Articles from the June 13, 2018 edition

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 By Bill Reynolds    News    June 13, 2018

Class dismissed: La Conner High seniors earn diplomas

For the Class of 2018, it was one last time to enjoy the moment. Still, in that moment – one extending over a two-hour period – La Conner High seniors alternately reflected fondly upon...

 
 By Ken Stern    Opinion    June 13, 2018

Musings - on the editor's mind

I went to Vancouver, Canada Thursday to preview “Cabin Fever,” now open at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Read the article on page five. It was the most different day I have had in the Pacific Northwest since I moved here. The $44 (Canadian) parking fee...

 

Park Salmon Slide

Fish issues have been completed by John Doyle this past week and painting/sealing will begin next week. Stop by over the next several days, take a slide and it will be ready for all to use real soon. We are sorry for any inconvenience and we are...

 
 By Ken Stern    News    June 13, 2018

Poisoned greens close Swinomish Golf Links

Monday the Swinomish Golf Links closed so repairs to the course’s greens could begin. The course is owned by the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community. Its Chairman, Brian Cladoosby, said “Because of the...

 
 By Ken Stern    Opinion    June 13, 2018

Taking the initiative

This is an election year, for newly turned 18 year olds and the rest of us older than 18. Besides political offices, constitutional and charter amendments will be on the ballot, if each collects the required signatures. That’s the reason they are c...

 

La Conner science teachers winners in Shell science lab regional challenge

Todd Hinderman, Steve DeLeon and Ari Landworth, science teachers at La Conner’s high and elementary schools, are regional winners in the Shell Science Lab Regional Challenge. Sponsored by Shell Oil C...

 
 By Judy Booth    News    June 13, 2018

Japan visit part of POW reconciliation program for dad and daughter

“When I first heard about returning to Japan, I wanted to say two prayers. The first – to forgive the Japanese for the way the POWs were treated; the second – to pray for my friends who su...

 

Go to Vancouver for 'Cabin Fever'

The Vancouver Art Gallery’s “Cabin Fever” is a celebration of the cabin as an icon in the United States and Canada. The large exhibit does a captivating job of presenting the cabin as a visual art piece that has shaped our countries and our cultu...

 
 By Ken Stern    News    June 13, 2018

McCauley's 'American Fiction' offered hard truths

Some artists realize their roles as canaries in our coal mines. Others pass. Robert McCauley told how he volunteers for the job, sharing his prophecies with an attentive audience of 25 Saturday, as his exhibit, “American Fiction” was about to clo...

 

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