Articles from the March 20, 2019 edition

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Editorial denying bias biased

Dear Editor: Your March 13 editorial denies political bias in publishing a biweekly column by state Reps. Lekanoff and Paul, saying this was done “not to promote their views but to update citizens on their legislators’ activities and thi...

 
 By Bill Reynolds    News    March 20, 2019

La Conner Math Night covers all the angles

Math Night at La Conner Schools was sum-thing special. Sixth graders through high school seniors showed their “mathological sides” – which often and fittingly took the shapes of triangles and...

 
 By Bill Reynolds    News    March 20, 2019

Ryan Booth wins Fulbright scholarship

Ryan Booth will soon have the rare opportunity to both study and make history at the same time. This after the La Conner High alum, now a doctoral candidate at Washington State University, was selecte...

 

First daffodil cut: Friday, March 15

IF IT’S MARCH, DAFFODILS ARE HARVESTED – Friday was the fi rst day Jose Partida’s 81 person crew was cutting stems in the Washington Bulb Company’s (RoozenGaarde)’s 35 acre fi eld on McLean...

 
 By Bill Reynolds    News    March 20, 2019

Ramon Hayes will run again for mayor

Much has happened in La Conner over the past dozen years, from completion of the popular waterfront boardwalk to a series of major street and infrastructure upgrades to creation of new public...

 
 By Ken Stern    News    March 20, 2019

More Growlers coming to Whidbey base

The Navy will bring 36 EA- 18G Growler aircraft to Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, it announced March 14. It published its record of decision, committing to following the preferred alternative identified in the Environmental Impact Statement...

 
 By Ken Stern    Opinion    March 20, 2019

Fridays for the future, everyday

La Conner students attended their classes last Friday. That’s not news. Better had they made news by taking to the streets and demanding their elders make news by seriously acting on the dire condition our planet is in. Maybe next time La Conner stud...

 
 By Ken Stern    News    March 20, 2019

County election office gets funds, breathing space

The Skagit County elections office will get additional funds from the commissioners, more fully supporting the operations for the time and training needed to prepare what is predicted to be a high voter turnout for the 2020 presidential election. At...

 
 By Bill Reynolds    News    March 20, 2019

Time travel returns to Skagit Historical Museum

Just a couple weeks after moving clocks forward an hour, folks at the Skagit County Historical Museum in La Conner are poised to set in motion the long path to 2069. Reversing the process that unfolded in December, when a time capsule embedded at...

 
 By Lori Buher    Opinion    March 20, 2019

Preparation key opening college doors

Far from the hustle and bustle of the big city, our La Conner seniors are finalizing their post-graduation plans. While acceptance letters and emails have been delivered, families still await confirmation of financial aid before they will be able to...

 

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