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Whidbey Island will soon receive millions of dollars of American Rescue Plan funding.
Oak Harbor High School seniors graduate on June 19.
Madison Thompson was one of the youngest competitors in her division of 80 kids.
Crabbers have two chances this month to learn tips and tricks before the season opens on July 1.
After a year off the water, members of the local dragon boating team are looking for new members.
The sheeting prevents paint chips and sandblasting materials from falling into the water.
The longtime Whidbey residents first met in 1950.
Berry pickers are needed for Bell’s Farm.
Kathy Hawn posts all 911 emergency dispatches she hears in her Facebook group, Alert Whidbey 2.0.
The council voted 4-3 to reject an amendment to cover the cost of the traffic study.
The sculpture has been mired in controversy since it was presented to the park board in February.
The museum plans to offer tours of the WWII-era plane on the weekends this summer and needs docents.
The busy, worn-down road is popular with adult and child pedestrians from nearby apartments, but it lacks sidewalks, bicycle lanes and street lighting.
The friendly rooster resides on a North Whidbey farm.
Ferry riders and park visitors have increased.
Despite the total loss, there were no injuries reported.
Three different groups were awarded the grants.
The Department of Natural Resources says local logging has stayed steady over the past five years.
A new bar, salon, tea shop, furniture store and more are coming to Oak Harbor.
After city staff changed the access point to an alternative that residents argued would be more disruptive to their neighborhood, city council members changed the access back an original plan.