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He hadn’t worked at Penn Cove Shellfish in a few years, but Phil Harris was still considered family at the company. And that family was… Continue reading
Charles and Ruth Hammer have never seen anything like the feeding frenzy taking place on the back porch of their Coupeville home this winter. Hummingbirds… Continue reading
It’s not uncommon for Roberta Piercy to be on the water six days a week. That devotion recently landed the Coupeville resident a spot on… Continue reading
It looks more like a motorcycle helmet, is lighter weight, offers a reduced profile and improved balance. But there’s one barrier standing in the way… Continue reading
Sometimes, strength can come from unexpected sources. Crystal Aguilar, the unit director of the Coupeville Boys &Girls Club, has found on more than one occasion… Continue reading
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 Coupeville School Board. All eyes were on Boado, a Coupeville High School junior,… Continue reading
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 about running for Central Whidbey Fire &Rescue commissioner. She had worked as an… Continue reading
Robert Gartley and his family members own roughly 80 acres of forested land on North Whidbey. When it came time to set up a forestry… Continue reading
A Coupeville merchant is recovering after passing out and falling from scaffolding along Front Street in Coupeville last week. Larry Vail, who owns the Vail… Continue reading
The Pacific Northwest Art School is inviting the public to attend its 30-year anniversary celebration and silent auction Saturday night. The event is the major… Continue reading
Although the windstorm that was forecasted to wreak havoc on Whidbey Island last month didn’t amount to much, it still managed to wipe out the… Continue reading
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, there seemed little point in relinquishing his spot too quickly. Around him was… Continue reading