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When it came to making a living, women on Lopez were a busy group. In 1873, Irene Weeks moved to Lopez with her husband, Lyman, and son, Oscar, to run the fledgling Lopez store for her brother, Hiram Hutchinson. When the store doubled as a post office in 1880, Irene also became the island’s first postmistress.
Community Events, November 2014
Lori Honeywell took over the Southend General Store and Restaurant almost two years ago. “The community was so welcoming,” said Lori.
It all started with a dream inspired by an article read on an airplane. Now 23 years later that vision is getting shined up and turning into a reality.
A tanker carrying hundreds of tons of fuel lost power close to the shores of Haida Gwaii, a northern British Columbia archipelago, Thurs., Oct. 16. The vessel, nearing the shoreline, in danger of running aground and spilling fuel into the water, was rescued by a U.S. tug boat after the Canadian Coast Guard was unable to tow it to safety.
Searching for that one-of-a-kind gift… maybe a Barbie voodoo doll, a candelabrum made from a wooden barrel stave or a tot-sized rocking chair refinished in polka dots? Your shopping fantasy could come true on Nov. 15 when SWAP’s Trash-To-Treasures Auction and Sale returns to Woodmen Hall.