VIEWPOINT | There was more to the story

  • May 25, 2016 at 6:00AM

Thanks to The Record for the recent article about the Break Free event in Anacortes. I am aware of at least 27 persons from South Whidbey who were in attendance. This event, sponsored by Break Free From Fossil Fuels, is best described as a three-day conference/celebration/protest. Most widely reported was the protest occupation of the railroad track east of Anacortes refineries along Highway 20 by 150 people who camped, parked a van, and erected a scaffold over these tracks which serve the two Anacortes refineries.


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Five qualify for girls, boys golf state championships | FALCON GOLF

  • May 21, 2016 at 4:00PM

It was the kind of shot South Whidbey junior boys golfer Ian Saunsaucie hoped for all season. And it earned him a berth to the class 1A state championships.

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