Road. The person behind the wheel of the 66-year-old’s Saturn SUV fled the scene following the crash, which was discovered at about 6 a.m. Authorities believe that the incident may be connected to three other criminal cases still under investigation.
A San Juan Island man accused of neglecting his dog could face charges of animal cruelty. The man’s dog, which reportedly was in need of medical attention and living in unsanitary conditions, was seized by a deputy who went to the 48-year-old’s Halsey Road home to serve his papers involving a civil dispute; the man was not home at the time.Small earthquake reported in North Sound
The 3.2 magnitude earthquake hit at 8:36 a.m. Feb. 8, and occurred five miles northwest of Friday Harbor, according to seismic experts at the University of Washington's Department of Earth and Space Sciences.Small earthquake tickles the North Sound, Friday Harbor too
The 3.2 magnitude earthquake hit at 8:36 a.m. Feb. 8, and occurred five miles northwest of Friday Harbor, according to seismic experts at the University of Washington's Department of Earth and Space Sciences.Rec levy measure is at 62 percent approval
Almost 62 percent of voters cast their ballots, giving the proposal 62 percent approval. There were 1,407 votes cast in favor and 862 against the measure.
“This is truly great news for our kids and, in my opinion, for the community at large,” said commissioner #4, Jim Bredouw, but cautioned that because the proposal did not pass until 2011, the funds won’t be available until May and November of 2012 after the payment of 2012 property taxes.OPALCO launches Nourdine Jensen youth scholarship program
According to the San Juan County assessor's office, tax rates on property will increase this year by 9.1 percent, on average, in large part because of a boost in the state levy rate and in local school levies as well.National Weather Service: Expect more snow, temperatures to tumble
On Friday, the state Senate passed SB 8629 , a resolution which recognizes Cumming for his dedication and for his legacy in 24 years as the top law enforcement official of the county.