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Island County Commissioner Rick Hannold says he doesn’t like using labels But he sure didn’t show it when he criticized those who don’t exactly share… Continue reading
A weather photo of what some suggest looks like a rocket being fired from the northern end of Whidbey Island has generated a fair amount… Continue reading
The motive behind the whole “fake news” narrative is clear, and the intentions, at best, nefarious. By repeating something over and over, some people will… Continue reading
When Langley Mayor Tim Callison sent the South Whidbey Record a $64 bill last week for time a reporter spent interviewing the city attorney in… Continue reading
In 1991, I was the editor who wrote and produced the Whidbey News-Times’ one and only Extra edition. Few people are aware that there were… Continue reading
On Thursday, Jan. 19, we will be publishing the last edition of The Whidbey Examiner, the sister newspaper of the Whidbey News-Times and South Whidbey… Continue reading
In May 1994, I was one of the five people who founded The Whidbey Examiner, a newspaper that was launched to serve the Coupeville and… Continue reading
Former Whidbey News Group co-owner and publisher Wallie Funk received a well-deserved honor this past week. The Washington Newspaper Publisher Association presented a proclamation to… Continue reading
Ever long for the days before the Internet highway came ripping and tearing through our society and into our homes? I do. I know I… Continue reading
Not since my parents vigorously argued over Richard Nixon in 1972 have I seen a presidential race as contentious and divisive as this year’s battle… Continue reading
New www.whidbeynewstimes.com cleaner, easier to read, more mobile friendly
Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour admitting veterans for free Nov. 11
We urge voters to return Johnson to continue the work she has begun
Graduates, you alone will determine your success. Sometimes that will come with support from others, but it may also be in spite of those who lack faith in you.
Filing Week is an opportunity to put democracy to work and ensure the voters have a choice come Election Day.
Voting for Best of Whidbey 2016 is under way. The annual contest is a fun and engaging way for readers of the Whidbey News-Times to pick their favorite businesses, foods, drinks, people and more.
These past few months, the Whidbey News-Times and its sister newspaper, The South Whidbey Record, saw unprecedented subscriber growth at a time when many newspapers across the country are battling just to hang on to subscribers.