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"Local governments, social service agencies say every person counted is worth $800 a year to them"
1960s spy plane was one step removed from space travel
Statewide results from Washington's Feb. 29 presidential primary
Coupeville's girls win their first state tournament game ever before falling in the late rounds. See sports for the full wrap-up.
"Grants will pay for $200,000 worth of work; property owners will pay nothing"
"State says a new bridge is not in the cards, so mass transit and telecommuting may be keys to preventing gridlock on island roads"
Island County leads the pack in getting Welfare recipients back into the workforce
Commissioners now call lawyer a planner; ink contract to ease around judge's protest
Up to 10 cases confirmed in Oak Harbor so far this season; infants and children most at risk
"State's primary system is pretty useless, all in all"
Click on today's business section for a wrap-up of Island County's performance in the drive to get welfare recipients back in the job market.
Arrest numbers are down. But is it from fewer officers or a more careful public?
Good planning should go to the dogs
Friends say Bill and Janet Davids were on last leg of their permanent move here
For February and March
District currently spends less on each student than any other district in the state
"Island life, as seen through emergency reports"
"Oak Harbor, one of the cities in the state hardest hit by Initiative 695, might be joining other cities in a lawsuit that challenges its constitutionality and asks for a legal clarification of the controversial law."
Olympic View Elementary is shut down as police swarm area
"The oldest Navy enlisted housing in Oak Harbor appears destined to become some of its newest. Victory Homes, a collection of 198 small houses situated on a knoll above Skagit Valley College, will be demolished and replaced as part of a two-year project."