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  • Barrows Okay After House Fire
    — from Orcas Island Fire and Rescue — Many many thanks to everyone for your support, donations, and thoughts for the Barrow family. Mr. and Mrs. Barrow and their family very much appreciate all that has been done to help. They are doing well and are not in need of… ... read more
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  • County Auditor Reports on 3rd Quarter Finances
    — by F. Milene Henley, County Auditor — How Are We Doing? A recent local political cartoon pictured a person, labeled “County Budget,” stuffing money into one pocket, labeled “Reserves,” while simultaneously shuffling money from that pocket to another pocket, labeled “spending,” and pulling money out of the “spending” pocket.… ... read more
    Source: Orcas Issues
  • Orcas Today: Wednesday, November 25th
    Yoga with Patsy Stephens Mondays and Wednesdays from 8:30-10:00am at the Orcas Center Madrona Room Patsy Stephens is certified in Iyengar Yoga, please call in advance before attending your first class at 360-376-2599. Introduction to Pilates Workshop Wednesdays/Fridays at 9:00am at Center Works Studio (The front of the Athletic Center… ... read more
    Source: Orcas Today
  • Rome: Total War
    The third in Creative Assembly’s line of Total War games, Rome: Total War was hailed as a hallmark title in the series and one of the greatest games of its genre.  Like it’s predecessors in the Total War line, Rome: Total War follows a formula of turn-based strategic gameplay where… ... read more
    Source: San Juan Gamer
  • Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings
    The Age of Empires series, originally developed by Ensemble Studios and later published by Microsoft Game Studios after Microsoft acquired Ensemble Studios in 2001, was a relatively late comer to the RTS genre.  Yet it quickly became a hit for the industry and would go on to establish an impressive… ... read more
    Source: San Juan Gamer
  • XCOM: Enemy Unknown
    When I first experienced Firaxis Games’ and 2K Games’ XCOM: Enemy Unknown, the original UFO: Enemy Unknown, developed by Mythos Games and MicroProse and marketed as X-COM: Enemy Unknown, had already existed for nearly a decade and established itself and the resulting series of X-COM games as favorites of the turn-based… ... read more
    Source: San Juan Gamer