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Flu season officially starts Oct. 1, but shots are available now. Experts recommend not waiting.
San Juan County voters have been receiving postcards from the U.S. Postal Service encouraging voters to “plan ahead” for the November 3 General Election. Unfortunately, two of the recommendations included in the postcards are not relevant to Washington voters.
Revisions proposed for Puget Sound net pens
This year, the COVID pandemic shifted the Spring GICU to a do-it-yourself month-long effort.
Procrastinated parcel pilfering, ticketed tailgater, Moran marauding motorcycles | San Juan County Sheriff’s Log
The San Juan County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls.
The response to the survey from San Juan Islands Shuttle Service is clear.
After two months and withstanding three vandalizations, the signs memorializing Black lives lost on Lopez are gone. In a ceremony of respect, community members gathered to remove the painted signs along the side of Fisherman Bay Road on Sept. 6.
For the third year in a row, Huddle Lopez Island is sponsoring a voter registration drive.
The San Juan County issued a temporary, short-term fire ban for all activities Sept. 7-9.
Oxfam America study ranks Washington best state
The moratorium on marijuana production and processing will lift after being in place for a year and a half.
Skagit/Islands Head Start, San Juan Island Community Foundation, and Skagit Valley College Foundation partner to expand Head Start access in Friday Harbor
Skagit/Islands Head Start, San Juan Island Community Foundation and Skagit Valley College Foundation are proud to announce that more Friday Harbor children and their families will have access to early learning education, resources and support this fall, thanks to their partnership that will bring a larger Head Start modular building to its new location at Friday Harbor Elementary.
Operating at 100 percent capacity is allowed immediately.
Dogs love the Dump, aka Lopez Solid Waste Disposal District.
Due to easterly winds, smoke from fires in Eastern Washington is settling over Puget Sound.
Submitted by Orcas Island Fire and Rescue Orcas Island Fire and Rescue…
The San Juan County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls. Aug.…
Eighty-six percent of San Juan County’s demand for child care is met…
Submitted by Washington State Parks The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission…
Submitted by Gov. Jay Inslee’s office On Aug. 31, Gov. Jay Inslee…
Two new grants aim to help small businesses in the San Juan…
The Washington State Department of Health’s guidance around testing has not changed: if you have symptoms, you need to get tested.
Submitted by the Washington State Office of Attorney General A federal judge…
Submitted by the San Juan County Land Bank. Make some room in…
Challenge open to all middle and high school students who live or attend school in second district
Submitted by San Juan County Noxious Weed Program San Juan County has…
Modified service on multiple routes due to COVID-19
Submitted by the Washington State Ferry Service Because of an unplanned technical…
San Juan County Sheriff’s office recent calls
Submitted by Orcas Power and Light Cooperative Members who are struggling to…
San Juan County organization receives $750,000 grant for long-term care
New statewide testing metric and methodology updates announced
The ferries occasionally running behind in the summer is something islanders are accustomed to.
The San Juan County Sheriff’s office responded to the following calls.
The Skagit STEM Network is expanding.
Four of the islands’ elected officials held a meeting to discuss the state of the islands.
State receives more than $11 million in federal grants to benefit Southern resident orca and Chinook recovery
The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office announced the award.
It’s time for the talk: How to get together safely
Submitted by the San Juan County Economic Development Council The Joint Transportation…
Submitted by Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman’s office The U.S. Postal…