In the News

May 20, 2024

Hawks move on to state quarterfinals

It was a big weekend for the Anacortes High School Seahawks baseball team. With two Saturday wins at Daniels Field, the Hawks head north to Bellingham Friday in the hunt for a state championship. Saturday’s action featured wins over Steilacoom and Selah. A great day to be a Seahawks fan! (See more photos on Facebook […]

May 17, 2024

Boat & Yacht Show, downtown Anacortes

In full swing today is the Anacortes Boat & Yacht Show, featuring Traweler Fest. The action is at Cap Sante Marina, currently populated with millions of dollars worth of boats of all shapes and sizes. The show continues through 6 p.m. Saturday, May 18, bringing a wave of support for local businesses.

May 15, 2024

Birds make my day

My walks/hikes always find me scanning for birds, high and low. This representation of three outings includes an osprey, bald eagle, house finch, red wing blackbird and sandpiper.

May 13, 2024

Seahawk flies over Seahawks

This osprey, nicknamed the “seahawk,” flew over an Anacortes Seahawks baseball game last week on its ways home with dinner.

May 10, 2024

Seahawks baseball bound for state

A 10-inning thriller against top seed Lynden ended in victory for the Anacortes High School Seahawks baseball team. The Hawks scored a go-ahead run in the top of the 10th and then put the game on ice. Final score: 5-4.

May 9, 2024

Looking down on Bowman Bay

Bowman Bay on Fidalgo Island, beautiful from all angles. This perspective is from bluff trail linking the bay with Rosario.

May 6, 2024

Yacht on wheels

There are hundreds of boats stored, maintained and restored in Anacortes. Few, however, are in the league with 100-foot “Sinbad,” a yacht built 20 years ago in Seattle. The Sinbad was moved from Pacific Marine Center on T Avenue to re-launch at Fidalgo Bay last week. Note the size of lift operator and bystanders to […]

May 3, 2024

Morning exercise, NW style

Rowing club crew strokes across the sparkling waters of Fidalgo Bay after a Thursday morning run. Old Anacortes Rowing Society (OARS).

April 30, 2024

Great blue heron sculpture

Public art. Blue heron sculpture in pond at Fidalgo Bay Resort.

April 29, 2024

Nesting in style

Not “in the lights” but above the lights. Osprey pair tending nest, Anacortes ballfield.

April 27, 2024

Jumping for joy

The camera lens provided me a window into the adventurous life of 11-year-old Ansel, who had the Ben Root Skateboard Park all to himself for a few precious minutes on Friday afternoon. At that age I thought “jumping” my bike over a 4-inch curb was a big deal! Have fun, Ansel, and be safe…

April 26, 2024

Scott Milo to feature NW artists

The Scott Milo Gallery welcomes the Puget Sound Group Northwest Artists for a month, May 3-June 1. This juried show features 60 pieces of art representing over 50 member artists. Juror Valerie Collymore, a French Impressionist painter from Bellevue, made the awards. Many artists are new to the gallery, plus you’ll find many familiar names […]

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