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Whidbey residents may see phone-related changes in the new year. Phone companies…
A Coupeville man brandishing a gun was “a hair’s breadth away” from…
A water sample from a well at a former fire training area…
The Navy is providing bottled drinking water to two homes on Central…
Navy officials are prepared for just about any questions citizens might have…
The Island County coroner ruled this week that a 71-year-old Coupeville man’s…
An anti-noise group is urging residents to take action when it comes…
Navy leaders prefer that all EA-18G Growler aircraft carrier landing practice occur…
Tests to check for chemical in firefighting foam deemed potentially harmful by EPA
Both the Town of Coupeville and the Navy will test the town’s…
The incumbent candidates in state and county races affecting Whidbey Island were…
A phony $20 bill that a woman tried to spend at the…
Garden’s newest challenge is patrolling the mean streets of Coupeville as the new town marshal.
Garden is also a jack of all trades when it comes to the world of first responders. He’s held just about every conceivable position in the sheriff’s office that a commissioned officer can. He’s a captain with the Oak Harbor Fire Department, where he’s worked for 30 years, and an EMT with the hospital. Garden’s newest challenge is patrolling the mean streets of Coupeville as the new town marshal. He started in September.
The Island County sheriff is warning businesses on Whidbey Island to be on the lookout for counterfeit cash.
A trial that is supposed to decide the ownership of a sliver of waterfront property in Greenbank is now delayed.
Island County commissioners this month settled two lawsuits brought by Central Whidbey homeowners affected by a massive 2013 landslide.
Mike Nortier, the director, has been riding bus routes to help him get a feel for both the system and the riders.
Beware Whidbey Island drivers. It’s going to be a busy year for roadwork and next year won’t be any better.
A judge may make a decision this summer on the ownership of a small piece of beachfront property in Greenbank that’s been in litigation for three years.
One of Whidbey Island’s most famous boats made headlines Sunday when it ran aground in the San Juan islands with a troop of Coupeville Boys Scouts aboard.
There’s keen interest in the May 24 presidential primary elected among Island County voters, even though the results are unlikely to effect the race.
The sprawling group of Garcia’s family and friends delivered a message to the judge, to the community and to the angry young man who shot and killed him. Garcia was loved.
An 18-year-old Coupeville woman injured in a possible DUI-related accident Monday morning later died that day at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, the Washington State Patrol reported.
Anyone planning to drive onto the Coupeville-To-Port Townsend ferry in May should make reservations as soon as possible, a Washington State Ferries spokesman warns.
An inmate held in the Island County jail is accused of brutally beating another inmate over an insult, according to court documents.
For the first time in Island Transit’s 29-year history, the agency will begin charging fees this summer — but only on one route.
Members of the Island Transit board unanimously approved a contract Monday that the agency’s attorney, Matt Hendricks, negotiated with Nortier.
A minor earthquake was recorded in the San Juan islands Tuesday morning and was felt as far away as Coupeville.
Mike Nortier, the former commanding officer at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, is one of three finalists for the next director of Island Transit.
The Coupeville ferry dock will be closed for a weekend next fall to make it safer in the event of the Big One.
For the father of a young man who died in Island County jail, a three-county settlement for $4 million really wasn’t about the money. It was about what the money says, the acknowledgement of unconscionable negligence, Coupeville resident Fred Farris explained.
Contractors will be removing about 100 trees along Highway 20 near Coupeville to make room for a future road project, according to the state Department of Transportation.
A 75-year-old Coupeville man died after jumping from Deception Pass Bridge Sunday afternoon, according to Island County Coroner Robert Bishop.
A former captain of the Coupeville High football team pleaded not guilty to raping a teenage girl this week.
Larry Cort, longtime Coupeville resident and former town planner, passed away at his home Oct. 28.
Oak Harbor City Administrator Larry Cort retired as the top non-elected city official last week to focus on his cancer treatments.
A second young Coupeville man was arrested in connection with a July 27 burglary that left a resident paralyzed.
The man who has helped run the Island County Sheriff’s Office since 2007 is leaving.
A judge threw out a lawsuit against two Whidbey real-estate companies over noise disclosures related to aircraft noise Friday afternoon.