Letters to the Editor
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In his perspective “refuting concerns about Wi-Fi” (Leader, July 31), retired physicist Bill Kaune points to safety guidelines set by the FCC assuring us that electromagnetic radiation … more
Mr. Kaune recently stated in “Perspectives” (Leader, July 31), “My opinion is that the current EMR safety guidelines in the U.S. are based on solid science and protect us from … more
Christine Cribb’s letter (Leader, July 24) shows an egregious lack of knowledge, and what appear to be purposefully misleading statements and name-calling. She cites a total of “nearly … more
This is in response to Christine Cribb’s letter of support for the growlers (Leader, July 24). Reading her letter, one would think that she is talking about noisy truck traffic or other … more
In the July 24 issue, the Leader’s Question of the Week was: “Do you support the move of Rhody Fest to the county fairgrounds?” First of all, I’ve been around so long I can … more
Excellent editorial about democracy and open access in last week’s Leader. Control of information is highly suspicious and is often used to mislead people into accepting a position the … more
“Allmain said he believes the publication of his dog’s story was a bid by Center Valley to bolster donations and rally people against him ... (Leader, July 10)” Really?! Center … more
Yesterday I learned that my insurance carrier is offering me a 5% to 30% discount on the coverage for my cars if I install, for three months, a device that tracks my every move and delivers it to … more
This is a thank you to the several people who came to my aid last Thursday after I took a tumble on Tyler Street, across from Aldrich’s. I don’t know your names, but after your loving … more
It’s a sign of dysfunction that 15 years have passed since city council last took serious action on our perennial parking problem. Even then, the easy recommendations were the only ones adopted … more
  The mission of The Greater Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce is to serve and promote the business interests of greater Whidbey Island. We cannot imagine a more worthy cause than supporting the … more
On June 29, I had the privilege of attending the dedication ceremony for the opening of the Chetzemoka Trail, an interpretive path celebrating the life and important places of Chief Cicmehan, leader … more
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