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A proposed housing development for low-income people does not conform to Oak Harbor zoning code for the downtown area and… Continue reading
Oak Harbor ratepayers may not be facing increased utility rates, for now. After several residents at the Tuesday City Council… Continue reading
Island County Commissioner Jill Johnson is seeking a third term this fall. And she’ll have competition. Two Democratic candidates have… Continue reading
Island County’s first “sexually violent predator” will get to leave the special commitment center on McNeil Island after 20 years,… Continue reading
Gabe and Isaac Bozeman can’t legally vote, but they are able to drive in the snow. The brothers, who are Continue reading...
By RON NEWBERRY Special to the News-Times Michelle Landis has worked with raptors for 25 years and is well acquainted Continue reading...
An Oak Harbor woman was recently arrested for allegedly threatening to kill a police officer who cited her for animal… Continue reading
Oak Harbor Mayor Bob Severns appointed a new top lawyer during the city council meeting of Tuesday Feb. 18. Anna… Continue reading
I’m always intrigued by the fascinating, sometimes convoluted stories of how people we see all the time end up living Continue reading...
Oak Harbor High School’s Maria Dailey and Jamal Graham both finished second in their respective regional wrestling tournaments Saturday, Feb. 15, and qualified for the state meet.
Sandra Oldemeyer is passionate about welcoming residents home to Welcome Home. “There’s Continue reading...
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Editor, I feel nothing but sorrow for Larry Eaton. His hollow diatribe in his letter to the editor of Saturday,… Continue reading
Editor, Sound Water Stewards of Island County thanks all who joined us at our 26th annual Sound Waters University on… Continue reading
When Jennifer Hua became the new owner of the Hong Kong Gardens restaurant back in September, she knew she had Continue reading...
Oak Harbor council members didn’t adopt a plan to raise city utility rates precipitously over the next three years. Instead, Continue reading...