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Orcas Issues New and Views  (nick-named “BullWings”) has been informing the Orcas Community daily for over four years.We think the online news service we provide is a daily habit you appreciate  — a new model of “Community Journalism” based on the highest standards of traditional journalism while serving local communities with contributions from the public, as well as from the news service staff and regional “feeds” such as Crosscut.com .

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Read Orcas Issues’ Digests Daily — 1 Comment

  1. Thanks Patty, for pointing this out. We’ve discovered that in an automatic upgrade to our WordPress platform, code was removed allowing the link. So, thanks to Ann Palmer of Techno-Sense, our contracted webmaster, we got it fixed. So please, try again and click away! Thank you,
    Margie Doyle

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