Roger Sherman speaks on Bach, Vivaldi

Submitted by the Orcas Choral Society. With Orcas Choral Society singing a…

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Nunez services donates fence for permaculture project at Christian School

Islander Juan Nunez, pictured here, donated his time to build the 400…

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Zbornik-Thompson headed to medical school

Submitted by the parents of Tika Zbornik-Thompson. Tika Zbornik-Thompson will be attending…

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Engineer honor

Dana Pomeroy Speece, daughter of Wes and Pat Pomeroy of Eastsound, was…

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Letters to the Editor

Community Resource Center thanks United Way of San Juan County | Letter

The Orcas Community Resource Center would like to thank United Way San…

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News

Happenings at the Orcas Senior Center

Zumba classes on Tuesdays Zumba Gold is a Latin-inspired dance fitness class…

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Sports

Softball and baseball game updates

Baseball by Kupono Anuenue Orcas High School student After losing over half…

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Obituaries

Mary J. Meyer (Christiansen) | Passages

Mary J. Meyer (Christiansen) passed from this life on April 7, one…

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Dr. Gary Ranker | Passages

Dr. Gary Ranker of Deer Harbor, Washington and New York, New York…

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