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"After years of being run by the Island County Commissioners, the Island County Health Department's governing board may get some new, mecially savvy members"
"Advises Island County and its health department on public health care needs. Site includes meeting times, topics, along with links to other sites with health information, census data and other public info."
"A $136,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice will give Oak Harbor police a chance to study the causes of school crime and violence this year. The hope is that by getting involved early, tragic school shootings that have happened elsewhere in the country will never happen here."
"Concern over state money casts chill on building plans, even though local voters agreed last year to raise their sales taxes to pay for it."
"Whidbey Island, through 911 calls"
Complicated world can lead to predictable problems
"Statistical profiles, job links and more from the Washington State Employment Security Office."
"Enlisted man drives wife's body to Whidbey Island Naval Air Station's main gate, apparently after she was strangled to death, officials say."
"A view of Whidbey, through the records of 911 calls"
"There's a wealth of information on this website, run by the island's only public hospital, including info on hospital services, images from disagnostic imaging, surgical services, business services and more. Check the employment page for opportunities, and the News section for the latest health news."
See how students in the Oak Harbor and Coupeville districts did on their state assessment tests last fall
"Info on volunteering, community education, district contracts, teacher web pages, bus schedules and more."
Info on school programs and individual schools within the Oak Harbor School District.
"Includes an online newsletter and local calendar of events for Freeland, the service hub of South Whidbey"
"Your link to the Oak Harbor city departments, information and documents."
Links to our local Navy base and to the military in general
The state Department of Transportation's plans for Whidbey's future
Information on the Whidbey Island business climate
Associated Press News Link
"Even though the United States Supreme Court says they can, Island County and any other Washington law enforcement officers still cannot search passengers in automobiles during traffic stops except in the rarest of circumstances."