The Anacortes School District is changing its calendar, including pushing back graduation, after students were out due to snow four days last week.
Four snow make-up days are scheduled for Monday, Feb. 6 (it was an in-service day), May 25, June 21 and June 22. The middle school moving up ceremony is changed to June 21 and Anacortes High School graduation to June 20.
The Anacortes wrestling team had six wrestlers post wins Saturday at the Lynden Invitational. Anacortes scored 13 team points in the tournament to place 13th among the 14 teams.
Island Hospital’s new $10.3 million facility, the Medical Arts Pavilion, opened Jan. 9. The grand opening is tomorrow, with the ribbon cutting at 5:15 p.m.
Anacortes schools are closed for the fourth day today and after school activities are canceled.
Difficulties operating the small boat launch at the Cap Sante Boat Haven may soon be a thing of the past after the Port of Anacortes commission approved $80,000 for upgrades.
The Salvation Army’s biggest annual fundraiser was a big success in Anacortes, bringing in more than $33,000 in December.