Well, they did it, those ambitious Gullicksons. Just like they said they would. In May, they dipped their bicycle wheels…
In an event touted by some male golfers as the best local golfing event of the year, the 2008 “Ryder…
It’s been a rough start to the season as the Wolverine girls soccer team dropped the first two games —…
The walls in the Banry home on Beaverton Valley Road have looked better, especially the battle-scarred corners near the kitchen….
The new school lunch pilot program impresses students, parents, just about everyone.
Roast chicken with mashed potatoes and gravy – real mashed potatoes, on the first day of school. Build-’em-yourself soft tacos was on the lunch menu the second day. Pizza – that true test of any school lunch program – was on plates Thursday.
Foreclosure proceedings on Friday Harbor Ace Hardware were postponed this morning until 10 a.m. Oct. 3. The legal proceedings surround the default foreclosure of the real property currently occupied by Friday Harbor Ace Hardware at the corner of Argyle and Web streets in Friday Harbor. The business was not on the auction block, but the property it sits on was scheduled to be and may be again in October.
After 30 years in business, Friday Harbor Ace Hardware on Argyle Avenue is headed toward foreclosure and an auction on the courthouse steps Friday at 10 a.m.
Dr. Jan Smulovitz, a retired endocrinologist, asked about the $144,438 on the Inter Island Medical Center’s July profit and loss statement at the Aug. 20 Hospital District Commission meeting. The answer he received was, for him, disquieting.
Tick toc, tick toc. Gather thee blackberries while thee may, for just as the dog days of summer turn the berries sweet, minutes turn to hours, hours turn to days and the ring of the school bell can be heard in the distance. Soon … soon.
Rain-soaked fairways and greens wreaked havoc at the annual Herb Kranick Memorial Golf Tournament Saturday and Sunday.
It was the first time the tournament was opened to golfers younger than 55, and two collegiate golfers — Matt Cowell and Pearl Schuman — walked away with the tournament’s best scores.
If chef Tom French of Whidbey Island has his way, San Juan Island School District students will be eating fresh, locally grown — and sometimes organic — hot lunches at school.
In 1909, several noteworthy things happened in Friday Harbor and on San Juan Island.
Saturday’s rainy skies toyed with the entire field, but it didn’t matter a whit to the San Juan/ Lopez duo of John Bird and Fred Weedon, who both shot 5-under their handicaps Sunday and walked away with the annual Member/Guest Tournament title at San Juan Golf and Country Club.