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Fund-raiser for Friday Harbor sailing team | Sailing

  • Oct 27, 2009 at 5:33PM

The San Juan Island Sailing Foundation and the San Juan Island High School Sailing Team are presenting a jambalaya feast in traditional New Orleans style Tuesday, 5:30 p.m., in the San Juan Island Yacht Club.

Tennis team ousted from post-season | Tennis

  • Oct 27, 2009 at 5:31PM

The 2009 season came to an abrupt end for the Friday Harbor tennis team as Coupeville swept the district championships Oct. 21 in Friday Harbor.

Volleyball Wolverines stung by Hurricanes | Volleyball

  • Oct 27, 2009 at 5:31PM

Another loss to the starting lineup took its toll as the Wolverines faltered at home in a four-game loss Oct. 20 to Mount Vernon Christian. The Wolverines (2-9 league, 2-12 overall) got a boost with the return of senior Ali Wade and junior Rachel Hay to a starting rotation that’s been snake-bit by injuries and illnesses from the start of the season.

Wolverines fall to Meridian at Homecoming, 18-6 | Football

  • Oct 27, 2009 at 5:27PM

Big plays and a sturdy defense put the Wolverines in position to pull off a come-from-behind win. But Friday Harbor’s comeback bid came to abrupt halt with less than three minutes left in regulation as Meridian pocketed an 18-6 victory on a Friday on rain-soaked and mud-caked field in Friday Harbor.

Friday Harbor wins second consecutive league title, headed to post-season | Soccer

  • Oct 27, 2009 at 5:24PM

The Wolverines eked out a tough 1-0 victory over La Conner today to secure their second successive League Championship and earn their first bye ever in post-season play. The only goal of the match was scored by Alex Freeman, who put in an Emma Ytander rebound in the third minute. The defense was pushed to the limit for the remainder of the game but did not break.

Tigers face Arlington in playoff opener | Football

  • Oct 27, 2009 at 5:16PM

The Friday Harbor Tigers are playoff bound. The Senior Tigers, who finished an eight-game regular-season schedule at 6-2, will face the Arlington Eagles (5-2) in the first-round of the North Cascade Youth Football League playoffs. The top eight teams out of the 10-team league qualify for post-season play.

Wayne Edwin Hagel | Passages

  • Oct 27, 2009 at 5:14PM

Wayne Edwin Hagel of Lopez Island died Oct. 18, 2009 at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Bellingham. He was 76. Wayne was born on Oct. 18, 1933 in Spokane, the son of Ralph and Grace (Faulkes) Hagel. He grew up and lived for most of his life in Spokane. In 1972, he started his own business, Specialty Machining & Manufacturing.

David B. Hoisington | Passages

  • Oct 27, 2009 at 5:12PM

David B. Hoisington peacefully passed away at his home in the morning hours of Oct. 23, 2009. He was 89. He was surrounded by family and with his wonderful loving wife of 69 years, Elizabeth, by his side.

Four receive amateur radio licenses, will receive call signs from FCC

  • Oct 27, 2009 at 3:00PM updated at 5:08PM

Deena Barkell, Christen M. Giandomenico, Francis G. Smith and Audrey Wakefield passed their exams administered by the San Juan County Amateur Radio Society at the Friday Harbor Fire Station Oct. 10, earning their technician licenses. They will soon receive their call signs from the Federal Communications Commission, along with licenses good for 10 years.

Vote 'yes' on Prop. 1: 4-H empowers youth and builds strong families

  • Oct 27, 2009 at 4:13PM

We are not voting whether we should fund the 4-H program “a little less” or a “little more.” If Proposition 1 fails, the 4-H PROGRAM WILL BE ELIMINATED. On behalf of the more than 350 4-H kids in San Juan County, please vote "yes" on Prop. 1.

'Everyone should pick up a book and enjoy the sweetness of the words' | Essay

  • Oct 27, 2009 at 3:00PM updated at 5:08PM

Friday Harbor Middle School teacher Ben Troutman asked his 15 eighth-graders to each write a five-paragraph essay of no more than 350 words on the topic, "Why People Read." Here is an essay written by Skyler Moeder.

