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It is a real treat to work with our very own start-up internet/phone company. We now have high speed internet at our home. No more spinning wheels, and streaming doesn’t stop. Who would have thought it possible?
The Fosters would like to thank the community of Orcas Island for the renovation of our bathroom to accommodate Luanne’s wheelchair.
I’ve already voted for Wes Heinmiller for Orcas Island Fire Commissioner and I’m encouraging you to do just the same. In fact, our whole family has voted, signed, sealed, and delivered the ballots to the elections office several days ago.
Please join me in voting for Deborah Jones for Orcas Island Park and Recreation District Commissioner.
I strongly endorse Wesley (Wes) Heinmiller for San Juan County Fire District #2 Commissioner.
This letter is written in a resounding and unwavering support for Wes Heinmiller as fire commissioner.
I believe Wes Heinmiller posses the conviction, skill sets and grasp of priorities, necessary to supervise and lead our OIFD to a new levels of superiority.
As the race for District 2 fire commissioner heads into its final weeks, the difference in perspective between candidates Wes Heinmiller and Julie Remington appears in bold relief in the voter’s pamphlet.
I am endorsing Julie Remington for the Fire Commissioner’s position in the upcoming election.
I met Julie Remington 10 years ago at the Orcas Island Fire Department where she had been a volunteer for some time.
On Oct. 19, the Skagit Habitat for Humanity Store truck made what is probably its final visit to Orcas Island.
The end of summer marks the end of a busy fundraising season for the Orcas Island Lions Club.
I recently attended a meeting of the owners of North West Connoisseurs, a local 502 licensed marijuana grow-op, and concerned business owners in the area of Mt. Baker Road and Hope Lane, where the new facility would be located.
Scientific research is the most powerful tool we have against disease.
I’m voting for Wes Heinmiller for the position of Orcas Island Fire Commissioner because he is a terrific fit for the position.
I am writing to recommend Wes Heinmiller to you as a candidate for Fire Commissioner.
There was an old lady from Doe Bay. She lived alone and liked it that way.
In an October 4 letter titled Salish Sea Vessel Traffic to Increase, the author incorrectly infers the volume of vessel traffic related to the proposed Trans Mountain Expansion Project.
Alcohol, tobacco, coffee, Prozac, Xanax, running, yoga, marijuana, tennis. A kick, a thrill, a rush or sedative.
Over our 40-plus-year history, Children’s House has served more than 1,000 children and received numerous grants and donations from countless supporters.
I strongly endorse Wes Heinmiller for Fire Commissioner of Orcas Island.
Many of you may be wondering who was the young woman who died in our hot tub here on Orcas on Sept. 30, 2014.
We are seeking financial support in the form of donations to cover costs not met by my medical coverage.
There is an election coming up soon on Nov. 3, and the League of Women Voters of the San Juans urges you to be sure to vote by that date.
The Fourth Annual Chili Cook-off is over, and once again the island came through.
One thing that is certain, when Brazilians come to your neighborhood as well as purveyors of gypsy jazz, folks tend to break out in fever, common symptoms being song and dance, a truly infectious form of social well being.
I read with interest last week’s Sounder Editorial, “Road safety.” Although the well-intentioned message offered some sage advice (e.g., turn signals provide useful information), it hinted that cyclists may not belong on our roads, pejoratively labeling “bicycle riders weaving into traffic” as a “unique danger” akin to our local roadside nibbler, the deer.
A poem dedicated to the wonderful Orcas Island community.
I’d like to publicly thank the Orcas Island Lions Club for their interest and care in maintaining a supply of rehab assistance equipment for the people of Orcas.
We would like to thank the United Way of San Juan County for generously supporting The Funhouse Commons’ Mentor Program this year.
United Way of San Juan County graciously awarded a grant to Orcas Family Connections in their 2015 grant cycle.
To all present and former students, teachers and staff of Orcas Island schools:
Thanks to the generosity of Funhouse 2015 Gala donors and the Kiwanis Club of Orcas Island, the Funhouse Commons can now purchase new playground equipment.
The Grange has determined that the July 21, 2015 proposed SJC code amendments and new sections would place an undue burden on both home and commercial growers who depend upon the use of greenhouses.
There is unstated reciprocity to that Orcasian, just as there should be reciprocity to a resident of Mount Vernon who finds himself needing emergency services on Orcas.
Twenty years ago I chose to make my home on Orcas Island because of the many hiking options there.
The main focus, separating the plan and regulations and an expanded land use table are all welcome improvements.
We also deeply thank you who have helped the Flores family pay for baby Giovanni’s funeral.
Next year will be the 60th Library Fair! Friends of the Orcas Island Library is the fabric of our library and has contributed in a myriad of ways…
We regret to announce that Orcas Fire and Rescue was unable to formally attend.