When Georgia Powers and her late husband, Ray, first moved to La Conner in the 1980s, one of the first things they did was search for the local library. What they found was more than a building.
News scoop: Santa’s advance schedule of early La Conner visits has been leaked to the Weekly News. Parents, are these on your calendar?
They came to support the new La Conner Swinomish Library and they did not disappoint. One-hundred-two people attended the 4th Festival of Tiny Trees last Saturday at the Swinomish Yacht Club.
A silent auction featured 21 tabletop trees decked out to represent a range of themes: nature, the winter solstice, forest friends, owls, holiday baking, wine...
WE WOKE UP AND THE MOUNTAINS WERE WHITE – Someone has been sprinkling confectioner’s sugar all over the mountains! – or so it seems. Meteorological winter started December 1. – Photo by Nancy Crowell
Not much rain but lots of cold temperatures last month. The 13 days of frost bookended November: Five of the first eight mornings saw lows below 32 degrees as did eight of the last ten days. The coldest temperatures were recorded Nov. 25-30. Nov 29-30 were the coldest mornings, at 24.2 and 21.6 degrees. Nov. 25 was the last day above 46.5 degrees and the high was 40.0 degrees on the 29th.