Approve the Orcas Island Recreation District

  • Oct 27, 2009 at 4:28PM

This past July, more than 650 people signed a petition to place the Orcas Island Recreation District Proposal on the ballot. Now is the time to vote to approve the district.

Tide gate removed, salmon habitat restored on Lopez Island; stream flow preserved for salmon on Orcas Island

  • Oct 27, 2009 at 2:56PM

A large cement tide gate has been removed from the tide channel of Lopez Island's Shoal Bay lagoon, improving tidal flows and salmon habitat. The tide gate was removed Oct. 15. It had been restricting the flow of water in and out of the lagoon, obstructing fish passage at low tide and causing elevated summertime temperatures within the lagoon.

U.S. Census Bureau presentation: 'A New Portrait of America'

  • Oct 27, 2009 at 2:31PM

LaVerne Lamoureux of the U.S. Census Bureau will make a presentation, "A New Portrait of America," Nov. 5, noon, at Friday Harbor Town Hall and Nov. 10, 2 p.m., in the County Council hearing room.

Math is learned by speaking it together with doing it | Superintendent's Corner

  • Oct 27, 2009 at 12:07PM

Numbers can represent real things, but we really need our kids to understand their math questions easily. To help our kids “get” their math we need to help them think deeply by letting them talk about math. The real question to the math learner from us, the parents: Can they explain “Why?”

Two of three Tiger football teams headed into playoffs | Football

  • Oct 27, 2009 at 11:26AM

Two of three Tiger football teams are headed into the playoffs of the North Cascade Youth Football League. The freshman team (ages 8-10) with a season record of 1-6, will not advance. They ended their season with a 24-12 loss to South Whidbey.

Health officials identify four 'probable' cases of swine flu in San Juan County

  • Oct 23, 2009 at 9:00AM updated at 2:44PM

Public health officials on Thursday announced that there are three "probable" cases of H1N1 on San Juan Island and one on Orcas.

Home of Ace Hardware bought at auction by Friday Harbor's Danaher, Moorhouse

  • Oct 22, 2009 at 5:00PM updated Oct 23, 2009 at 7:43AM

Located at the corner of Argyle Avenue and Nichols Street, the two-story building was purchased Oct. 9 by Lynne Danaher and David Moorhouse of Friday Harbor at the conclusion of a public auction on the steps of San Juan County Courthouse.

San Juan County unveils two preliminary 2010 budgets, no 'margin for error' in either

  • Oct 22, 2009 at 12:27PM

With the outcome of the Nov. 3 election just around the corner, and the fate of Proposition 1 hanging in the balance, the County Council last week hedged its bets by having not one, but two preliminary budgets prepared for the upcoming year.

San Juan County Elections: check return address before mailing election ballots

  • Oct 21, 2009 at 12:00PM updated at 2:38PM

A shipment of local ballots included some with return addresses located in Asotin County.

Swine flu has yet to be 'confirmed' in San Juan County; vaccine slow in arriving

  • Oct 21, 2009 at 10:21AM

Only those ill enough to be hospitalized with flu-like symptoms are being tested for the H1N1 virus and no county resident has been hospitalized to date with such symptoms.

Rain-soaked Wolverines down Nooksack Valley, 2-1 | Soccer

  • Oct 20, 2009 at 1:00PM updated at 4:17PM

The Wolverines bested a deluge and a determined Nooksack Valley squad to tally a 2-1 victory Saturday on a rain-soaked field at home in Friday Harbor.

Schools Foundation raises $60,000 in cash, pledges, in 5th annual Phon-A-Thon

  • Oct 20, 2009 at 11:00AM updated at 1:14PM

At the end of the night, the amount of cash received totaled $32,830, while pledges equaled $27,018, for a grand total of $59,848.

Wolverines humbled by Nooksack Valley, 52-0 |Football

  • Oct 20, 2009 at 12:56PM

The Wolverines, in what's proven to be a roller-ride of a season, headed way off course in a 52-0 loss on the road Friday at Nooksack Valley.

H1N1:Caution, not panic -- Medical pros talk about realities of flu

  • Oct 20, 2009 at 9:09AM

Surrounded by an environment of unanswered questions, the virus leaves many people scrambling for the correct response

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