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An Oak Harbor woman hoped to save the large tree that is to be cut down for an upcoming renovation.
Several notable projects are planned for this year and next.
Those with comments must register by 5 p.m. on Jan. 20 on the state parks’ website.
The boat ramp will be getting a makeover, but no pocket beach is planned for Catalina Park.
The Oak Harbor Park Board learned the donated monument will probably be installed this year.
Power was knocked out to thousands of customers in the first big storm of the year.
Central Whidbey Island Fire and Rescue is looking to raise $18,580 to buy a CPR tool.
Students in grades 7-12 could be back to hybrid in-person learning in early February.
“The Hour After Westerly” is free to view online until Jan. 17.
None of the district’s staff tested positive for the coronavirus during a week of mandatory testing.
Police were called for an alleged assault after most of the group had left.
Councilman questions marketing materials, says name sounds like a pot shop
Island County wants to add 6 feet to the northwest side of the road to move it away from the bluff.
Vaccines will be given out according to the state’s distribution plan, not by a community list.
Some big changes may be coming to Catalina Park and other areas.
Coupeville woman writes book about local WWI soldier who gained Col. George S. Patton’s admiration.
Chris’ Bakery is in a new location with a new owner.
She served for 12 years as an Island County Commissioner. Her term ended on Dec. 31.
The person was not identified through batch testing.
April DiDonna tells Oak Harbor Wendy’s customers she cares.