Bells will still ring outside Safeway and The Market this holiday season, though the Salvation Army will have some adaptations to their annual fundraisers, with an emphasis on virtual giving.
The city held a belated celebration for those who helped repair the Washington Park boat launch, which was repaired damaged by a storm in February 2019.
COVID-19 hospitalizations are rising in Skagit County as new cases continue their record-breaking climb, and health officials are bracing for more as the holidays bring people together.
The Anacortes City Council voted 5-1 Monday to approve a 1% increase in the city’s property tax, which means property owners will pay an average of $6.03 more in city property tax in 2021.
Skagit County’s election results were certified Tuesday. The winners take office in January; here’s what voters can expect of them in 2021.
Some 1,736 Skagit County residents have been diagnosed with COVID-19 as of Monday, and 26 have died, according to data released Monday by Skagit County Public Health.
Signs are posted in Anacortes offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the whereabouts of Laynee Westbrook, the local woman who was last seen on Sept. 10 at the Chevron next to Swinomish Lodge & Casino.
Amanda Hubik was reappointed Monday by Mayor Laurie Gere to the Housing Authority Board, and Courtney Orrock was appointed to the Library Board of Trustees.
New regulations from the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association mean more rules in place when it comes to playing against other schools.
As the Anacortes School District works toward more in-person learning, it took time to thank its school bus drivers last week for the services they are providing to the community and the challenges they will face in the coming weeks.
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association released new guidelines last week on what returning to sports and other activities could look like this year.