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All shrimp species are open to harvest on Wednesday, May 19 from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. in Marina Areas 8-1 and 8-2, which covers the eastern shores of Whidbey Island from Deception Pass to Possession Point.
Phelps McIlvaine donated the monument to the city in honor of his nephew, who died in a plane crash while he was stationed at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island in 2013.
Enrollment in Oak Harbor Virtual Academy, the school district’s asynchronous virtual learning model, is expected to stay fairly steady next year, school board members learned Monday.
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Neighbors shared their comments, concerns and criticism of the Whidbey Homeless Coalition’s proposed overnight emergency shelter on Morris Road near Coupeville during a meeting last… Continue reading
Forty women and some men volunteered for Habitat’s Women Build 2021 event this past weekend.
Whidbey Farm and Market has close to 100 local products.
This year’s event will look slightly different to comply with safety guidelines.
The building may be used for engineering, manufacturing, automotive and construction classes that are in high demand.
Another delay in two-boat service means Coupeville ferry riders will need to squeeze onto one boat until at least June 27.
School board members unanimously voted for Karst Brandsma
The closure is supposed to ease access for construction crews as they work on the bridge.
Whidbey Island Rocks is encouraging people to paint stones with Garry oaks before a hunt Saturday.
A downtown Oak Harbor business will also be getting a big makeover.
The letter criticized the mask requirement and alleged masks were harmful to children’s health.
The Deception Pass Sail and Power Squadron hosts education and safety classes, and social events.
The Coupeville Historic Waterfront Association will set up a donation fund for Currents Bistro.
Oak Harbor City Council members are considering ideas in the Housing Action Plan.
Two Rotary clubs have partnered with the city to renovate the bridge.
The department currently has a rating of four from the Washington Survey and Rating Bureau.