Editor, After reading Michael Monson’s latest letter to the editor, I felt an overwhelming need to respond.
Editor, Imagine my surprise to see a classified want ad for a “part-time, next-to-hire” driver for Island Transit in the same edition of the paper with the front page story about Island Transit axing the route to Anacortes/March Point.
Editor, My name is Aaliyah. I’m a 9-year-old girl who goes to Calyx Community Arts School, which is located at South Whidbey State Park.
Editor, Having gone through the fight of keeping Whidbey Island Naval Air Station off the base closure list in the not too distant past, I was overjoyed by the article in Saturday’s paper.
Editor, Last week, Island County Commissioner Jill Johnson attended the Citizens of Ebey’s Reserve workshop examining the health impacts of Growler operations on Oak Harbor residents and, in particular, their children.
Editor, With the recent bad publicity regarding motorcycle gangs, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Riders would like to share some good news.
Editor, I would like to compliment your paper for the great story on Armed Forces Day on May 16. But I can’t, can I? Well, maybe next year.
Editor, I believe that Citizens of Ebey’s Reserve spokesman Michael Monson has a Facebook page called “Eye on Congress District 6 WA.” When I asked about this on the “Eye on Congress District 6” Facebook page, his response was, “Your presumption is unfounded, Isabella Scotts.”
Imagine it is an ordinary day. You are going about your usual routines. You are at work, in a meeting with colleagues when you are approached by strangers who tell you that you must leave with them. They help you gather whatever belongings are within your reach and take you to their car. They assure you that you are safe with them and that they are acting in your best interests.
At 3:30 p.m. on June 6, the Fidalgo Youth Symphony will perform its 2015 Finale Concert in the Oak Harbor High School Student Union Building.
It is my understanding that for the last design meeting (charrette) held on May 6 that 12 Oak Harbor citizens were invited to participate in the process and that they were to represent a cross section of the community.
Many Americans believe that members of Congress want to micromanage peace while they put war on autopilot.
Well, well. Seems the COER has upped the ante in their attempts to close the base. A lawsuit. Honestly, this should be dismissed as frivolous, but we shall see.
I read two articles, or rather one article and one letter to the editor, and the contrast was amazing.
As a person new to the City of Oak Harbor, after living on the south end of the island for several years, I was surprised to read in the newspaper that the Windjammer campgrounds are being closed for possibly three years.
Since the late 1940s, our family has owned and paid taxes on property between Deception Pass and Ault Field
A very successful fundraising lunch was held at Useless Bay Country Club late last month by members of the Trudy Sundberg Lecture planning team.
On May 2 we celebrated a special moment of firsts for Oak Harbor as we crowned Miss Oak Harbor 2015, Dejsha Lollar, along with First Princess, Mara Powers, and Second Princess, Jacalyn Hefflefinger.
Firefighters and the Island County Sheriff’s Office responded to a tragic fire that recently occurred on Bay Front Lane in the Dugualla Community and resulted in the tragic loss of one life.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve had it with teachers right up to here.