Coupeville


Firefighter’s legacy on Whidbey still felt today

Robert Spinner, 50, a founding member of Whidbey Island Professional Firefighter’s Association,…

Port director gets $10K benefits hike

After approximately two months on the job, Port of Coupeville Executive Director…

Port wants public’s help with comp plan update

Port of Coupeville is asking the public for input as it updates…

Field School celebrating 10 years with focus on Pratts

The public has an opportunity to help preserve a bit of Central…

Lighthouse beacon turning again after 14 years

A piece of history is back in working order at Admiralty Head…

Online rental sites reshaping Whidbey’s lodging industry

Every September, Whidbey Island Center for the Arts officials are faced with…

Town road plan includes overlay projects this year

Town of Coupeville approved its Six Year Transportation Improve-ment plan that highlights…

Lions garage sale this weekend

Unpacking for the annual Coupeville Lions Club Garage Sale is a bit…

Coupeville schools petition state for additional $400k

Coupeville School District is asking the state superintendent’s office for $400,000 to…

Coupeville hires middle school principal

Several staff members are coming and going at the Coupeville School District…

  • Jun 23rd, 2017

Town Council approves new sign code

After months of work and review, Coupeville Town Council last week approved…

Town looking to open 2 percent fund application process

The application process for 2 percent funds will be more open and…

Jacob Ebey House in need of additional volunteers

The docent program at the Jacob Ebey House is in dire need…

  • Jun 20th, 2017

Salute to Coupeville’s Class of 2017

Clay Reilly gave so many hugs after the graduation ceremony at Coupeville…

Fire station tours to give public a glimpse of proposed renovation

Ed Hartin can talk for hours about the improvements that Central Whidbey…

Public invited to ham radio operator’s Field Day June 24-25

Whidbey Island ham radio operators will be among thousands nationwide to switch…

  • Jun 13th, 2017

Permits moving along for school grandstand construction

Coupeville Town Council approved a Conditional Use Permit for the school district…

Coupeville cancer survivor focuses on living life to fullest

She started her speech with an apology. Dawnelle Conlisk was sorry about…

Camp Casey serving up tours of Colonel’s House

On a recent tour of the Colonel’s House, it wasn’t hard to…

Introducing Coupeville High School’s Top 10

Growing up together in a small, rural town, students at Coupeville High…

Out of the ashes, Smith farm operating

On an early afternoon in late May, Alanah Lawrason stood in a…

Town, Lions dedicate renovated kitchen shelter

Members of the community gathered Wednesday to celebrate and dedicate the renovation…

Cove Cafe owner’s menu a mix of passion, creativity

For Michele Lynn, opening The Cove Cafe is as much an adventure…

Captain’s heroics saves Suva from rocks

After a harrowing ordeal Tuesday, Mark Saia arrived home around midnight and…

Town to resubmit grant for community green

Coupeville Mayor Molly Hughes will modify and resubmit an application for a…

Retirements leave Coupeville schools with big void to fill

Dave Ebersole started to count the years in his head then realized…

Memorial Day parade route trimmed in Coupeville

Popularity of Coupeville’s Memorial Day parade has created big concerns for the…

Waterfront association moves into new location

Coupeville Historic Waterfront Association is stretching out in new office space and…

Sun shines on Central Whidbey Hearts & Hammers

On a beautiful Saturday afternoon, a small group gathered at a home…

Friends holding info meeting at Greenbank Farm

Friends of Greenbank Farm will hold a public meeting 2 p.m. Sunday,…

  • May 5th, 2017

Enforcement officers remind clam diggers that Penn Cove beach is closed

A new rule closing shellfish harvesting at a popular Whidbey Island beach…

Town Hall doing some remodeling

Coupeville Town Hall is under construction for the next several weeks as…

Freeland man selected as next port director

Former Whidbey Telecom employee Chris Michalopoulos was chosen as the next executive…

Land trust faces a hairy situation: removal of 100 acres of noxious weed

Crockett Lake is known for attracting an array of bird species, making…

Coupeville Elementary to hold kindergarten parent information night

Coupeville Elementary School is holding a kindergarten parent information night this month.…

  • May 2nd, 2017

Town addresses noise complaints at Rec Hall

The Town of Coupeville is working to address complaints about noise coming…

Zoning may be key to Coupeville’s A-frame work around

Coupeville Town Planner Owen Dennison came up with an idea to use…

Coupeville starts search for middle school principal

The Coupeville School District is looking for a new principal to lead…

Coupeville community set to celebrate Boyles’ life April 29

When Bennett Boyles became ill last spring, the Coupeville community rallied to…

Port finally settles on tenant lease rates

At least one more tenant plans to leave Greenbank Farm after learning…