A room in a home on the corner of Lunz and South Campbell Lake roads became fully engulfed in flames within seconds of Vicky and Mike Singleton escaping with the help of a neighbor and a passerby on May 21.
The COVID-19 virus was first confirmed in Washington on Jan. 21. The following numbers are as of Tuesday, May 26, as reported by Skagit County Public Health, the state Department of Health, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the World Health Organization.
While tax revenues in the City of Anacortes are down compared to the same period in 2019, a reduction in spending has helped soften COVID-19’s blow to city finances, according to a financial report that was scheduled to be presented Tuesday to the City Council.
Progress is moving forward at Island Hospital to reopen all services and bring back all staff, but safety protocols are staying in place.
Former choir director and principal Bob Knorr is this year’s winner of the Water A. Brodniak Award for Cultural Arts Education.
The Guemes Island ferry will remain on a nonpeak schedule this summer. That means fewer trips to and from the island as compared to the average summer.
Continued low returns of some key chinook salmon stocks are expected to limit numerous Washington salmon fisheries in the upcoming season, state fishery managers say.
Not every pool can boast that three world records have been set in their lanes, but now the Fidalgo Pool and Fitness Center can.
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.