In the race for commissioner of Whidbey General Hospital, voters have three very different candidates from which to choose.
In the interest of transparency and the clarification of articles in the Whidbey News-Times and the South Whidbey Record based on a complaint by the Washington State Nurses Association against Whidbey General Hospital, I write this letter.
While Martha Yount has shown the ability and expressed the desire to be mayor, breadth of experience matters, and we think Jim Campbell and Bob Severns are the candidates with the background in city government needed in the mayor’s office.
We asked five people: where on Whidbey Island would you take a visitor?
Oak Harbor city leaders will soon be making some big decisions about the sewage treatment plant, and they need to hear from the public more than ever.
When the state’s duly elected auditor disappears while in office does anyone notice beyond the shadow of the Capitol dome?
After years and years of on-again, off-again relations, quiet grumbling and likely more than a few private fantasies of more financially profitable partnerships, Port of Coupeville commissioners this week unexpectedly and coldly cut ties with the Greenbank Farm Management Group.
It’s no secret that the rising cost of tuition at state colleges and universities has made it increasingly hard for high school graduates in Washington state to take the next step in their education.