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There’s a new deputy patrolling the not-so-mean streets of Coupeville, but don’t worry: He’s no stranger to the area. Deputy Leif Haugen brings with him… Continue reading
The board for the Port of Coupeville is back to being three again. Greenbank resident Bob Monroig was appointed to fill the vacant District 3… Continue reading
The Coupeville Festival Association awarded more than $31,000 in community grants last week to 10 organizations. Several of this year’s grants went to projects aimed… Continue reading
Results from the Town of Coupeville’s independent testing of its water supply for Navy firefighting chemicals at Keystone and Fort Casey wells came back this… Continue reading
Coupeville Town Council approved a request last week to hire two consultants to review and analyze the Navy’s draft Environmental Impact Statement on jets that… Continue reading
Coupeville may be heading into its quiet season, but things don’t appear to be slowing down for the tourism-driven town. The community is launching a… Continue reading
As people gear up for the holiday season, Coupeville merchants are giving shoppers another incentive to shop locally. The annual Red Ticket promotion began Nov.… Continue reading
The weeks leading up to the firing of Port of Coupeville Executive Director Forrest Rambo were wrought with tension for many of the agency’s staff.… Continue reading
The Coupeville Lions Club has been hard at work since the summer renovating the kitchen shelter at Coupeville Town Park.
Coupeville’s month of Halloween fun is coming to an end this weekend with a grand finale of events.
Port employees say commissioners met outside of a public meeting for nearly two hours last week.
The former interim director of Port of South Whidbey will be moving on up to help the Port of Coupeville.
Employees for the Port of Coupeville say board commissioners met outside of a public meeting for nearly two hours last week.
The former interim director of the Port of South Whidbey will be helping with the other port on the island.
A former Port of Coupeville employee said she resigned this month because the working environment between staff and commissioners became so toxic and hostile that she was concerned for her health.