I’ll wager that you didn’t know May was “Community Action Month.” That’s our fault. While community action agencies like the Opportunity Council are working to build stronger, healthier communities for all people, all across the country, we rarely take the time to tell people about it.
Whether it’s national politics or local news, people on Whidbey Island are clearly engaged.
Question of the Week: What do you think of the new law that will allow people to salvage and eat road kill?
Filing Week is an opportunity to put democracy to work and ensure the voters have a choice come Election Day.
Anne Tarrant is leaving her position as president of the Whidbey General Hospital board at a busy time. Construction is underway on the new wing.
Island County Board Commissioners will soon consider whether to follow a Law and Justice Council recommendation to put a $2.6-million law-and-justice measure on the ballot. The commissioners should allow voters to decide.