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Woman charged in December DUI accident on South Whidbey
Mar 15 2013, 3:51 PM
A 34-year-old Federal Way woman’s blood-alcohol level was more than three times the legal limit when she caused an accident on South Whidbey last December that seriously injured three people, court documents state.
Prosecutors charged Danyal L. York in Island County Superior Court March 5 with three counts of vehicular assault and one count of reckless endangerment.
It is important to remember that challenges are part of life | Faithful Living
Mar 15 2013, 4:03 PM
I cleaned out my refrigerator this week. It’s not that I don’t routinely give it a scrub. I clean my fridge when I have a hard time fitting in one more leftover or I discover I’ve purchased a duplicate ingredient. I also clean each time I feel the need to create order in my world, especially when things change without my permission.
Refrigerator cleaning is not high on my list of enjoyable tasks, but I swung into the task with compulsion. I read expiration labels and cleaned off bottles. I wiped the walls and racks so completely they sparkle. Not a crumb or smudge can be found. And with a nod to completeness, I pulled the beast away from the wall and vacuumed away dust bunnies that had been gathering for who knows how long.
Oak Harbor looking at hiring city attorney
Mar 18 2013, 8:53 AM
Oak Harbor may soon gets its fourth city attorney in a little over a year.
The City Council will decide during Tuesday night’s meeting whether to confirm the mayor’s appointment of Bert “Dee” Boughton to the position.
Boughton was the Port Townsend city prosecutor and assistant city attorney until the end of last year when his job was one of 10 eliminated during budget cuts.
Port of Coupeville is justified in questioning access | Editorial
Mar 15 2013, 3:55 PM
Former Port of Coupeville volunteer Rick Abraham is on the defensive this week after port commissioners questioned what he was doing in the port office, accessing records, while the office was closed.
He called their questioning an “unfounded attack.”
Cliff erosion in Coupeville may cost town $260K
Mar 15 2013, 3:50 PM
Steady erosion over the next 50 years may damage portions of Front Street as well as dent the town’s pocket book.
Fixing a problem area of about 400 feet now may cost Coupeville as much as $260,000, according to a town-hired consultant.
Port of Coupeville questions records access
Mar 15 2013, 3:39 PM
Former Port of Coupeville volunteer Rick Abraham defended himself this week against what he called “unfounded attacks.”
“My name, my family’s name is now associated with the words ‘without permission’ and ‘illegal’ and is now part of the Port of Coupeville’s permanent and historical record,” Abraham said during Wednesday’s port commission meeting.
Former employees file suit against North Whidbey Park and Recreation District
Mar 15 2013, 3:45 PM
Two former pool employees filed lawsuits recently against North Whidbey Parks and Recreation District and the executive director.
Bellingham attorney Robert Butler filed the two wrongful-firing lawsuits in Island County Superior Court on behalf of former swim coach Neil Romney and administrative assistant Victoria Robinson.
Port of Coupeville starting search for new executive director
Mar 15 2013, 3:53 PM
The commissioners for the Port of Coupeville are in need for a new director.
The contract for Executive Director Jim Patton expires at the end of the year and he said he has no intention of asking for a renewal.
He has been running the small port district for eight years.
Freeland congregation hosts concert | Art and about
Mar 13 2013, 9:12 AM
The concert, “WING, FIND AIR” will be performed at 7:30 p.m. March 23 at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Whidbey Island in Freeland. Laurie Hungerford Flint, soprano, and Rodney Menn, piano, will be performing the concert celebrating the poetry of song with compositions for voice and piano by composers Debussy, Faure, Poulenc, Laitman and Walker.
Oak Harbor Library features artists' paintings | Art and About
Mar 13 2013, 9:09 AM
Oak Harbor Library is displaying the paintings of artists CAROL DAWES and SHEILA MOHN and photographs by TONI KAY SMITH in March.