A 60-year-old Kirkland man was arrested by Swinomish Tribal Police for boating under the influence around 6 p.m. Saturday.
Tribal officers were doing boating safety checks in the area when they noticed smoke coming from the 47-foot vessel, which was up on the rocks about 100 yards east of Burrows Island. The boat was taking on water.
Photo courtesy of Del Zane.
The Town Photo is published in this week’s edition of the Anacortes American.
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More than 110 business and community members came together to help the Island Hospital Foundation successfully meet a $50,000 matching gift opportunity from Jerry and Jan Barto, the foundation and Development Coordinator Bernadette Molnar announced today.
Extending a leisurely Sunday paid off in an unexpected way for Anacortes photographer Del Zane, in the form of a striking set of photographs of an unusual and colorful meteorological sky show technically known as a circumhorizon arc.
The photo with this story is provided courtesy of Zane and copyrighted by him.
Due to a recent sample of shellfish containing elevated levels of paralytic shellfish toxin (red tide), Fidalgo Bay has been closed to recreational shellfish harvesting. The closure was announced today by the Washington State Department of Health.
Fidalgo Bay will remain closed until additional sampling indicates toxin levels have declined.
Washington state’s official tall ship, the Lady Washington, and her companion ship, Hawaiian Chieftain, will stop in Anacortes in July and offer public sailing opportunities.
The ships will arrive July 8.