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Their footsteps echo in the corridors of history, but we rarely hear them.
Domestic violence is one of those uncomfortable, difficult to discuss issues.
San Juan Island resident Kevin Patrick Taylor, 53, has pleaded not guilty to two counts of Murder in the Second Degree-Domestic Violence and one count of Malicious Mischief in the First Degree–DV for allegedly bludgeoning his wife to death with the barrel of a rifle in their Friday Harbor home.
[WARNING: The following story may contain details too graphic for some of our readers.]
A San Juan Island woman was murdered in her home in the early morning hours of Sept. 3. Her husband is in custody and is expected to be charged with her homicide in San Juan County Superior Court next week.
Whether injected, snorted or smoked, heroin is rapidly delivered to the brain. The euphoria is immediate, and after just a few times of using, people can become addicted. Washington state is experiencing an opioid abuse and overdose crisis, and the San Juan Islands are not immune.
The San Juans are lush with wildlife.
Hawaiian musician Barry Flanagan says he wants to meld the soothing sounds of his home island with the beautiful sights of the San Juan Islands.
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services of the San Juans has been holding a fundraising campaign to get 100 “stand up” men to donate $100 in tribute to a woman in their life.