The Sheehan World Archive
2001 stories in
Philadelphia Realtor Mike McCann named Sheehan World "Man of the Year" after he sells publisher's home
Publisher defies Chinese censors,
smuggles notes, photos and silk
from People's Republic of China
Caption contest sizzles, fizzles
Dr. Ruth Harvey, counseling psychologist to the socially
awkward everywhere, publishes third book on the dozens of ways
and hundreds of places to make new friends -- this time in San Francisco!
Visitors to the Sheehan-Dingee compound in
reached near record numbers during the summer of 1997.
Students win journalism awards in WWU reporting class, spring 1997
Thirteen students nominated for Sheehan World awards In the 1997 "Great Ledes" and "Press Hat" contest
Salmon murdalizer strikes, but is caught
"You may salute me now"
Kathy earns Coast Guard license after grueling, two-day exam
Oh, the changes Kathy made in 1996 ...
Pictures of 6-month-old Isaac Best, our great nephew
We survived the Blizzard of '96!
The Sheehan Family Reunion,
July 4th 1996
Kathy D. Sheehan, a lifelong sailor and descendant of a line of seafarers, has attained qualifying status for a U.S. Coast Guard captain's license.
Western students master newswriting in spring 1996 journalism class And one, Ryan Hooser, gets his first story published. It's a profile of windsurfer Gene Gerner, who ran into trouble on Bellingham Bay.
Kathy's sculpture is featured in Fairhaven "Green Art" show
Philadelphian Enjoys Pacific Rim
No more quick dinners in Chinatown. Goodbye wage tax and outrageously expensive car insurance bills. The Philadelphia folk festival is a distant, humid memory. New Pacific Northwest resident Kathy Sheehan has discovered the sublime tradeoffs of her 3,000-mile move.