Editor, After reading Maryon Attwood’s latest letter to the Whidbey News-Times, I thought that maybe Sound Publishing might be interested in hiring her as a stringer writer. This way she could make sure that informative and correct information concerning the Navy and other military components would be fully vetted to the public.
Island Transit is pleased to report it is in the midst of executing a recovery plan after having survived serious financial challenges that require significant reductions in bus service in July and September 2014.
George Churchill is lucky to be alive. After spending six months in the hospital following a serious car accident last year, Churchill says his recovery is amazing and his wife says he is a miracle.
Good deeds — big or small — can have a significant impact.
Congressman Rick Larsen will hold a town hall meeting in Coupeville at the end of the month.
After much wrangling, legislation signed into law by President Barack Obama funds an additional 15 Boeing EA-18G Growlers in the 2015 fiscal year budget.
As Robert Glein realized he could no longer care for his heritage garden on his property in Marysville the way he had grown accustomed, he wanted to be sure they would be preserved and enjoyed by others after he was gone.
In the political crevice between “hail Mary” and “hell no” could be found the state House Finance Committee on March 13 sitting in judgment of an attempt to rewrite a 25-year agreement between the state and its largest private employer, the Boeing Co.
I received an email Feb. 17 from a man who writes for the website truthout.org In his email, the writer complained about a letter to the editor in which his writing about the Navy on Whidbey Island was criticized by a newspaper reader.
During the past several weeks, I’ve had some interesting and enlightening conversations with a few key people in the community, both on North and Central Whidbey.