Violinist Geoffrey Castle drew a crowd at the annual Christmas celebration hosted by the Port of Anacortes and sponsored by Shell Anacortes Refinery. He actually drew two crowds: one at 4:30 and another at 6:30. The shows benefitted the Anacortes … Continue reading →
Turns out local seagulls and I are attracted to some of the same things. No, not McDonald’s fries in the parking lot. Blue skies, wind and the Fidalgo Island shoreline: in this case Seafarers’ Memorial Park.
The Port of Anacortes has announced plans to purchase Marine Supply and Hardware Co. from the Demopoulos family. Details are pending, but tentative plans call for the port to maintain the historic buildings on Commercial Avenue, with demolition of some … Continue reading →
All public comment was positive on Tuesday, July 29 when a Skagit County Jail presentation was made to the City of Mount Vernon Hearing Examiner. The final step in land use permitting of a new jail is the Essential Public … Continue reading →