Stand up in the face of bigotry | Guest column

by Timothy Coffey Orcas Island Recently, I was having lunch at a…

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Ulanah McCoy | Passages

Ulanah McCoy passed away peacefully on Sept. 16. An obituary will follow…

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Fall is flu clinic time

Flu season is here and it is time to get your flu…

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Annual fall clothing bank coming up

The clothing bank will be held Sunday, September 23 from 10 a.m.…

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Letters to the Editor

Weigh in OIHCD| Letters

Madrona Voices is conducting a survey on behalf of the Orcas Island…

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Saving the orcas | Letters

The Puget Consumers Co-op, a chain of locally supported, organic food markets…

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Obituaries

David Ker Schermerhorn | Passages

David Ker Schermerhorn, a long-time Orcas resident and activist who in 2008,…

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Katie Jensen | Memorial notice

A celebration for Katie Jensen is Sept. 22, 2. p.m. at the…

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