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Money will likely still be coming to county employees, just in a different form.
A man who killed two deputies 34 years ago is still trying to appeal his murder convictions.
An Oak Harbor man threatened to shoot his mother and ex-wife and hit his ex-wife twice with his car.
Amanda Stanwood and her daughter walked away from a collision that could have been fatal.
The elected officials failed to publicly report their financial holdings prior to a state deadline.
The following calls were gathered from reports made to the Island County Sheriffs Office. Friday, June 18 At 11:37 a.m., a caller reported that a… Continue reading
Most Island County employees will get pandemic bonuses, but the giveaway’s legality is unclear.
James M. Kluth, 30, pleaded guilty to assault in the first degree, a domestic violence crime.
The suspect, Topsanna Littlestar, left her home in Clinton, and her current whereabouts are unknown.
The crime lab tested the DNA from the stolen vehicle while training new technicians.
After a year marked by fear, divisiveness and distancing, attending the Whidbey Island Fair is the perfect way for the community to get together and… Continue reading
A North Whidbey couple were awakened in the morning of June 26 by a naked stranger in their house.
A Navy man is facing a felony charge after trying to buy a gun against a judge’s orders.
This week the Recreation and Conservation Funding Board announced the award of 342 grants statewide.
Michael Cheatham is accused of violating a court order and failed to appear at a hearing June 30.
Kyle Sperling struck the side of an eastbound car while riding a motorcycle on Crescent Harbor Road.
The lost data came to light when Citizens of Ebey’s Reserve requested noise complaint records.
A popular Coupeville spa and salon will be spotlighted in a reality makeover show this week.