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The former interim director of Port of South Whidbey will be moving on up to help the Port of Coupeville.
The Pacific Northwest Art School is inviting the public to attend its…
The weeks leading up to the firing of Port of Coupeville Executive…
Although the windstorm that was forecasted to wreak havoc on Whidbey Island…
Coupeville’s Great Pumpkin Race was greater than ever this year, with more…
With work slated on terminal, no ferries Nov. 5-6 on the Coupeville-to-Port Townsend route
A phony $20 bill that a woman tried to spend at the…
Bring a dish to share, along with your own plates and utensils,…
The repeal of a motion by Port of Coupeville commissioners last week…
The Coupeville Lions Club has been hard at work since the summer renovating the kitchen shelter at Coupeville Town Park.
Jim Shank, the superintendent of the Coupeville School District, reported a 93.5 percent graduation rate by the Class of 2016 at Monday night’s school board meeting.
A rear-end accident in Coupeville left one woman aching from back pain last week. But it was the loss of a horse that left everyone shaken.
Coupeville’s month of Halloween fun is coming to an end this weekend with a grand finale of events.
The 18th annual Community Thanksgiving Day Dinner will be 12-2:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 24 at the Coupeville Rec Hall.
The new Whidbey Volleyball Club has scheduled a pair of parent/player meetings to answer any questions before team tryouts begin.
The Northwest Board of Basketball Officials is seeking members to referee high school and middle school boys and girls basketball.
After finishing the league season undefeated, the Coupeville High School tennis team continued its mastery over conference foes at the Olympic League 1A Tournament Saturday, Oct. 22, in Chimacum.
Klahowya continued its dominance in soccer in the Olympic League, beating Coupeville 4-0 Saturday, Oct. 22, in Silverdale.
Showing no signs of a letdown after being eliminating from playoff contention in its previous game, Klahowya defeated the Coupeville High School football team 45-12 Friday, Oct. 21, in Silverdale.
The Coupeville High School volleyball team clinched the Olympic League title with a 3-0 win at Port Townsend Thursday, Oct. 20.
A 6-2 win at Port Townsend Thursday, Oct. 20, pushed the Coupeville High School soccer to its seven victory of the season, the most in school history.
Coupeville junior Henry Wynn finished 35th in at Olympic League Cross Country Championships Thursday, Oct. 20, at the Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course outside of Sequim.
The Olympic League leading Coupeville volleyball team put more distance between it and second-place Klahowya with an impressive 3-0 win over the visiting Eagles Tuesday, Oct. 18.
Klahowya tightened its grip on first place in the Olympic League soccer standings with a 5-2 win at Coupeville Tuesday, Oct. 18.
Closing out the regular season, the Coupeville High School tennis team lost a 5-2 non-league match at South Whidbey Tuesday, Oct. 18.
The former interim director of the Port of South Whidbey will be helping with the other port on the island.
The Whidbey Examiner won second place for General Excellence in its circulation group in the 2016 Better Newspaper Contest.
The Coupeville Marshal’s Office will be accepting any unused and unwanted prescription drugs 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 22 as part of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s drug takeback program.
A new program at Coupeville High School is designed with the intention of teaching students living and working skills.
Employees for the Port of Coupeville say board commissioners met outside of a public meeting for nearly two hours last week.
Two record-tying performances were not enough as the Coupeville High School football team lost 34-28 to Bellevue Christian at rainy Lake Washington High School in Kirkland Saturday, Oct. 15.
Monte Johnson of Coupeville passed away Oct. 15, 2016. He was born…
The schedule for Coupeville High School’s soccer/football doubleheader at Bellevue Christian Saturday, Oct. 15, has changed again.
Because of the threat of stormy weather Saturday night, the starting times for Coupeville High School’s soccer and football games at Bellevue Christian have been changed.
Coupeville’s Henry Wynn placed 23rd in a four-team cross country meet hosted by King’s in Shoreline Thursday, Oct. 13.
Sequim wasn’t very hospitable when three Coupeville High School athletic teams visited Tuesday, Oct. 11.
It wasn’t a happy Homecoming football game for Coupeville High School — Port Townsend dampened the festivities by blanking the Wolves 57-0 Friday, Oct. 7, at Mickey Clark Field.
Garden is also a jack of all trades when it comes to the world of first responders. He’s held just about every conceivable position in the sheriff’s office that a commissioned officer can. He’s a captain with the Oak Harbor Fire Department, where he’s worked for 30 years, and an EMT with the hospital. Garden’s newest challenge is patrolling the mean streets of Coupeville as the new town marshal. He started in September.
Heavy rains didn’t damper the fun at HarvestFest Saturday.
A former Port of Coupeville employee said she resigned this month because the working environment between staff and commissioners became so toxic and hostile that she was concerned for her health.