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He hadn’t worked at Penn Cove Shellfish in a few years, but…
Charles and Ruth Hammer have never seen anything like the feeding frenzy…
A Coupeville man perished Friday night in the third house fire in…
It’s not uncommon for Roberta Piercy to be on the water six…
It looks more like a motorcycle helmet, is lighter weight, offers a…
Sometimes, strength can come from unexpected sources. Crystal Aguilar, the unit director…
A special showing of “Lost & Found” will take place at The Clyde in Langley Dec. 27, including an appearance by the movie’s producer and director.
Central Whidbey fire district proposes bond to expand station, replace three aging apparatus
Laurence Boado admitted it was a little nerve-racking fielding questions from the…
Fire commissioner has spent three decades bringing joy to a community
The Santa Mobile, orchestrated by Central Whidbey Fire & Rescue, will start its first of seven routes through Central Whidbey beginning Dec. 5.
John Luvera honored for his role as educator at Island County Juvenile Detention Center
Cheryl Engle remembers how puzzled she felt when Paul Messner asked her…
Robert Gartley and his family members own roughly 80 acres of forested…
A Coupeville merchant is recovering after passing out and falling from scaffolding…
Although the windstorm that was forecasted to wreak havoc on Whidbey Island…
The Pacific Northwest Art School is inviting the public to attend its…
Jim Shank, the superintendent of the Coupeville School District, reported a 93.5 percent graduation rate by the Class of 2016 at Monday night’s school board meeting.
A rear-end accident in Coupeville left one woman aching from back pain last week. But it was the loss of a horse that left everyone shaken.
Dave Caffarel made himself right at home, finding the couch so cozy,…
A new program at Coupeville High School is designed with the intention of teaching students living and working skills.
Rognan doesn’t sweat the small things anymore. She’s learned to look at life differently and live more simply — in her case, in the comfort of a small cabin on a farm.
Five days after she, her boyfriend and her daughter escaped a terrifying house fire, Ardus Wertz was still trying to process what they had gone through. Too much reflection brought on tears.
Residents of Coupeville’s Terry Mobile Park awoke to one of the worst imaginable scenarios early Thursday morning — the sound of a screaming child inside a burning building.
The tall crane that’s been hovering over the Coupeville ferry landing in recent weeks is part of a seismic retrofit project designed to bring the structure up to standards in the event of a large earthquake.
Roughly 80 people gathered on the Coupeville wharf last Friday to celebrate the new marine exhibit inspired by Jan Holmes.
It can be tricky enough at times overseeing a school district of nearly 1,000 students and seeing policy carried out on two different school campuses.
It can be easy to lose your head on the set of Z Nation. Jodi Binstock normally leaves that to the actors who play zombies on her television series. But this week it was Binstock, the show's producer, who nearly lost her head when she stood above the gun emplacements at Fort Casey State Park and soaked up the surroundings.
While driving home to Coupeville along State Highway 525 one afternoon last month, Chris Tyau could see a bike rider climbing a hill in the distance and felt a strange premonition.
Administrators with the Coupeville School District are excited to see continued enrollment growth this year, but at the same time, are still looking to fill a teaching void.
As far as Joan McPherson is concerned, nothing detrimental is going to happen to the Haller House.
Three new interpretive panels were unveiled, telling the story of a decades-long fight to preserve the historic farmscape in this part of Coupeville, leading to the creation of Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve in 1978 — the first historic reserve in the country.
Although school doesn’t officially start until Tuesday, Sept. 6, it felt like it started Monday for Stefanie Ask and the others, who were introduced then listened to Superintendent Jim Shank talk about Coupeville schools.
After firefighters left his property Sunday afternoon, Bruce Silvia remained next to the charred shell of his house, still trying to come to grips with what happened.
A private fishing boat that grounded near Monroe Landing last month spilled less than five gallons of diesel into Penn Cove.
The Coupeville School District will welcome six new teachers, one new administrator and at least 66 new kindergartners when classes start Sept. 6.
An autopsy confirmed that the body of the man found in waters off Whidbey Island Saturday was the person who jumped from a ferry near Coupeville Thursday night.
Fishing for chinook salmon closed last Friday in the waters of Admiralty Inlet, the last remaining area around Whidbey that was open to salmon fishing.
Ken Green was among a throng of contractors who came to either watch or compete in the first belt sander racing event at Frontier Building Supply’s Coupeville store last Friday.
According to emergency response records in Island County, 31 accidents have occurred in the last five years at that intersection. There have been five collisions so far this year. Two accidents over the years have resulted in fatalities.