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As Whidbey Coffee continues to expand beyond its traditional market, Dan Ollis remains happy and grateful for the loyalty shown by customers from the coffee company’s namesake island.
A pair of former Oak Harbor High School runners were among the leaders in the Fifth Annual Race the Reserve Saturday, Aug. 1, in Coupeville.
As millions of pink salmon pass by Whidbey Island, anglers try different lures, methods to try to hook into fish known as humpies
Thank you for the Oak Harbor mayoral and Whidbey General Hospital commissioner candidate profiles that were published in the July 22 and July 25 editions of the Whidbey News-Times.
I have read with interest over the years the comments made by some during each election cycle regarding the “Good Ol’ Boy” club and how this organization would run our fair city if allowed to do so unchecked.