Central to this growing controversy are the EA-18G jets stationed at NAS Whidbey.
My husband and I moved to Oak Harbor in 1957 and started our business, Quinn Glass.
On Tuesday, Jan. 13, I was appalled and not just a little scared, for there were people walking along State Highways 525 and 20 at about 5:30 p.m. going north on the right side of the road in the dark — two different groups around Houston and Race Roads.
If you were at the sold-out concert for The Saratoga Orchestra on Sunday the 18th, you know what a glorious time it was.
On Jan. 15, Andreas and Lisa Wurzrainer of Christopher’s Restaurant in Coupeville hosted their second annual fundraiser for the Meals 2 Kids program.
We do a disservice to Dr. King, and to ourselves, when we commemorate his life and ignore the prophetic message he left behind.
With a patient’s alleged assault by an administrator, administration’s resistance to a prosecuting attorney’s subpoena and the commissioners’ lack of operational transparency, Whidbey General Hospital has been the subject of numerous local newspaper reports.
The news of recent events on Whidbey Island seems to go from bad to worse.
A voice of concern with possible collateral harm (noise, safety, pollution) by the Navy right here in Western Washington.
I am writing in response to your letter, dated Dec. 18, 2014, in which you stated that I had written you regarding jet noise at OLF Coupeville.
Crazy weather, you say? Freezing in the east, warm and humid here? Floods and landslides are increasing.
Washington state’s legislature convened this week to look at our state’s underfunded education system, our underfunded roads and Gov. Jay Inslee’s curious proposal to address both by making carbon polluters pay.
Oak Harbor Kiwanis Club’s Santa Orange Project was a great success, according to the excited preschoolers, kindergarteners and first-graders of Oak Harbor.
Editor, If you live in Tucson and cannot stand the constant sun and heat, you move. If Fairbanks’ cold is too much, you move.
Editor, I just watched the Port Townsend City Council meeting on Jan. 5, 2014, available online. The council commissioned anti-Navy advocate Karen Sullivan to write a five-page letter challenging every aspect of the current EIS.
Community Transit is planning on installing a high tech frequent service SWIFT bus route from Bothell to Boeing Everett.
This is in response to several letters, and a lot of “sky is falling information.”
On Jan. 9, 2015, Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc., or COPS, and partnering organizations will unite in support of law enforcement officers nationwide to promote a National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.
To the other three people recently fired by Mayor Dudley, I would like to say thank you for your work. I have been told that all of you were excellent, talented workers who have served our city well.