The Rev. Dwight Woodruff of New Hope Christian Fellowship was remembered this morning as “a man with a heart for Christ and for the people he served.”
Media representatives from across Washington are lambasting proposed legislation that exempts state lawmakers from portions of the Public Records Act.
A group of 11 Democratic lawmakers aims to address the rights of homeless people and their ability to survive in public.
An Anacortes man turned himself in at the Anacortes Police Department late Feb. 13 about four hours after his vehicle reportedly collided with a police car and another vehicle and he fled on foot.
This Valentine’s Day, some couples will celebrate how they found each other.
Skagit Bank is now Banner Bank in name, as well as in ownership.
A 36-year-old Anacortes man was arrested Feb. 8 and booked in jail on resisting arrest and obstructing charges by Anacortes police officers investigating a reported fight at a local motel.
As new state Sen. Liz Lovelett prepares to begin work in the Legislature, she said that she hasn’t decided yet if she will step down from the Anacortes City Council.
The death of a motorist on Highway 20 near Campbell Lake Road on June 4 is fresh on Todd Carlson’s mind as he talks about the roundabout proposed there by the Samish Indian Nation, Skagit County and the state Department of Transportation.
At a swim practice late last week, the boys team completed laps, chatted with each other about the plan for a competition the next day and worked to improve their strokes.
As wind, snow and ice plagued the Pacific Northwest this weekend, several Anacortes High School sports teams saw delays or cancellations of post-season play.
Everything changed this year for the Anacortes High School girls basketball team.
The Friends of the Anacortes Community Forest Lands group is hosting a series of free hikes in February and March. All hikes are 10 a.m. to noon on Fridays. No pets are allowed.