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Health Matters: D does not stand for dog

I was surprised to read the results of a research paper that…

San Juan Island Cady Mountain preserve one step closer to public access

The San Juan County Land Bank purchased 10 acres from Bruce Clark in December 2007 adjacent to its existing Cady Mountain Preserve.

  • Jun 17th, 2008

Washington launches online voter registration

In a continuing effort to bring elections closer to home, Washington has…

  • Jun 17th, 2008

Democrats precinct caucus training

San Juan County Democrats will hold a precinct caucus training on Sunday,…

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Special events at San Juan Library

Wednesday, Jan. 16 at 5:30 p.m. Exito en el Norte / Success…

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Lopez School receives renewed accreditation for school year 2007-08

Lopez Island School District recently received notification that it has received renewed…

  • Jun 17th, 2008

Health Department urges parents to immunize kids against whooping cough

Parents are urged to get children fully immunized against pertussis (whooping cough).…

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“Great Women Writers” class on Orcas

Another "Great Women Writers" class will begin on Thursday, Jan. 17. This…

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Poetry Matters

All poets and newcomers to poetry are invited to join "Poetry Matters:…

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Mr. Bwoo

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PIC OF THE WEEK

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Parsley provides the green

Our special section Project: Home, a magazine-style piece about gardening and home improvement, is available in our newspapers now – here is a sampling of what the publication has to offer.

Around the house: a wife’s tale

Our special section Project: Home, a magazine-style piece about gardening and home improvement, is available in our newspapers now – here is a sampling of what the publication has to offer.

  • Jun 17th, 2008

Chief Rob Miesen resigns from Lopez Fire Department

After being at the helm of Lopez Fire and EMS for five years, Fire Chief Rob Miesen has resigned from his post.

  • Jun 17th, 2008

Community dinners to showcase local food and provide affordable meals

In a collaborative effort between the farm-to-school program and Lopez community members, a series of monthly community dinners are being planned, featuring locally grown produce and meat.

  • Jun 17th, 2008

Stalking: it’s a reality, even in the San Juans

Stalking. The word conjures visions of a big city's darkened streets. A…

Island Sinfonia to perform concert on Lopez

The Island Sinfonia, along with conductor Jack Lynch, will present its annual winter concert on Lopez at Grace Episcopal Church on Saturday, Jan. 26, at 3 p.m.

  • Jun 17th, 2008

Ellen Goodman

BOSTON -- Maybe I forgot to get my vaccination against the false-hope…

BookBeat

Colleen Smith Armstrong reviews the novel "Before I die."

  • Jun 17th, 2008

News from Lopez Library

Lopez Library director Lou Pray gives the latest update from Lopez Library.

Literary Moments

Lopez• Literary Salon at the Lopez Library on the third Tuesday of…

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Community Events

Chess night at Lopez LibraryChess players; come to the Lopez Library community…

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Mr. Bwoo

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PIC OF THE WEEK

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Democrats, Republicans caucus Feb. 9

It was New Hampshire and Iowa earlier in the month.Soon to follow…

PIC OF THE WEEK

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Tamara Shane, a traveler, artist, and musician, releases first CD

Tamara Shane's "Traveler on the Road" features 24 tracks of her original songs on the guitar and harmonica. They are vibrant, folksy songs about global issues, the wilderness around us, and the transforming powers of travel.

  • Jun 17th, 2008

Community Events

Kucinich Support GroupJoin the Kucinich Support Group at the Lopez Library Tuesday,…

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Ellen Goodman

I have been thinking about Ann Dunham's other child, the girl child,…

Senior Profile: Nancy Lamoureux

Colleen Armstrong interviews senior Nancy Lamoureux.

  • Jun 17th, 2008

Volunteer scuba diver discovers invasive tunicate in San Juans

While diving at one of his favorite sites in the San Juan…

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Shivering Sheep Fibre Arts Festival

Creativity, community, compassion and sustainability come together in the first Shivering Sheep Fibre Arts Festival in the San Juan Islands Jan. 31 to Feb. 3.

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Community Hospital Committee and PeaceHealth begin feasibility assessment

The San Juan Community Hospital Committee and PeaceHealth, a not-for-profit healthcare system…

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Clark named Project Coordinator for Agricultural Conservation Easements Education

Tim Clark of Lopez Island will be assisting the Agricultural Resources Committee (ARC) as the Project Coordinator for its Agricultural Conservation Easements Education Campaign.

  • Jun 17th, 2008

Mr. Bwoo

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Canada by train: French Club students leave for Quebec on Feb. 15

Lopez students get the chance to experience history, geography, architecture, art, and music in 16 activity-filled days during the French Club's annual Quebec trip.

  • Jun 17th, 2008

Bringing together community in the name of good food

The first Evening Meal at Lopez School on Thursday, Jan. 31 was a night of delicious, locally grown food, friendly conversation, and enough good cheer to warm a cold winter night.

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PIC OF THE WEEK

A Canadian Goose in last week's snow.

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Artist Profile: Tracey Levine, Orcas Island

Susan Malins interviews artist Tracey Levine.

  • Jun 17th, 2008

Community Events

Lopez AA MeetingsLopez AA meetings at the Children's Center: Monday, Big Book,…

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