Prompted by an afternoon stackup in traffic on Memorial Highway, I finally acted on my plan to scramble to the top of the dike and shoot this photo of the new Anacortes Water Treatment Plant on the Skagit River.
Among those paying their respects at Grand View Cemetery on Memorial Day was Anacortes resident Bill Thatcher, who served in the U.S. Army during WWII. He is pictured here talking to Erica Pickett and Bob Hyde (also a veteran: U.S. Navy). … Continue reading →
It’s exciting to see crowds swarm at Cap Sante Marina in downtown Anacortes as the annual PassageMaker magazine “Trawler Fest” has located here once again. Those marina crowds inevitably spill into the surrounding retail neighborhood, providing a much needed boost … Continue reading →
Two of my Anacortes images were published in the 2013-14 edition of the Greater Seattle InfoGuide, a 96-page glossy magazine subtitled: “Your Guide to Life in the Puget Sound Region.” A photograph of the Anacortes Spring Boat Show appeared in … Continue reading →
Seems like only yesterday! Join Island Hospital in celebration of its 50th anniversary for a free community health fair for the entire family on Saturday, May 11 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the hospital campus just west of … Continue reading →
Music teacher Ian Simensen has been named to receive the Walter A. Brodniak Award, given each spring to a student, faculty member, administrator, school director, community member or community organization that has made an outstanding contribution to the cultural arts … Continue reading →