The Swinomish Indian Tribal Community is building a small gas station and convenience store on the vacant lot at the corner of Front Street and Moorage Way just west of the fish processing plant in the Swinomish Village. Writer Sharon Baker has the details in today's paper.
For your reading pleasure:
Don't miss "Purseless in La Conner" by resident Jan O'Leary.
Mickey Bambrick in Nuggets from Norway discloses some really interesting Norwegian Easter customs -- like mass marketing crime novels instead of chocolate bunnies.
The tulips are in bloom and tourists are bringing cheer and traffic to our streets. The Pull & Be Damned Jim Smith and Poet Joyce Johnson both put a local spin on what Jim calls the "tulip tsunami."
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