Former Island Transit chief getting $106,000 payout

Members of the Island Transit board listen to a team from the Washington State Auditor’s Office during an exit conference Friday morning. From left are Island County Commissioner Aubrey Vaughan, Coupeville Councilman Bob Clay and Langley Councilman Jim Sundberg. - Jessie Stensland/Whidbey News-Times
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Reports by the Washington State Auditor’s Office puts blame for financial problems at Island Transit squarely at the feet of its five-member board of directors.

Coupeville falls in final seconds | Football

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It was thrilling. It had big plays and critical mistakes. I had gutsy calls and poor decisions. It had bone-crunching tackles and whiffed blocks. It had timely precision and dropped passes. But, however you add it up, what ever equation you use, it stills equals a loss for the Coupeville High School football team.

Bravo for Oak Harbor's classy gesture | Column

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The Wildcats were scheduled to host Marysville Pilchuck on Friday night in a game that would have decided the Wesco 3A North Division title.

Whidbey’s first marijuana store opens doors Friday

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Whidbey Island saw its first legal sale of recreational marijuana Friday.

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