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For the history-minded, there is nothing quite so pleasing as reading a…
Every ten years, the federal government mandates a census count. And beginning in March of 2010, the census forms will be mailed out to physical addresses on Lopez Island. The official Census Day this year is April 1, 2010.
The young workers get prepped for the process.
The class of 2011: left to right, back row: Maddie Rain, Erin Wilbur, Ellen Fisher, Sam Ferguson. Front row, left to right: William Carson, Emmett Lawrence. (Not pictured: Orion Odegard, Rian Kelley, Julie Price, Teddy McCullough, Alex Cook, Emily Kohring.)
2009 Lopez Lobo Football team. Standing, l to r: Coach Larry Berg, Assistant Coach Aaron Dye, Derekk Buffum, Colton Jardine, Leland Nopson, Tucker Hoffman, Tommy Kramer, Sean Bowler, Assistant Coach Nate Borg. Kneeling, l to r: Keldon Jardine, Evan Brickey, Tak Peralta, Matt Gallagher, Mike Hobi, Joe O’Bryant.
The Lopez Soccer team. Back row: l to r: Coach Melanie Weber, Matthew Haber, Grant Fisher, Nate Drahn, William Carson, Emmett Lawrence, Sam Ferguson, Arlen Coiley, Solomon Bill, Breton Carter, Hannah Hobi. Second row, l to r: Maddie Rain, Laura Strom, Charlie O’Neil, Josef Blanc-Riddings, Tahoma Wrublesky, Lyra Dalton, Samantha Swanson, Owen Rain, ball boy. Seated, l to r: Nia Bartalucci, Elise Lewis, Brooke Schober, Jamie Cummings, Marta Bill.
I am wary of books which tout other people’s successes; so many…
Mac Langford, at home on Lopez Island.
Lopez Sound. Back row, l to r: JC Marean, Lane Langford, Ann Palmer, Gary Alexander, John Butte. Seated: l to r: Christine Langley, Stephanie Hylton.
The Lopez Volleyball team during a lighter moment on the way back from the state playoffs.
KLOI member Ron Metcalf stands with special guests Holly Near (center, blond hair) and two members of the band, Emma’s Revolution.
Students in a Family Resource Center nature exploration class listen raptly to Nick teague talk about environmental wonders.
Come celebrate the season in Lopez Village. The annual Village Lighting will…
Crowfoot is Jaige Trudel, Nicholas Williams, and Adam Broom. They will be performing at Woodmen Hall Friday Nov. 20.
Above: The preschool class visits with the fire department on a field trip this year. far left: Preschooler Valentina Rendon smiles for the camera.
Lopez Island’s own Richard Carter has been orchestrating the beauty of Shakespeare’s…
Jerome Marshak never imagined his work would end up being showcased in…
Juvenile cutthroat salmon prepped for measuring and identification.
Paul Berg at home on Lopez Island.
by Syd Stibbard
Gifted to Lopez Island by Saera Eads, the renovated water tower in the Lopez Village park will stand for many years to come because of the Lopez Chamber of Commerce’s work.
From left to right: produce worker Ken Janousek, store manager Richard Brown, store owner Bill Carpenter, maintenance advisor Miles O’Neal, and president of the Lopez Village Market corporation, Aaron Dye.
Lopezians have watched since the beginning of summer as the road work…
It’s been the cultural hub of Lopez Island for the last ten…
Gary Alexander and friend jam at last year’s successful membership drive for KLOI.
The Atlantics, who will be helping Lopez dance the night away on Labor Day.
A beaded ball gown, from the 1900’s. Modeled by Sandi Denoff.
Lopez Island wastewater treatment plant wins award Record third of state’s wastewater treatment plants perfect in 2008
Wastewater treatment plant operations just keep getting better in Washington to the…
A volunteer reads to a group of engrossed children.
From the 2008 Concours: a 2005 Lotus Elise, owned by Che Silkiss-Hero, alongside a 1932 Chrysler Roadster owned by Tex Gieling.
KLOI contributors Richard Fagen and Carol Steckler in the studio of KLOI.
A group of middle school clinic participants wait expectantly for the ball to be put into play.
Deadwood Revival: Left to right: Ches Ferguson, bass; Jason Mogi, banjo; Kim Trenerry, guitar; Julie Campbell, fiddle.
Field with a View by local pastels artist Steve Hill.
The strap crew frames up the bales for one of the land trust structures.
Felicity demonstrating the yoga pose trikonasana, or triangle, pose.
Starting this month, the Lopez Fire Department is beginning a fundraising drive…