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Of course no one knows what the future – even the near…
I am not usually one for superlatives, so pardon my gush. If…
I love Moran State Park. My children really love our hikes around…
The Odd Fellows would like to thank all those who participated in…
Gratitude to all those who graciously donated items to Caps for Kids…
With the creation of the Orcas Senior Center Administrator position the Operations…
We are going to vote for Bill Watson for the San Juan…
We urge you to vote for Michael Durland for county council. We…
We will cast our vote for County Council District 1 for Bob…
Our library is more than just books, audiobooks, CDs and DVDs. It…
It is important to keep Bob on the job. He has the knowledge and the hands-on experience.
Others have written letters of support for Bob Jarman, and I feel…
I would like to correct some misinformation in your editorial of 10-26-16.…
I consider it a privilege to endorse Michael Durland for county council.…
Our library is awesome. It is an institution of learning, inspiration and…
I am 14 years old, and I am Bob Jarman’s granddaughter. I…
I consider it a privilege to endorse Michael Durland for County Council.
The Orcas Public Library is one of the most important places for our community
Michael Durland has amazing analytical skills that are applied to getting work done just right.
It's not possible to know how someone new to elected office will perform.
Who do county employees support in the election for county council? Bill Watson for seat one (and Rick Hughes for seat two).
I am very grateful to Bob Jarman for all he has done and continues to do for our county.
Bob Jarman is the obvious choice for County Council District 1.
Bill Watson has my vote for County Council District no. 1 – and I'll tell you why.
Please join us in voting "YES" on I-732 in November.
Senator Kevin Ranker endorses Bill Watson for San Juan County Council District no. 1
This is an exceptionally depressing election season ...
As almost everyone knows, there's an important election coming up in November.
What if FDR had never pushed the Rural Electrification Act?
Response to “CenturyLink is not keeping landlines open.”
Back a couple of months ago there was an article in the Sounder asking for medical financial help for Gary and Melinda Hart.
Thanks for Helping to Get Big Money Out of Politics | Letters
Letter of Appreciation to the Artisans Faire | Letter
CenturyLink is not keeping landlines open | Letter
Letter from Peg Manning to the Planning Commission
We were shocked to learn of the death of Keaton Farris at the Island County jail, and we remain saddened by the tragedy. Our heart goes out to Keaton’s mom and dad and his extended family.
Thank you to everyone who attended Seniors Have Talent on Nov. 7. We had a full house!
Just wanted to say that I thought your editorial about the teacher and student was right on (“When a teacher crosses the line,” 11/4/15). You outlined the issues very clearly and mentioned other opinions that are irrelevant. Nicely done.
In the November 5 issue of Islands’ Sounder, two editorials regarding sexual misconduct by a high school teacher were printed. The one article, credited to three high school seniors of The Viking Voice, was tempered with compassion and respect for all those involved in the situation. It calls for restraint from judgement and blame, as well as calls for the use of right speech in discussing the situation in our community.
I was deeply saddened to hear about the passing of Roger Congdon. I first met Roger about 25 years ago, when I joined the American Legion Post #93.