Articles from the April 12, 2023 edition

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 By Judy Booth    Community    April 12, 2023

Olga's firsthand account of the war in Ukraine, part 2

Olga is offering a glimpse into life in Ukraine since the Russian invasion in February 2022. The article last week left Olga at work in Ivano-Frankvisk in West Ukraine. She had just read on social media that Kiev was being bombed. Her dad and...

 

Women hold up sky at all four corners of Morris and Sixth streets

At the corners of Morris and Sixth streets you will find three booming businesses and a library that are owned or operated by women: Beaver Tales Coffee, Stompin Ground Coffee Co., Tillinghast Postal & Business Center and the La Conner Swinomish Libr...

 
 By Bill Reynolds    School    April 12, 2023

Swinomish students spring into action during four-day youth conference

Spring break was no vacation for a cross-section of Swinomish youth. Pre-teen and high school-aged tribal students sacrificed sleeping in and lounging in front of the TV to take part in a four-day...

 
 By Bill Reynolds    School    April 12, 2023

School staff hear strategies for tribal student success

For decades the odds were stacked against Native American students succeeding in the U.S. educational system. Statistics bear that out. La Conner Schools faculty and staff reviewed the data during a special program featuring Dennis Eller in late...

 

Neighbors Night at Tulip Valley Farms

Helping Hands Food Bank invites you to Neighbors Night at Tulip Valley Farms April 20, in partnership together to connect the community with resources while enjoying the magic that Skagit Valley has...

 

Daryl Walls recalls Guy Anderson at i.e.

Daryl Walls discusses the life and work of his friend, Guy Anderson, the Northwest Mystic artist, at i.e. gallery, 5:30 p.m. April 15, 5800 Cairns Court, Edison. The April exhibit has works from Anderson’s estate....

 

Larsen invites students to participate in 2023 Congressional Art Competition

Rep. Rick Larsen (WA-02) is inviting high school-aged students who live or attend school in Washington’s Second Congressional District to showcase their artistic talents in the 2023 Congressional Art Competition. Art submissions and forms are due...

 

Savory Topping

You can make this recipe and add to rice, pasta, gnocchi (featured in pic), scrambled eggs or vegetables. You can adjust the flavors by the type of spices or herbs you add. Always make it fresh. We...

 
 By Max Drews    Community    April 12, 2023

Firefighter Clemons Mitchel is doctor in training

As of Wednesday, March 29 at just before noon the man known as Clemons Mitchel does not go by "doctor." The fact that makes this detail notable is that if he wanted to, he could. Clemons Mitchel, rais...

 

Police Blotter 4/2-4/8

Sunday, April 2 12:32 a.m.: Flashlight suspicion – Caller saw someone outside their house with a flashlight in the middle of the night. Law enforcement responded and checked around the house, but...

 

Laugh at 'Something Rotten'

Skagit Valley College Music Department Presents “Something Rotten!” -- the Tony Award-winning smash created by the co-director of "The Book of Mormon” and the producers of “Avenue Q.” In the year 1595, brothers Nick and Nigel Bottom are...

 

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