The Swinomish Indian Tribal Community’s didgwalic Wellness Center is hosting a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Friday, April 23 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m at the Swinomish Casino and Lodge at 12885 Casino Drive.
Anacortes Police Chief John Small will retire on June 30, ending a nearly 28-year career in law enforcement.
Anacortes City Council members made a site visit Monday to see firsthand the property that would be affected if they approve a street vacation and shoreline easement exchange at 11th Street and B Avenue as a means of continuing the Guemes Channel Trail.
The Anacortes Police Department reported responding to 221 dispatches April 9-18. Here are some of them.
Skagit County is on par with the rest of the nation in vaccinating people against COVID-19, but the cases here have still been climbing as the weather has warmed and phase restrictions have eased.
About 60 cars drove down 9th Avenue to give Joyce Bake a wave on her 100th birthday on Thursday, April 15.
The City Council approved Monday a $50,044.74 contract with Commercial Fire Protection, Inc. for installation of a fire suppression system in the library’s broadband internet and server rooms.
The Anacortes Parks and Recreation Department is hosting sports events for kids in the coming months.
Many of the Anacortes High School sports teams had the last week off for spring break.