Bankrupt grocery chain Haggen on Tuesday postponed the auction of its 33 core stores until Feb. 11.
For the 11th year in a row, Whidbey Avenue Dental Care is offering one day of free dental care to anyone who cannot afford it.
Scott Yonkman is a modest guy. Though the Building Industry Association of Washington in November named him one of its two Builders of Year for 2015, he is quick to credit his 10-person office for the success.
Tickets are still available for the first-ever Coupeville Chocolate Walk, which is Saturday, Feb. 13.
Dr. Michele Gasper has joined the staff of Oak Harbor’s Pediatric Associates of Whidbey Island.
Downtown Oak Harbor gained a new restaurant when Riverside Cafe, serving a large menu of American food including breakfast all day, opened last month at 705 Southeast Pioneer Way. It replaced Valle Azul.
The Coupeville Chamber of Commerce and The Whidbey Examiner invite you to spend Saturday, Feb. 13 enjoying all the sweet things local merchants have to offer during the first ever Coupeville Chocolate Walk.
Oak Harbor-area’s unemployment rate in November dropped slightly, to 5.4 percent, from 5.6 percent in October, according to figures released last week by the state’s Employment Security Department.
Mandy McKenzie, L.P.N., has been appointed the new executive director of HomePlace Memory Care, an Oak Harbor residential facility for people with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and other forms of memory loss.
Oak Harbor residents pay an average of $240 per year for renters’ insurance — about 4.5 percent less than the statewide average, according to a study released last week by ValuePenguin, a New York-based consumer-finance website.
It’s Saturday afternoon and Bouncin’ is, well, bouncing. The fun center is wall-to-wall inflatable, primary-colored bouncy house heaven. Dozens of kids crawl commando-style through obstacle courses, fling themselves down slides and, of course, bounce like crazy.