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When completed, Whidbey Animals’ Improvement Foundation’s new building will greatly increase the nonprofit agency’s capacity.
As the Fanbulance honked its way down Coupeville’s Front Street, a crowd of Seahawks fans tailed behind.
Dena Royal said she has eight to 10 people a week come into her store asking to copy documents.
The subtitle of the first chapter of Coupeville author Ardeth de Vries’ new book is, “This is a book about transformation.”
The holidays are busy for many people, but this time of year can also be hard for animals, especially ones that are newly joining a family.
“How many stars do you see in the middle of the handle?” asked Richard Everett, a member of the Island County Astronomical Society, as he pointed to the Big Dipper with a crowd of people gathering around him.