- Agreement reached between teachers union and San Juan Island School District - school in session Sept. 2
- Friday Harbor airport construction begins with night work
- No change reported in San Juan School District and teachers' union dispute | Schools may not open Tuesday
- San Juan County Stormwater plan open house week of Sept. 15
- Summer drift card drop to study oil spill impacts in the Salish Sea | FRIENDS of the San Juan’s
- United States Department of Agriculture nutrition guidelines expanded for students
- United Way of San Juan County Day of Caring Sept. 13
- Update | Progress but no agreement in San Juan School District and teachers union talks
- Update | San Juan Island School District and teachers union met through Sunday evening - no settlement reached
- Washington State Ferries weekly update
- Best Bet: don't miss last-ever performance of 'Pickett', tonight
- Dance Happy classes begin Sept. 8
- Featured at the Fair: Blockbuster Saturday; Loop Run, Trashion Fashion, Hit Machine, and more
- Featured at the Fair: Rock-Bot, live karaoke, and you, Friday
- Frazer Homestead Walk | American Camp
- General George E. Pickett: Life & Times
- Lovers beset by stormy seas in 'Enchanted Island'
- Orcas Island Chamber of Commerce Music in the Park
- San Juan Community Theatre
- “War of the Whales” event and book signing | The Whale Museum Friday Harbor
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Top stories featured in the March 23 edition of the Journal are...
— Ruffles is missing, and odds of his return dwindle with each passing day. The prolonged absence of the 60-plus-year-old orca may signal an end of an era for endangered Southern Resident killer whales.
— It's show time for the second petition for recall of the San Juan Island School District.
— A Level 3 sex offender's request to move to San Juan Island has been denied, but in 22 months David Franklin Stewart will no longer be under the supervision of the state Department of Corrections.
— Acclaimed Orcas Island singer/songwriter Susan Obsorn will headline a benefit concert for victims of the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan, on Sunday, at Friday Harbor's Isle Be Jammin', beginning at 2 p.m.