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Chess night at Lopez LibraryChess players; come to the Lopez Library community…
It was New Hampshire and Iowa earlier in the month.Soon to follow…
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.
Kucinich Support GroupJoin the Kucinich Support Group at the Lopez Library Tuesday,…
I have been thinking about Ann Dunham's other child, the girl child,…
Colleen Armstrong interviews senior Nancy Lamoureux.
While diving at one of his favorite sites in the San Juan…
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.
The San Juan Community Hospital Committee and PeaceHealth, a not-for-profit healthcare system…
Tim Clark of Lopez Island will be assisting the Agricultural Resources Committee (ARC) as the Project Coordinator for its Agricultural Conservation Easements Education Campaign.
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.
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.
A Canadian Goose in last week's snow.
Susan Malins interviews artist Tracey Levine.
Lopez AA MeetingsLopez AA meetings at the Children's Center: Monday, Big Book,…
Tim Clark discusses how we can preserve our farmland.
Residents of San Juan, Lopez and Shaw Islands are invited to an Open House at The Funhouse on Saturday, Feb. 9 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Mr. Bwoo continues his vacation in Hawaii.
BOSTON -- Early in the week, someone showed her the headline that…
Solar Eclipse/New MoonThis week promises to be one of the craziest in…
San Juan County Health and Community Services has received funding from the…
Lopez Island made the evening news last week when six cars were severely damaged by wind and waves on a Washington State Ferry.
Joe Reilly, the young singer, songwriter and environmental educator who enchanted Lopez kids and adults last summer, returns this week for two performances.
We can eat fresh, local, seasonal meals by buying food from Lopez…
February is a good time to remember all the ways you can…
Save gas and money"Car-less Travel off the Rock: How to save Gas,…
Democratic and Republican party faithful caucused on Saturday, Feb. 9.The Democrats of…
Sue DuMond's blossoming "Home on the Grange" series started last March. Since that time, she has held eight shows at the Lopez Island Grange Hall, offering everything from a string band to folk songs to rock and blues.
The Lopez Island Family Resource Center is offering a four-week class for adults and teens outlining day-to-day management skills to help cope with stress. "Easing the Burden of Daily Stress" runs four consecutive Mondays from 4-5:30 p.m. in the Lopez High School, starting Feb. 25. The course is free of charge.
The farmers' market is holding its second annual poster contest, open to all Lopez residents as well as 2007 farmers' market members, which will include some off-island folks.
The San Juan County Public Works Department will hold an informational open house about the proposed Fisherman Bay Road improvement project that spans from Military Rd. to Hummel Lake Rd. in the basement of the Lopez Fire Hall on Thursday, Feb. 21 from 1:30 to 5 p.m.
Technology Lab at LIFRCThe technology lab at the Lopez Island Family Resource…
The BLM is preparing to make improvements to the facilities and parking area at the Watmough Bay Trailhead, and is seeking public comment on the Environmental Assessment, (EA) of the proposed plans. The project area is on the southwest side of Lopez Island.
Thanks to a transfer by donation from the Lopez Village Association, San Juan County Parks is now the legal owner of 1.35-acre Lopez Village Park, preserving the land as a park in perpetuity. The park is situated near the Market in the heart of Lopez Village, and provides open green space for day use with picnic tables, restrooms, and coin-operated showers. The property is valued at $262,000.