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A proposal for a staff survey that caught Oak Harbor leadership off guard has disappeared.
Two men helped a fellow grocery shopper at Saar’s last week by performing CPR after he collapsed.
Restoration work on the 155-year-old Haller House in Coupeville continues to make progress.
Nine people were displaced after a fire swept through an apartment building on Northwest Atalanta Way in Oak Harbor on Sunday morning. Firefighters responded to… Continue reading
A possible mishap with a lawn mower sparked a half-acre fire on Green Valley Road on Friday morning.
Recent deaths at the Deception Pass Bridge have renewed calls for barriers to prevent more suicides.
Joel Servatius resolved a conflict of interest by paying the Fourth of July parade entrance free.
Oak Harbor residents and visitors have a lot to look forward to in the next few weeks.
The Fish and Wildlife Department has removed more than 250 crab pots from marine areas 8-1 and 8-2.
Harbor Freight Tools has leveled its eye on the former Office Max building in Oak Harbor.
One person was airlifted to Providence Regional Medical Center and two others were taken to a local hospital after a three-car accident on Highway 20… Continue reading
The burn ban prohibits all outdoor burning, including recreational fires and fireworks.
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Mainsails and spinnakers from about 20 boats will dot the water in Penn Cove from Friday to Sunday.
The 95-year-old wooden sailboat spent the last month in dry dock to replace its horn timber.
Claudia Fontenette was charged with vehicular assault and attempting to elude police.
Any water temperature below 70 degrees should be treated with caution.
Council members voted to discuss the final placement of the sculpture at their Aug. 4 meeting.
The newly renovated Rotary Memorial Bridge was dedicated at Windjammer Park Thursday.