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Several times a year, Naval Air Station Whidbey Island’s Search and Rescue team performs water exercises. Their rescue swimmers leap out of one of the unit’s three MH-60S helicopters.
Back-to-back spring storms pummeled Oak Harbor’s Windjammer Park, eroding beach front and flinging tons of driftwood into the park.
Capt. Geoff “Jefe” Moore is settling into his new role as the skipper of Naval Air Station Whidbey Island.
The real estate agents at Coldwell Banker Tara Properties in Oak Harbor came into work Tuesday morning to a nasty shock.
Broad View talk an eye-opener for kids on how long it takes for trash to break down.
At the Blue Fox Drive-In Theater, you can see a double feature, play some arcade games and — for a limited time — pick up a few free tires.
A driver experiencing a medical emergency caused a crash that sent him and another driver to the hospital Thursday afternoon. The 74-year-old Oak Harbor man was spotted swerving as he drove into town in a silver sedan on Highway 20 around 2 p.m.
The first thing the students want you to know is that it’s NOT about the robots.
In an effort to improve transparency and community involvement, the hospital board at Whidbey General Hospital plans to videotape and post its meetings on its website.
The Navy is taking longer than expected to finish an Environmental Impact Statement on the number of EA-18G Growlers that may be based at Whidbey Island Naval Air Station.
The Navy is taking longer than it expected to finish an Environmental Impact Statement on the number of EA-18G Growlers that may be based at Whidbey Island Naval Air Station.
Franklin Simmons was praying to God and wondering why so many of today’s young people seem lost. It’s then he felt God nudge him toward the answer — use them or lose them.
The site that will become a new 60,000-square-foot wing at Whidbey General Hospital is starting to take shape.
They say a dog is man’s best friend, and for Mark Johnsen, it’s especially true. His 2-year-old golden retriever Andy goes everywhere with him and sleeps at the edge of his bed. The Navy veteran from Camano Island is grateful his friend is OK after a car crash last month that nearly took both their lives.
A sailboat was still beached near the tideline of West Beach Tuesday morning after a boat trip went very wrong last weekend.
Bonnie Patterson wants to make a better life for her children, and she’s willing to put in the hard work to do it.
The Army paid a visit to Coupeville’s Outlying Field this week to practice skills that could save lives here someday.
Nathan Padrta dons his uniform, holsters his gun and heads to work — at Oak Harbor High School. He’s the school district’s new school resource officer. He’s the only Oak Harbor police officer with an office at the high school.
Firefighters Chris Hiteshew, Jesse Bosley, Sam Fain, Gregg Alonzo and Mike King from Navy Region Northwest Fire & Emergency Services were recognized Monday by the Naval Installations Command for saving the life of an Oak Harbor man who fell down an abandoned well.
Congressman Rick Larsen introduced a bill that, if passed, will help get cutting-edge electronic-warfare technology to the Navy and other service branches faster.