On Saturday, Oct. 18, the North Whidbey Lions Club collected peanut butter and jelly for our local Help House.
I want to say thank you to all of those who supported me through my campaign, volunteering and giving up your free time, putting up signs, making donations and walking in the parade with me.
After reviewing commissioner candidate Rick Hannold’s campaign website, I came to the conclusion that he is not ready to assume that position.
Endorsement of Karla Jacks for District 3 commissioner by Aubrey Vaughan was not really a surprise, though the way he went about it was integrity-free.
I am voting for Rick Hannold for Island County Commissioner, District 3, in November.
The gun sale background-check initiative will inconvenience law-abiding gun owners. Getting shot by someone who clearly should not own a gun is inconvenient.
There have been several letters regarding Initiative 594 already published, but none addressed my principal concerns.
There are two statements attributed to me in your recent article that are incorrect.
I was sorry to see the letter to the editor Saturday from former hard-working County Commissioner Mac McDowell.
In Whidbey News-Times’ Oct. 11 coverage of candidate debates, commissioner candidate Rick Hannold was described as doubtful that we should fight climate change.
The November ballots are mailed and I want to remind Island County residents that Karla Jacks is running for Island County Commissioner District No. 3.
Do you have a job in Island County, own a home, enjoy a variety of retail outlets or just appreciate the stable local economy?
Recently it was reported that a 911 hang-up call was made from my North Whidbey residence, which was an apparent anomaly in the system.
I would like to send my deepest thanks to the employees of the Rite-Aid Pharmacy in Oak Harbor for the good counsel and help they gave me when I was in their store about three weeks ago.
I recently became aware of issues concerning the U.S. Navy’s use of the auxiliary airfield outside of Coupeville by a group calling itself Citizens of Ebey’s Reserve, a group that seems to have been created by www.moveon.org
This is a response to John Stone’s Oct. 4 letter to the editor referring to Republicans as “gop-up.”
There are at least two problems that occurred in the office of Island County treasurer that adversely affected island taxpayers.
This letter is not about the contents of Initiative 594, but about tactics used by supporters of this bill.
I take strong exception to Art Huffine’s Sept. 27 letter to the editor.
It is important for the voters of Island County and Washington state to understand the issues surrounding initiatives 591 and 594.