Lauren Cohen and Derek Steere have brought their home remodeling skills from Carmel, Calif., and launched Treehouse Remodeling on San…
Dr. Sonja C. Webster-Hills, DVM, is the new owner and veterinarian at Islands Veterinary Clinic in Friday Harbor. Webster-Hills bought…
The San Juan County Economic Development Council was awarded a $30,000 Rural Opportunity Fund Grant from the state Department of…
The entire historic archive of the Journal of the San Juan Islands will be made freely available online.
The launch of SeaPort Airlines has given San Juan Island residents easy access to travel to Portland. SeaPort Airlines, in combination with its Boeing Field terminal neighbor Kenmore Airlines, can get patrons from the San Juan Islands to downtown Portland in about two hours.
The Journal of the San Juan Islands will be honored for community service, news reporting, photography and advertising at the 121st annual Washington Newspaper Publishers Association convention, in Yakima.
Friendly Isle Charters, owned by Jay and Deanna Brant, is offering charter and excursion bus services based on Lopez Island.
The San Juan County Council expressed concern Monday about the imminent auction of Rosario Resort on Orcas Island. The resort, centered around the 100-year-old Rosario mansion built by shipbuilder Robert Moran, is an island landmark and one of the island’s largest employers.
The Journal of the San Juan Islands will sport a new look and a new page size beginning Sept. 3.
More updates and improvements are planned for SanJuanJournal.com. The Web site, which debuted Oct. 2, 1998, is the oldest online news site on the islands. A redesign was launched April 30 that gave the site an updated look as well as enhanced services.
Rock Island Technology Solutions is now a T-Mobile dealership.
A year has passed since the San Juan Island Grange was suspended.
In August 2007, the State Grange suspended the local Grange’s charter, citing “past actions” of local Grange officers and members.
Businesses have until 4:30 p.m. Thursday to pay their 2009 business license in the Town of Friday Harbor without incurring a 50 percent penalty. Licenses were originally due by June 30.