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Though Oak Harbor School District is still the state-recognized name, the district is now going by Oak Harbor Public Schools.
When the Oak Harbor Public Schools District asked voters to approve a levy in 2013, they did so promising to meet certain needs of the district.
A group of Oak Harbor High School girls will get a chance to learn about the currently male-dominated fields of science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM.
Whidbey General Hospital’s new CEO will earn a base of $279,000 per year with a potential annual bonus of nearly $70,000, according to a contract to be finalized March 9.
Oak Harbor High School’s Drama Club has created a buzz with its latest production, “All My Sons.”
Oak Harbor High School’s culinary program is now recognized as one of the top 50 high school hospitality programs in the country.
There are a few degrees of separation between competitive and recreational swimmers at Oak Harbor’s John Vanderzicht Memorial Pool.
No one was injured when a car went into a ditch near the corner of Penn Cove and Monroe Landing roads Wednesday morning.
Hillcrest Elementary School in Oak Harbor is working toward becoming a green school, and it’s well on its way.
Oak Harbor School Board will look a little different after its Jan. 26 meeting.
The Whidbey General Hospital board of commissioners delayed the selection of the top candidate for the CEO position Friday.
After 50 years, the Head Start program will be celebrating the important things: the people who have helped make the program a success and, more importantly, the people who have been successful in the program.
North Whidbey Fire and Rescue is adding a familiar vehicle to its fleet.
For the fourth year, the three Soroptimist International groups on Whidbey Island are teaming up to help raise funds and awareness for women’s heart health.
North Whidbey Help House’s “Feed the Need” food drive was a success Monday with more food items brought in than a year ago.
When Bill McDaniel was writing his book, “Faces of the Tsunami,” it wasn’t easy.
Whidbey General Hospital has narrowed to three its field of candidates for chief executive officer.
Comic book conventions and murder mysteries will unite at the Best Western Plus in Oak Harbor. On Jan. 24, the Whidbey Improv Team from the Whidbey Playhouse will be donning caped costumes and seeking truth, justice and the American way during its second-ever murder mystery dinner at Best Western.
For the first time in years, Saratoga Orchestra of Whidbey Island is performing on Central Whidbey. All thanks to new music director and conductor Anna Edwards “Anna, bless her heart, really wants us to be an island-wide orchestra that the whole island supports,” said Roxallanne Medley, concertmaster and a violin player in the orchestra.
Whidbey General Hospital clinics rank among the top three along the Interstate 5 corridor, including Seattle and Bellingham clinics.
The North Whidbey Park and Recreation District will be taking a slightly different approach to finding a new executive director after the current director officially vacates his position.
HomeConnection was in the spirit of the holiday season Wednesday afternoon.
After a second special meeting to address concerns over background checks, the North Whidbey Park and Recreation District commissioners officially approved a proposed swim coach contract.
The chairman of the North Whidbey Park and Recreation District resigned Wednesday, the seventh board resignation in less than three years.
For teacher Matt Young, the opportunity to show artwork to peers and members of the local community is a thrill.
The North Whidbey Park and Recreation District might be looking for a new executive director, just as a contract for the new swim coach is being finalized.
Awarded a grant from the Department of Defense Education Activity, the Oak Harbor School District has a new focus for upcoming school years.
At Crescent Harbor, students are taking a stand on an age-old battle: dogs vs. cats.
Four sixth-grade students at Oak Harbor Middle School know that clean water is a luxury in some parts of the world.
Bremerton crabber Dean Harvey, a member of the S’klallam tribe, disappeared while checking his crab pots Tuesday, Nov. 25.
An unauthorized contract for a swim coach and terms of that deal raised concerns this week for the North Whidbey Park and Recreation District’s board of commissioners.
For bands just starting out, a common obstacle is finding places to perform and places to sleep while touring.
At Oak Harbor Elementary, a group of educators are helping students who are struggling the most.
When it comes to high school competitions, none is quite so delicious as the Student Chef Showdown.
In the aftermath of the Marysville-Pilchuck shootings, the Whidbey Island community is reaching out to help where it can.
Whidbey General Hospital’s Board of Commissioners adopted their legal budget this week.
Cathy Lee Wade’s years as a librarian speaks volumes about her interest.
Downtown Oak Harbor is starting to look like a holiday corridor, thanks to local students.
When Eva Brown got the phone call telling her she was going to be a grand marshal in the Oak Harbor Veterans Day Parade Saturday, Nov. 8 this year, she thought there was some sort of mistake.
At Hillcrest Elementary, one after-school activity is keeping students excited and engaged.