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Tyler Rico, 32, a volunteer firefighter and EMT, husband and father passed away on Monday.
Shellfish harvested from the affected areas after Aug. 16 should be disposed of.
Oak Harbor police officers are looking for three motorcycles reported as stolen in the last week.
One of the largest construction companies in the nation snapped up a big project south of the city.
Thirty-four people asked Oak Harbor to do something about the woodpiles on a nearby property.
T hose interested in the creative processes of local artists can take a peek into almost 50 work spaces across the island during the Whidbey Working Artists Summer Open Studio Tour this weekend.
The city will use a combination of the insurance settlements, marina funds and a grant for $392,000 from the state Department of Commerce to pay for the project.
There are five new tsunami warning sirens on Whidbey Island to alert residents of impending threats.
Chief says some of those blazes may be ‘suspicious.’
State law allows school boards to clear the room if someone is interrupting the meeting.
City council members are waiting until Sept. 7 to make any further decisions about the sculpture.
Oak Harbor summer school students can learn karate, take magic lessons and taste garden greens.
Oak Harbor may use some of its federal relief funds to support the Whidbey Homeless Coalition.
Archaeologists are working with Native American tribes to repatriate remains found in Oak Harbor.
Thousands on Whidbey Island were left without internet, cable and cell phone services Sunday.
A witness driving by the area of the fire saw someone lighting off bottle rockets or Roman candles.
Projects to revitalize a wharf and promote economic development near receiving federal funding.
City officials agree the Oak Harbor Marina needs to be dredged soon.
Between 40 and 45 teams will take to the water this weekend during “Hydros for Heroes” race.
The newest addition to the downtown Oak Harbor art scene is a stunning mural of Mount Baker.