Ralph M. Kaplan | Passages

1934 – 2018 Orcas Island resident Ralph Kaplan passed away at Swedish…

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San Juan’s wild turkeys remembered

by Peggy Butler San Juan Island Although wild turkeys have been absent…

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OICMF presents Leaves of Gold Concert

Submitted by the Orcas Island Chamber Music Festival. Orcas Island Chamber Music…

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Community church seeks child actors for nativity play

Orcas Island Community Church would like to extend an invitation to all…

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Letters to the Editor

Odds thank you | Letters

Each year the Odd Fellows award two scholarships to community-minded seniors at…

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Thanks from YES for Homes

The YES for Homes Coalition of San Juan County extends its sincere…

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Sports

Orcas boys soccer team win state quarterfinal matchup | Next game is this Friday

Submitted by Athletic Director Ryan Wilson. In a game that Viking head…

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Obituaries

Ralph M. Kaplan | Passages

1934 – 2018 Orcas Island resident Ralph Kaplan passed away at Swedish…

  • 15 hours ago

 

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