Friday Harbor boys roll past Crosspoint Feb. 9, 2017, travel to Orcas Island Saturday

Friday Harbor boys basketball team rolled past Crosspoint 74-36 in an elimination contest Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017. With the win over the Warriors (14-7), the Wolverines (12-9) continue in the double-elimination Class 2B District 1/2 Tournament. They travel to Orcas Island (13-2) for a game at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017.

Friday Harbor senior Joe Stewart shoots over Crosspoint's Jared Cattell (15) and Nathan Taylor (14). Matt Pranger photo


Seattle Lutheran knocks Friday Harbor boys from playoffs - Feb. 18, 2017

Seattle Lutheran knocked Friday harbor boys basketball team from the Class 2B playoffs with a 64-42 victory Saturday, Feb.18, 2017 at Sedro-Woolley High School. The Saints, who drilled 10 three-pointers to the Wolverines' two, finish second in the District 1/2 Tournament and advance to the state tournament.


Orcas Island boys beat Friday Harbor, advance to district championship - February 11, 2017

Orcas Island boys basketball team advanced to the Class 2B District 1/2 Championship by trimming Friday Harbor 54-47 in a semifinal Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017. 

Orcas Island senior Aidan Kruse shoots a jumper as Friday Harbor senior John Gustafson defends. The Vikings beat the Wolverines 54-47 in a district semifinal Saturday Feb. 11, 2017. Matt Pranger photo


Dead Man's Cell Phone at SJCT - Photos added

San Juan Community Theatre's winter play, onstage from February 17-March 4, features a wildly imaginative contemporary comedy-drama. Sarah Ruhl’s Dead Man’s Cell Phone opens in a quiet café, with an incessantly ringing cell phone, a stranger at the next table who has had enough, and a dead man – with a lot of loose ends. As the play unfolds, we witness the odyssey of a woman forced to confront her own assumptions about morality, redemption and the need to connect in a technologically-obsessed world.


1500 women, men, children march in Friday Harbor

The signs -  Build Bridges Not Walls, Every Species Matters, Smash the Patriarchy, Strong Girls Strong World, Orcas Not Oil and many more -   reflected the variety of concerns that drove an estimated 1,500 women, men and children to walk in the Women's March in Friday Harbor. Approximately 200 people from Shaw, Lopez and Orcas Islands  arrived on the interisland ferry to join the event. Marchers of all ages joined together in peaceful protest. The election of Donald Trump has unnerved and frightened millions on U.S. citizens and people from other nations.  According to the Washington Post millions worldwide participated in marches including Seattle, Washington, D.C., Barcelona and Prague.

Photos by Matt Pranger and Sharon Kivisto

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