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Charles Wright Academy squeaked by Coupeville 23-20 in the opening game of the newly combined Olympic/Nisqually League football conference Friday, Sept. 23, in Tacoma.
Olympic League 2A tennis power North Kitsap defeated Coupeville 6-1 in a non-league match Friday, Sept. 23, in Poulsbo.
South Whidbey claimed its latest rivalry win by beating visiting Coupeville 4-1 in tennis Friday, Sept. 23.
It can be easy to lose your head on the set of Z Nation. Jodi Binstock normally leaves that to the actors who play zombies on her television series. But this week it was Binstock, the show's producer, who nearly lost her head when she stood above the gun emplacements at Fort Casey State Park and soaked up the surroundings.
Controlling the match when it needed to most, the Coupeville High School volleyball team slipped by visiting North Mason 3-2 Thursday, Sept. 22.
Getting four goals in a match for the second time this season, Mia Litteljohn provided the offense as the Coupeville High School soccer team whipped visiting North Mason 4-1 Thursday, Sept. 22.
Coupeville residents can see for themselves what the difference is between two types of LED lights the town is considering installing.
Coupeville Town Council is anticipated next week to approve new utility rates that will increase the average homeowner’s bill by $42.
A first set win wasn't enough as the Coupeville High School volleyball team lost 3-1 to visiting Bellevue Christian Tuesday, Sept. 20.
Setting a school single-season scoring record, Mia Littlejohn helped the Coupeville High School soccer team win 5-1 at Mount Vernon Christian Monday, Sept. 19.
Coupeville High School cross country runners Danny Conlisk and Henry Wynn opened their season at the Carl Westling Invitational Saturday, Sept. 17, in Langley.
The Coupeville High School soccer team is the early leader of the Olympic League standings after winning 3-0 at Port Townsend Saturday, Sept. 17.
Coupeville High School tennis coach Ken Stange shuffled his lineup and received a positive result, a 4-3 win over visiting Klahowya Friday, Sept. 16.
The Coupeville High School football team looked sharp in its opening drive when Nocksack Valley visited Friday, Sept. 16, then the game shifted dramatically and the Pioneers rolled to a 47-14 win.
The fact that the Coupeville High School soccer team dominated its match with Sequim didn’t show up on the scoreboard as the Central Whidbey club fell 3-1 at Mickey Clark Field Thursday, Sept. 15.
Unable to build upon the momentum of winning the night before, the Coupeville High School volleyball team lost 3-0 to visiting Sequim in a non-league match Wednesday, Sept. 14.
Kingston defeated the visiting Coupeville High School tennis team 5-2 Wednesday, Sept. 14.
The Coupeville High School volleyball team began Olympic League play by clubbing visiting Chimacum 3-0 Tuesday, Sept. 13.
Paced by a four-goal effort from Mia Littlejohn, the Coupeville High School soccer team crushed Chimacum 8-0 Tuesday, Sept. 13, in the Olympic League opener at Mickey Clark Field.
The new changing station is up and running at Greenbank Farm and was installed as part of the Greenbank Farm Community Solar Project.
The event was brought back by farm managers, the Port of Coupeville, due to community demand. The event also coincided with the 20th anniversary of the community saving the farm from development. The two-day event included live music, an adult pie-eating contest, food and a beer garden.
While driving home to Coupeville along State Highway 525 one afternoon last month, Chris Tyau could see a bike rider climbing a hill in the distance and felt a strange premonition.
The skies above Fort Casey will be aflutter with color this weekend during the Whidbey Island Kite Festival.
With eight months under her belt as Coupeville mayor, Molly Hughes will give her first State of the Town Address next week.
The Sequim High School tennis team spoiled Coupeville’s 2016 home opener by stopping the home team 5-2 Monday, Sept. 12.
The Coupeville High School volleyball team won six of 10 sets and missed the Gold Bracket by one point at the South Whidbey Invitational Saturday, Sept. 10.
Two comebacks highlighted Coupeville’s 3-2 loss in tennis to Overlake in Redmond Friday, Sept. 9.
The host La Conner High School football team took advantage of Coupeville mistakes ato roll to a 53-6 win over the Wolves Friday, Sept. 9.
Coupeville High School junior football player Hunter Smith was selected as the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association’s 1A Athlete of the Week.
South Whidbey scored two goals in the second half to comeback and tie the Coupeville High School soccer team 2-2 in the Wolves’ season opener at Mickey Clark Field Thursday, Sept. 8.
The Coupeville High School volleyball team had an ace (or 32) up its sleeve. Behind a powerful serving attack, the Wolves won their season opener 3-0 (25-15, 25-11, 25-21) over visiting Mount Vernon Christian Tuesday, Sept. 6.
A strong effort in doubles wasn’t enough as the Coupeville High School tennis team lost 4-3 in its season opener at Port Angeles Tuesday, Sept. 6.
Administrators with the Coupeville School District are excited to see continued enrollment growth this year, but at the same time, are still looking to fill a teaching void.
The Coupeville Lions Club and Town of Coupeville will once again partner to offer the annual Salmon BBQ and Town Concert starting noon on Sunday at Coupeville Town Park.
As far as Joan McPherson is concerned, nothing detrimental is going to happen to the Haller House.
Coupeville Town Council members asserted that the Navy should consider areas near the Central Whidbey touch-and-go field as “directly impacted” by jet noise.
Come to the Coupeville Community Green Saturday during the farmers market and help become a part of the town’s historical record. The Coupeville Community Portrait will be taken at noon.
It didn’t take the Coupeville High School football team long to put a positive stamp on the Jon Atkins era. The Wolves, in Atkins’ first game as head coach, walloped rival South Whidbey 41-10 Saturday, Sept. 3, at Mickey Clark Field.
The Coupeville High School football and volleyball teams saw action Saturday. The football team thumped South Whidbey 41-10, while the volleyball squad played in the Oak Harbor Jamboree. John Fisken photographed the football and volleyball contests, while Evan Thompson took a few shots of the football game.
New Coupeville High School football coach Jon Atkins knows that building a winning program is going to take time, and he believes this year’s team will serve as a solid base for the construction.