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King's adds Wolves to its list of victims | Boys basketball
Jan 10 2013, 11:00 AM
Scoring no more than five points in any one quarter, the Coupeville High School boys basketball team lost to first-place King's 54-16 in Shoreline Tuesday, Jan. 8.
Shorewood's big start, finish stops Wildcats | Girls basketball
Jan 10 2013, 12:02 PM
Shorewood outscored the Oak Harbor High School girls basketball team by a combined 20 points in the first and final periods to stop the Wildcats 58-35 Wednesday, Jan. 9, in Shoreline.
Wildcats pick up another win | Swimming
Jan 11 2013, 8:29 AM
The Oak Harbor High School swim team won its seventh meet in eight tries by downing Cascade 100-83 Thursday, Jan. 10, at Everett's Forest Park Pool.
Oak Harbor comes back for win over Marysville-Pilchuck | Wrestling
Jan 11 2013, 9:02 AM
Down by 10 points half way through its match with Marysville-Pilchuck, the Oak Harbor High School wrestling team won five consecutive bouts to claim a 39-34 win over the visiting Tomahawks Thursday, Jan.10.
Flight operations scheduled at Outlying Field near Coupeville
Feb 14 2013, 11:09 AM
Field Carrier Landing Practice (FLCP) operations for aircraft stationed at NAS Whidbey Island are scheduled to occur at the Outlying Field in Coupeville in the afternoon into the late evening of Tuesday, Feb. 19.
‘Cup o' Joe’ aided in Oak Harbor prowler captures
Jan 16 2013, 10:50 AM
A detective’s decision to buy a cheap cup of coffee led to the apprehension of two men suspected in dozens of car prowls in Oak Harbor.
Last year, three detectives with the Oak Harbor Police Department and the Navy police were investigating more than 50 nighttime vehicle break-ins in Oak Harbor and base housing from September to early December. The suspects stole purses, electronic devices and other items from unlocked cars.
Detective Rob Hofkamp said the detectives had numerous images of the two suspects from store surveillance tapes. The men used stolen credit cards to purchase items at various stores in town, as well as rent DVDs from Red Box.
Oak Harbor mayor wants to look at other firms for design of treatment plant
Jan 11 2013, 2:41 PM
The Oak Harbor City Council will decide next Tuesday whether or not to continue working with an engineering firm that the mayor doesn’t trust.
Among the items on the City Council agenda for the regular meeting is a request to solicit “requests for qualifications” for the design of a new sewage treatment plant, which is estimated to cost $93.5 million. The meeting at City Hall begins at 6 p.m.
Deception Pass State Park wants stage to go with new amphitheater
Jan 11 2013, 2:43 PM
Deception Pass State Park rangers are looking for local groups and individuals interested in helping to build a stage to go with its rebuilt amphitheater.
If possible, they hope to get the project done in time for the summertime celebration of the park system’s centennial.
Park Manager Jack Hartt said he was ecstatic by the work done last year by Oak Harbor Boy Scout Nathan Wagner. Wagner and the volunteers he enlisted tore out the aging amphitheater near Cranberry Lake and rebuilt it from scratch last spring.
Central Whidbey Hearts and Hammers looking for homeowners who need help
Jan 14 2013, 9:01 AM
Cathie Estes lives alone. She’s 68 years old, is legally blind and is confined to a wheelchair.
Life isn’t easy for her. Everyday things, from getting a midnight snack to simply reading the day’s mail, are real challenges. More difficult chores, like cleaning her home’s gutters?
Yet, Estes likely has some of the cleanest gutters on the block. Her house has a fresh coat of paint, she has a new toilet and the thick carpet that once made getting around in her wheelchair a regular nightmare has been replaced by smooth floors.
Contract snafu could extend group’s management of Greenbank Farm
Jan 11 2013, 2:54 PM
A discrepancy with two different contracts could extend the Greenbank Farm Management Group’s agreement with the Port of Coupeville to oversee the publicly owned farm by more than one year.
At issue is the management group’s lease with the port — which expires March 31, 2014 — and the management group’s contract with the then-known state Department of Community, Trade and Economic Development — which is fulfilled at the earliest June 2015.
The state agency, which eventually became the state Department of Commerce, gave the management group a $1.5 million grant in 2003 that funded construction of a new building at the Greenbank Farm. One of the contract clauses states that any buildings constructed using state funds have to be “held and used” by the Greenbank Farm Management Group for a period of at least 10 years from the date the building is occupied, which took place in June 2005.