A short documentary, “Interconnected | The Effect of Climate Change on Indigenous Nations,” will be broadcast at 9 a.m., 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Friday on Anacortes TV10.
State Sen. Liz Lovelett and state Rep. Alex Ramel, both Democrats from the 40th District, far outdistance their opponents in campaign fundraising, according to the latest campaign finance reports on file with the state Public Disclosure Commission.
The virus was first confirmed in Washington on Jan. 21. Numbers as of Monday, July 6, unless otherwise noted. Sources: Skagit County Public Health, the state Department of Health, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization.
The Anacortes Police Department reported responding to 163 calls from June 29 to July 6. Here are some of them:
More providers are coming to Island Hospital, and the hospital is considering expansions as it continues to reopen its services and considers financial losses stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Fidalgo Pool and Fitness Center is open to the public again, and discussions between the city and pool over a potential shared recreation facility are picking back up now that a preliminary architect rendering is available.
The Port of Anacortes is moving ahead on big projects on port properties and discussing policies and contracts to guide the port into the future.
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.