Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. The second best way is by phone 360.378.3748.
435 Argyle Avenue Suite C. It is the third office, San Juan Community Home Trust has the reception area and Suite A. 435 is at the end of the same building that houses the fitness club. Our office is by the driveway next to Etta Egelund's old house. Eventually we'll hang a sign up.
Email email@example.com. The editor, Sharon Kivisto, is the only one who opens that email and if you ask to remain anonymous your identity will not be divulged.
We used to post stories between midnight-2 a.m. for the next day, but got tired of reading them on other websites the next morning. Now most of the news for the day is posted by 7 a.m. with other stories added later in the day depending on what is happening.
A couple of reasons: It's a way for people to find a user for stuff that's still good, but they might not have bothered trying to sell if they had to pay to run an ad. A lot of things have found new homes through the classifieds and lost and found items have made their way back to their owners. Also the free classifieds are a good way to bring traffic to the site.
If your birthday appeared in the past, most likely it is on the master list and will show up. If you'd like us to check the list to see or it you'd like us to add your name or someone else's name email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Or you can submit it yourself by clicking this link.
We were posting anniversaries from our list, but messed up a couple of times and posted a few for couples who were no longer together. Our new policy is we'll post milestone ones, including a photo if you'd like. Send to email@example.com
Our sports editor cutback on his hours, he does have a full-time job in addition to what he does for San Juan Islander. This year with the new website configuration, we hope to have interns who are sports fanatics and like to write who can help fill in our coverage.
A reader wanted a way to help support SJI and the virtual subscriptions were born. For $25 a year, subscribers are added to the list and when breaking news happens a news update is sent to them.
We depend on revenue from advertisements and virtual subscribers. If you don't have a business or event to advertise, you might purchasing an an ad which would provide publicity for a non-profit and revenue for SJI. Donations are also always welcome. SJI is not a non-profit so donations are not tax-deductible.
She is a reporter for Washington News Service, a statewide news service for Washington.
The variety - you never know what is going to happen from one day to the next - and the opportunity to do something that could make a difference to the community or to an individual.
People asking for publicity for their event - which we are happy to do - and then watching as they spend their entire advertising budget with the competition is a bit much. A gallon of gas costs the same for us as it does for the guys that work for the big corporation :)