Congressman Rick Larsen will host a community coffee at 9:30-10:30 a.m. Saturday at Johnny Picasso’s, 501 Commercial Ave. The casual coffee lets residents talk to Larsen about any issue they wish.
The Planning Commission last night recommended denying a proposal to reduce the allowable building height along part of Guemes Channel from 50 feet to 35 feet.
The Anacortes Planning Commission last night recommended the city continue with its current process for making land-use decisions and not adopt a hearing examiner.
Joe Pratt had a big win for the Seahawks, earning a 18-3 technical fall at 126 pounds, but that was it and Anacortes fell 69-5 to Mount Baker Wednesday night.
How is climate change going to affect the Pacific Northwest?
Research Meteorologist Nick Bond will look at that question and more during the first lecture in the Skagit County Washington State University Beach Watcher’s winter lecture series 7 to 8:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Anacortes Public Library.
With a flourishing band program in the School District, the Anacortes High School Band Boosters are working to raise about $14,000 to purchase 30 new marching band uniforms. The current uniforms are in good shape, but with band students moving up from the middle school next year there may not be enough to outfit everyone.