About Skagit Publishing Company
mxzg360.com is produced by Skagit Publishing Co., which publishes the daily Skagit Valley Herald, the weekly Anacortes American, Fidalgo This Week, The Argus and Courier-Times, and various specialty publications including the monthly Skagit Business Pulse and Northwest Washington Arts & Entertainment. Content from all of those publications are featured on mxzg360.com.
Skagit Publishing Co. is a family-owned company headquartered in Mount Vernon, WA. Skagit Publishing Co. also has a controlling interest in Pioneer Newspapers (www.pioneernewspapers.com), a Seattle-based company with daily and weekly publications in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Utah. Click to visit our company website (www.skagitpublishing.com)
Skagit Publishing Co. subscribes to a consistent list of principles that serve as the company's core values:
- We will provide credible and compelling information and services to our customers and a forum for debate for the community.
- We will remain an independent, family-owned company.
- We value fairness and veracity in our relationship with employees and will provide them with an opportunity for growth.
- We will constantly improve our products and services through innovative approaches to how we conduct our business.
- We value honesty and integrity in all of our business dealings.
- We will strive to improve the quality of life in our communities.
Goanacortes.com is your source for Anacortes news, offering fresh and frequent stories, blog commentary, updates and calendar listings focused solely on Fidalgo Island and the greater Anacortes community.
The site is produced by the staff of the Anacortes American - the weekly community newspaper that has been serving Anacortes for more than 120 years. Just like the American, goanacortes.com "speaks Fidalgo."
Goanacortes.com is managed by the news staff at the Anacortes American.
About Stanwood Camano News
We are the ink-stained, pen-scratched, broadsheet-ed, 122-year-old weekly newspaper for Stanwood and Camano Island. We circulate to 4,000 people who turn our pages for politics, news, features, high-school sports and slices of humanity.
We are community journalism with the boundaries pushed. The prose refined. We are hungry to be different, to be professional, to be better than we were last week. Because our pages might go from shop box to recycle bin to fire starter, but the stories remain. They drive our presses. They are all that matter.
Stories are why we keep scribbling notes and scrubbing facts and typing copy, chasing glimmers of capital-T truth.
When you un-crease an issue, we want you to learn about the city, county or state, sure, but we also want you to learn something about yourself.
NEWS: This is what it means to be human.