COVID-19 cases as of 4 p.m. March 31
In trying to anticipate the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, Anacortes Mayor Laurie Gere and city Finance Director Steve Hoglund took a conservative yet hopeful approach — hopeful, that is, that the pandemic will peak in May as many health officials predict.
With face masks on a nationwide shortage from the COVID-19 pandemic, local sewers are making an effort to provide local care centers with some protection.
School buildings are quiet, but educators across Washington are working to make sure the learning doesn’t stop.
Whoever stole two bronze sculptures from the Madrona Grove Sculpture Exhibit east of the Depot sometime between March 24-26 likely knew what they were doing.
The city’s acquisition of the Fidalgo Island Water System could take place this summer if approved by the Anacortes City Council and the Skagit Public Utility District board of commissioners.
The Intertribal Canoe Journey, the annual late-summer gathering of Northwest Native canoe cultures, is postponed until further notice because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Anacortes High School basketball teams’ state title hopes ended at districts, though each battled through several rounds to end up in fourth place.
For the second consecutive season, the Anacortes Seahawks boys’ swim team finished second at the Class 2A Swim and Dive State Championships at the King County Aquatic Center
Two Anacortes wrestlers competed at the Mat Classic XXXII on Feb. 21 and 22, with sophomore Gavin Lang taking home an eighth-place finish at 120 pounds.
Three Anacortes swimmers won events as the Seahawks competed in the final meet before next week’s state competition.