A motorist fueling his vehicle at the same gas station as an Anacortes police corporal Jan. 15 was found to be in possession of heroin and methamphetamine.
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Several property owners on Sunset Avenue and Grady Lane have written the city in opposition to the loss of wildlife habitat that would occur if 20 condominiums are developed as proposed on Ferry Terminal Road south of Charlie’s Restaurant.
More sleep for students, a bus schedule that works and minimal impact on families are all top priorities for the Anacortes School District as it looks at the possibility of starting all schools later next year.
The gym at the Fidalgo Pool & Fitness Center will be torn down if fundraising and bond revenue come through for a proposed aquatic and fitness center estimated to cost $28.4 million.
Port of Anacortes Commissioner Kathy Pittis has been appointed to serve on the Washington Public Ports Association’s Executive Committee.
Registration is open for the Salish Sea Stewards, a free training program for residents interested in marine science and protection.
The Fidalgo Pool and Fitness Center board of commissioners is offering naming rights to help raise half the cost of the estimated $28.4 million needed to build the proposed center. The rest would be raised through a bond proposed for the February 2020 ballot.
Fidalgo Pool & Fitness Center District commissioners will get an update on the capital campaign for the proposed new aquatic and fitness center when they meet at 5:30 p.m. Jan. 17 at the center, 1603 22nd St., Anacortes.
Tucked away in the middle school lunchroom every day after school, the Anacortes High School wrestling team members run drills, practice their skills and ignore their team’s record.
The girls of the Anacortes High School bowling team aren’t afraid to fail. They just focus on how to get better.