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Graduates, you alone will determine your success. Sometimes that will come with support from others, but it may also be in spite of those who lack faith in you.
Filing Week is an opportunity to put democracy to work and ensure the voters have a choice come Election Day.
Voting for Best of Whidbey 2016 is under way. The annual contest is a fun and engaging way for readers of the Whidbey News-Times to pick their favorite businesses, foods, drinks, people and more.
These past few months, the Whidbey News-Times and its sister newspaper, The South Whidbey Record, saw unprecedented subscriber growth at a time when many newspapers across the country are battling just to hang on to subscribers.
It’s unfortunate that some military families earn so little that they qualify for help through the Women Infants and Children’s program, or WIC.
The Trump train has been chugging along for months, spewing idiotic and, sometimes, vitriolic remarks that leave one scratching their head.
Last week’s storm was a reminder of just how important it is to people to remain connected during trying times. As the winds slammed the island Tuesday, peaking at 55 mph at Whidbey Island Naval Air Station, trees toppled onto power lines and into roads.
For 125 years, the Whidbey News-Times has covered the news and events of importance to its readers.
When you don’t agree with another person’s opinions, it can be a bitter pill to swallow. But nobody ever said freedom of speech was always palatable.
The Whidbey News Group’s annual Best of Whidbey Readers Choice Awards is off to a strong start.
This is a milestone year for the Whidbey News-Times.
During the past several weeks, I’ve had some interesting and enlightening conversations with a few key people in the community, both on North and Central Whidbey.
On the front page of today’s Whidbey News-Times is an article about an Oak Harbor man, Daniel Raavel, who was hit so hard in the head while he slept it literally left him with an gaping, oozing hole. One has to wonder how he survived.
Reporters and editors often half-jokingly remark amongst themselves that they don’t become journalists for the money.
It’s been two months since we launched the metered system on the Whidbey News-Times website, and the initial results brought exciting news.
Whether the rusty, barnacle-encrusted anchor gingerly raised from the swift waters off of Whidbey Island is truly a relic of Captain George Vancouver’s expedition remains to be seen. Nonetheless, the anchor’s recovery is a story of dedication, determination, mystery and adventure. In summary, it contains all of the elements of an engaging story.