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7,350 miles. That’s what separated Peter Oakley and Frank Ascioti as they completed this year’s Whidbey Island Triathlon. The pair… Continue reading
Two people are dead after a 76-year-old Oak Harbor man drove the wrong way on Highway 20 in Skagit County… Continue reading
If the first count of primary ballots holds, voters in Island County will have to choose between two Democrats for… Continue reading
The Washington State Employment Security Department reports that the unemployment rate continues to be high, but certain industries have begun… Continue reading
Janet Young and her wife Laura Bergman, both 35 years old, have never owned a car. They’ve always ridden the… 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...
THURSDAY, JULY 9 At 1:07 a.m., a Goss Lake Road resident reported that someone was outside rocking the motorhome. At… Continue reading
The newest addition to Oak Harbor’s grooming salon Posh Puppies may have rolled into town in June, but starting this Continue reading...
A team captained by Todd Melnick, who also happened to be the tournament sponsor, won the Whidbey Golf Club’s Melnick… Continue reading
Janet Young and her wife Laura Bergman, both 35 years old, have Continue reading...
Mulching makes short work of unwanted material and improves soil for what’s planned next
Beyond looking good, a deep clean has practical benefits, too
Stinger Anderson absolutely would not get on a bus. He owned a Continue reading...
Editor, Field carrier landing practices at Outlying Field Coupeville on the afternoon of June 29, about 3:15 to 5 p.m.,… Continue reading
Editor, I want to thank Richard Ays for his letter to the editor in the July 29 edition, “It may… Continue reading
By John Bauer The Herald Bipartisan legislation in the U.S. House would offer tax credits to advertisers and subscribers. There’s Continue reading...
Whidbey Island’s restaurants, taverns and bars will have to take a step back under Gov. Jay Inslee’s newest changes to Continue reading...