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You may be perplexed over what Washington’s May 24 Democratic Presidential Primary means, especially if you participated in the March 24 Democratic precinct caucuses. But I encourage you to vote!
Please pay attention to the upcoming SJI Food Co-op annual meeting Monday, March 21 at 5:30 pm at Brickworks
My name is Maureen Marinkovich and I am running for a seat on the board of our food co-op, of which I am a founding member.
Island Stage Left fans are in for a rare treat as director Helen Machine-Smith mounts the stage with her partner Daniel Mayes.
You may have noticed that this is a presidential election year. The majority of states hold primary elections to select presidential candidates, while 13 states hold caucuses for this purpose.
We offer a huge thank you from the SJ Public School Foundation
It was good to see Diane Martindale encouraging young people to register and come to the Democratic caucus,
Thanks to the editor for pointing out that the article on “Empowering Young Women to Box” does not involve any physical contact with one another at all.
I have been attending the women’s boxing class for two years and it has, quite literally, changed my life for the better.
There is absolutely no sparring or body contact at all in any of my classes.
Life Care Center collecting unused I-pods for hospice patients
Local pediatrician voices concern over young women's boxing class
OPALCO was formed as a cooperative to provide electricity but is it still really a co-op?
This years Knowledge Bowl a success for students and others
"Love Letters" play is charming, funny and full of social commentary
Less than a year ago I had a very pleasant and lengthy experience at the PIMC Cancer Care Center.
Thursday evening, I felt a sense of pride in our community
I hope that folks coming to the Democratic precinct caucuses on March 26 will support Bernie Sanders for president!
I would like to say thank you. I appreciate how the community supports our students and teachers! As I have said before and will say over and over again, it is a blessing to live, work and learn in Friday Harbor. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to serve.
Yesterday I decided to go to the League of Women Voters monthly meeting, and their guest speakers really inspired me.
I wish to express my appreciation for The Journal naming Howard as Citizen of the Year. He is totally deserving of that honor.
The San Juan Lions Club wishes to thank the San Juan Islands Public Schools Foundation for once again inviting us to compete in the Knowledge Bowl.
The county is currently rezoning much of the county shoreline ostensibly to eliminate confusion. In almost every case where there is a differing zoning for the intertidal zone and the water off shore of this zone, the least environmentally restrictive of the two is chosen to replace both, creating one zoning from the high tide mark seaward.
The members of Orcas Island Fire and Rescue wish to extend deepest condolences to the family of Chief Marler and to the members of San Juan Fire District 3.
Mark March 26 on your calendars now for the Democratic caucuses in San Juan County. Hillary wants your vote that day.
Being open and honest about the monthly impact of this purchase on the member’s pocketbook would go a long way
I would like to publicly acknowledge the good and important work of the late Michael Calhoun who, along with his wife Jody and son Copper, went to great efforts to start the local radio station that is now such a valuable resource to San Juan island.
The Animal Protection Society of Friday Harbor is asking that people help support local pets and families by donating pet food during its annual Valentine’s Day Community Pet Food Drive.
March 26 caucuses are the start of the process to select delegates from Washington State to the Democratic National Convention on July 25-28 in Philadelphia where the official Democratic presidential and vice presidential candidates will be selected.
Fire Chief, protector and great leader: gone, but never forgotten.
Children are our future, and technology seems to be their future. That’s why voters should pass the San Juan Island School District's Capital Improvements and Technology Levy on Feb. 9.
The projects and equipment the levy will fund are “needs” and not just “wants.”
Sanders' goal is to rebuild and unite America's middle class.
It is time for Orcas Power and Light Cooperative’s Rock Island division to set up a 24-hour outage number and repair service for the Internet just as OPALCO does for electrical service.
My support lies in my firm conviction that the measure of a community may be taken by the support it provides to its next generation.
Perhaps you too have noticed that your bill is considerably higher than last year (mine is $100 higher and I didn’t use that much more power) and that your annual return of “profits” was cut in half this year