n The Anacortes City Council will meet online at 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 21 for discussions on reduced fees for access to the city’s fiber optic internet network for low-income families. Listen in by calling 1-253-215-8782 and entering meeting ID 892-5564-6791. The meeting is also available at …

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, all districts are holding their school board meetings electronically. Therefore, all districts ask that public comment be delivered electronically or dropped off at district offices. For information, visit district websites.

ALGER — Skagit Speedway wrapped up one of the most unusual seasons in the track's long history late Thursday with something that wasn't so unusual — some exciting wins and three champions.

ANACORTES — The World War II-era howitzer that resided at Causland Park since about 1960 may be gone, but much like General Douglas MacArthur said after leaving the Philippines it shall also return.

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In an ongoing effort to help the region’s salmon populations, the state Recreation and Conservation Office announced Thursday an $18 million grant package for projects to protect and restore fish habitat.

After hearing a recap of how rising water in Turner and Nookachamps creeks impacts residents in and around Clear Lake, the Skagit County Board of Commissioners passed an emergency declaration Tuesday in support of drainage work.

The state Department of Ecology is accepting comments on a draft permit that would allow Cooke Aquaculture to raise steelhead trout in four net pens in Puget Sound, including one near Hope Island in Skagit County.