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I have read the numerous Letters to the editor regarding the gravel pit.
Well gee, Mr. Eyman paid himself for helping the rest of us try to get our high taxes down to a liveable level.
I have owned a home in Dugualla Bay since 1989, and would like to address the issue of noise levels in our area;
A 30-year-old Camano Island man who was caught walking naked around the Stanwood Cinemas last fall appeared in court Friday to answer to a charge of growing pot.
This week, we took stock of the tall trees waving in the cold wind under a heavily clouded sky, and decided it was a day for a pity party.
Neighbors reacted with concern this week to an effort by the North Whidbey Parks & Recreation District to tidy up some property it owns in the Hillcrest neighborhood just outside Oak Harbor.
Losses lower than usual, Sauter says
A commissioner’s seat is open on the board of the North Whidbey Park and Recreation District, though Director Jim Shulock said he hopes to have the position filled at the next regular meeting on Feb. 19.
District action starts Feb. 16 at Mountlake Terrace
Keystone gets off easy, San Juans hit hardest
I have come to understand that sometimes we experience good things in our lives because we make them happen
Sonny Starks’ Soundoff (News-Times, Jan. 26) would have you believing Dave’s Music is actively trying to corrupt the youth of North Whidbey Island in order to make a profit.
While I believe that the attack on Afghanistan was justified and has proven to have been the right decision, I am concerned now that the president is beginning to act like an American Caesar about to lead us on an “American crusade” (his term) to eliminate all evil most of which will be directed against Muslims.
During the past few weeks local media have provided extensive coverage on the case of a 13-year-old sexually aggressive child. The boy was recently released from a state institution and placed in a local, temporary foster home while a permanent home was sought.
Enough, Whidbey News Times!