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December 6, 2022

Photographers in spotlight at musem

From the beginning, Anacortes has been blessed with a long string of talented photographers, from newspaper people to commercial/industrial professionals. To see a few “all stars” from this group visit the Anacortes Museum at 1305 8th Street in the old Carnegie Library building. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, […]

December 1, 2022

Former astronaut Anders receives honors

Former astronaut Bill Anders, founder of the Heritage Museum of Flight in Burlington, was recently honored with the National Air and Space Museum’s Michael Collins Trophy for Lifetime Achievement. The museum reports that the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum awards its Michael Collins Trophy annually “for lifetime and current achievements in aerospace science and […]

November 30, 2022

Pastels to be featured at Scott Milo Gallery

Scott Milo Gallery welcomes back Teresa Saia of Whidbey Island with her richly colored, jewel tone pastels. The artist will be featured from December 2 to January 21, 2023. Saia offers brilliantly colored landscapes and pond pieces in many sizes. Also showing are impressionistic NW watercolors by Eric Wiegardt, a new series of photo encaustic […]

November 28, 2022

Winter wonder

Mt. Baker, featuring fresh snow and clouds passing by…

November 20, 2022

Birds return to Skagit Valley

Among birds making their seasonal return to this area are the snow geese, pictured here on Fir Island. Trumpeter swans also delight birdwatchers.

November 16, 2022

Building permits, year-to-date

According to City Hall, the intake of new permit applications (new homes) has slowed down the last couple of months compared to last year, “but we are still very busy with inspecting current building projects, and still expect to break 1,000 permits received (for all building permit categories) by year end.” In 2021 the City […]

November 14, 2022

Beautiful day on Fidalgo Island

Another gorgeous morning on Fidalgo Island. I took the opportunity to hike at Rosario Beach.

November 11, 2022

Middle school students acknowledge veterans

Anacortes Middle School students put together a dramatic tribute to U.S. armed forces veterans this week with an outdoor “display” that featured the photos of dozens of veterans, past and present. This display ran the length of the middle school building and around a corner. Many guests pulled over to take a walk among the […]

November 8, 2022

Fans raise money for football bleachers

Anacortes High School’s football fans have responded generously to a fundraising effort made in order to make a Friday night post-season home game a possibility. “The team has never played a playoff game on their home field,” said fundraising volunteer Jeff Platt, “but thanks to the generosity of the community that will change this Friday […]

November 5, 2022

Motega motors to work

Motega workboat motors from Cap Sante Marina in downtown Anacortes on a bright, chilly Saturday morning.

November 2, 2022

Fall on the boardwalk

Colors continue to change, temperatures continue to drop. Boardwalk through wetlands at Ship Harbor, west side of Anacortes.

November 1, 2022

Both sides now

These eagles have positioned themselves to scan the area in all directions. Fidalgo Island.

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