Democrats are trying to sort out what went wrong in the election and why the presence of Initiative 594 on the ballot didn’t motivate more of their voters to turn out.
The board of Island Transit needed to find someone with an unblemished history to lead the beleaguered agency, even if only on an interim basis.
With the return Friday of Electronic Warfare Squardon 134, the Garudas, the last of the EA-6Bs currently on deployment from Whidbey Island Naval Air Station are back home.
There is a new look to Bavarian tourism these days.
Over the past week, I met with dozens of veterans at roundtables and other events across Northwest Washington.
Around the state there are still votes to be counted and races to be decided, but here are a few takeaways from Tuesday’s election.
The new head of Island Transit should come without baggage.
A smart group of ordinary folks, entrusted to advise state lawmakers on the merit of tax breaks, has a suggestion regarding the jumbo incentives enjoyed by the Boeing Co. and the rest of the aerospace industry:
On the front page of today’s Whidbey News-Times is an article about an Oak Harbor man, Daniel Raavel, who was hit so hard in the head while he slept it literally left him with an gaping, oozing hole. One has to wonder how he survived.