Click Classifieds above to read this week's ad page (Alex fixed the link).
Photo by Karen Lynn
Until a La Conner woman stepped into their lives, tourists just stepped around these children as they slept huddled together on a street in Nepal. Here from left are Rahul Bk, Susil Bk, Jamuna Nayarni and Abisek pose in their new clothes. The boys are about 10, and the girl is 13.
Street orphans capture woman's heart
Read the heart warming story of these children written by Karen Lynn, an instructor at Crescent Moon Yoga. In today's paper
Photo by Don Coyote
The good, the bad, the ugly...
Reporter Alexander Kramer, now a journalism major at Western Washington University in Bellingham, is conducting a study on our readership.
Please take a few minutes to take our 10-question survey and tell us what you like and what you think we should be doing better. The button is on the right of the page.
Sea scouts program is afloat
Writer Adrian Sharpe has the story on the Rotary Club's efforts to revive the La Conner Sea Scout program is back. Skippers and a crew have been recruited.
To join or volunteer please contact Lee Carlson at lee.carlson211@gmail or 360-466-0127 or Sea Scout Kane Stokes at 360-610-5179.
From the Police Blotter:
4:57 p.m.: Found – A customer left their keys in a business in the 100 block of First Street in La Conner and they were later returned. Yep, it's been real exciting around here.
Read your favorite columnists in today's paper. Jim Smith, Mickey Bambrick and Mel Damski are in fine form.
Paper hit the streets today, it's in the red quarter-consuming news boxes and on the counters at both gas stations, in the liquor store, book store and drug store. Or call and have us send it to your home or office for $30 per year. 466-3315.