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Port willing to give boat away
The Oak Harbor School Board approved a modified plan for Pre-K through sixth grade classes.
School leaders pressed to bring students back inside buildings when classes resume in January.
A small landslide was investigated Wednesday about a mile west of Monroe Landing.
Bringing on the holiday color, whimsy with Christmas lights
Riverside Cafe in downtown Oak Harbor will be giving away 1,000 free burritos Saturday at 11 a.m.
Port leaders plan to ask the community how it wants two century-old buildings to be maintained.
Gift ideas with an island flair
A local wood artist has been selected to craft an acorn statue out of wood from a 330-year-old tree.
Some schools would move to new locations in the school district’s plan for five replacements.
There are plenty of tannenbaums to choose from on the island.
A WWI memorial in front of the Island County courthouse honors eight men who died in service.
The Wednesday meeting is a time for the public to have a say in how the buildings will look.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Island County’s biggest fundraiser is online this week.
WhidbeyHealth will be operating an additional ambulance out of the five available in the North End.
Increasing case numbers in the county have school officials considering a move to at-home learning.
An island-wide power outage and a pandemic couldn’t keep Zanini’s Deli from opening in Oak Harbor.
A Coast Guard rescue swimmer swam a man to shore in Oak Harbor after his boat capsized Sunday.
A new mother wanted a candle she could use around her baby so she made her own.
Central Whidbey Fire and Rescue will resume their traditional Santa Mobile tours soon.