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Oak Harbor football team receives sportsmanship award
Dec 06 2012, 8:36 AM
For the second time in three years, the Oak Harbor High School football team has earned the John Trotto Sportsmanship Award.
Wolves lose more than game | Boys basketball
Dec 06 2012, 9:36 AM
The Coupeville boys basketball team lost 57-25 at University Prep in Seattle Tuesday, Dec. 4, but the mark in the loss column wasn't the only setback.
Oak Harbor handles Snohomish surge | Boys basketball
Dec 06 2012, 9:36 AM
Weathering a third-quarter uprising by host Snohomish, the Oak Harbor High School boys basketball team defeated the Panthers 58-49 Tuesday, Dec. 4.
Wolves hurt by Braves' pressure | Girls basketball
Dec 07 2012, 8:33 AM
La Conner's full court press paid dividends early as the Braves defeated the visiting Coupeville girls basketball team 53-27 Thursday, Dec. 6.
Braves run by Wolves | Boys basketball
Dec 07 2012, 8:48 AM
La Conner outscored the visiting Coupeville High School boys basketball team by double digits in each of the first three quarters to roll to a 74-25 win Thursday, Dec. 6.
Kamiak takes care of 'Cats | Swimming
Dec 07 2012, 8:49 AM
The tables were turned.
After winning every event over Monroe on Monday, the Oak Harbor High School swim was nearly shut out of first-place medals in a 123-56 loss at Kamiak Thursday, Dec. 6.
Wildcats whip Bulldogs | Wrestling
Dec 07 2012, 10:22 AM
After dropping the first two contested weight classes, the Oak Harbor High School wrestling team reeled off seven consecutive wins to topple visiting Mount Vernon 46-24 Thursday, Dec. 6.
Student struck by vehicle in front of North Whidbey Middle School | UPDATED
Dec 07 2012, 2:37 PM
A 13-year-old girl is recovering from injuries sustained after being hit by a pickup truck Friday morning in front of North Whidbey Middle School.
At approximately 7:50 a.m. the girl was walking in a crosswalk across Whidbey Avenue when she was struck.
Island County same-sex couples gather Thursday for new licenses
Dec 08 2012, 9:13 AM
Thirty years ago, Jim Sherman’s life changed forever.
He was working for the state of California and living in a church rectory in San Francisco, Calif., when he was convinced by a friend to attend a spiritual group for gay men.
There he met Michael Ferri.
It wasn’t exactly love at first sight. The two sat next to each other but in a confusing case of mistaken identity, Ferri thought Sherman was involved with a mutual friend and that he had been cheating on him with an anonymous doctor.
Online petition targets Outlying Field near Coupeville
Dec 09 2012, 9:00 AM
An online petition that aims to shut down the U.S. Navy’s Outlying Field on Central Whidbey garnered more than 800 signatures in less than one week.
Launched Saturday, the petition seeks to end all Navy flight operations at the landing strip, particularly touch-and-go maneuvers that are often conducted at night and require repeated approaches.
To find the petition, visit signon.org/sign/citizens-group-to-take?source=c.fwd&r_by=1538397.