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Winter prep preview: Oak Harbor boys basketball
Nov 27 2012, 9:17 AM
Addition through subtraction.
The Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team lost one of the school's most celebrated athletes, Mike Washington Jr., to graduation, but four returning lettermen, each with a different skill set, should help the Wildcats field a more balanced attack this winter.
Winter prep preview: Oak Harbor girls basketball
Nov 27 2012, 9:16 AM
Youth and inexperience, which haunted the Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team the past few years, should not be a problem for the Wildcats this winter as they hope to improve on last season's 3-17 mark.
Winter prep preview: Oak Harbor wrestling
Nov 29 2012, 9:17 AM
If the Oak Harbor High School wrestling team wants to win the Wesco North 3A dual-meet title, it will have to battle through one of the toughest conferences in the state.
Winter prep preview: Coupeville girls basketball
Nov 29 2012, 9:17 AM
The Coupeville High School girls basketball team returns three post players with extensive experience, but the question is, Who will get them the ball?
Man arrested, released in potentially fatal Oak Harbor assault
Nov 28 2012, 12:01 PM
The Island County prosecutor decided not to charge a man who inflicted potentially fatal injuries on 23-year-old Oak Harbor resident Chris Cooper during a Nov. 17 confrontation.
Cooper’s family and friends said they are outraged by the decision, but hold out hope that a case can be made and that Cooper will pull through.
Tree sales go toward Oak Harbor Lions Club projects
Nov 28 2012, 9:34 AM
The holiday spirit and community giving are alive and well near the chamber of commerce office in Oak Harbor.
Hundreds of Christmas trees are stacked in the wooded area next to the Greater Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce’s Highway 20. The conifers are being sold by members of the Oak Harbor Lions Club.
Former Oak Harbor pool staff file intent to sue notice
Nov 29 2012, 10:09 AM
Two former North Whidbey Park and Recreation District employees intend to sue the public entity over, among other things, wrongful termination.
Longtime North Whidbey Aquajets swim coach Neil Romney and administrative assistant Vikki Robinson hired an attorney. North Whidbey Park and Recreation District executive director Bill Walker and the elected board of commissioners were served with a tort claim and a whistle blower complaint last week. The district has 60 days to respond to the allegations.
Deputies guild sues county for public records violations
Nov 27 2012, 4:03 PM
The guild representing deputies with the Island County Sheriff’s Office has filed a lawsuit against the county for allegedly violating the state’s Open Public Records Act and blocking arbitration.
James Cline, the Seattle attorney representing the Island County Deputy Sheriff’s Guild, filed a complaint for contempt, declaratory and injunctive relief and damages in Snohomish County Superior Court Nov. 16. The guild is the exclusive bargaining unit representing commissioned deputies through the rank of lieutenant.
Whidbey winery partnering with Audubons to aid in Whidbey bird research
Nov 27 2012, 4:04 PM
Ott and Murphy Wines is releasing its newest wine, a red named after a local beach on Whidbey Island.
The Mutiny Bay bluff is also the location of two pigeon guillemot nesting colonies.
Access, aquaculture dominate public Island County shoreline hearing
Nov 27 2012, 4:17 PM
After nearly three hours of public comment in Coupeville last week, Island County Commissioners are still not ready to make a decision on a proposed Shoreline Master Program update.
Commissioners continued the second of two public hearings to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 27, after the News-Times went to press, to give citizens one last chance to weigh in on the issue and to give themselves and county staff time to sort through the mountain of suggestions brought before them.