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A return to wet, cooler weather means campers and s’mores enthusiasts can spark up fires once again.
Saturday, Sept. 4 At 10:58 p.m., a caller at a Bells Beach Road residence reported that a bat was found in the rental house and… Continue reading
The 14-day case rate for Sept. 2-15 was 281 per 100,000 people.
The Public Records Act is based on the concept that the government should be transparent.
South Whidbey resident Eric Hood has collected around $1 million in Public Records Act lawsuits.
At the same time, the number of people getting vaccinated in the county has picked up.
Michael Cheatham of Oak Harbor, 39, has been charged with multiple counts of child molestation.
A fight over COVID-19 vaccinations ended with minor injuries, hurt feelings and one man in jail.
A former receptionist at a South Whidbey veterinary office is accused of embezzling almost $1,000.
Workers simply need a livable wage, not just a living wage.
An agency was charged with working with communities to find measures that would mitigate noise.
A Whidbey man is facing charges for allegedly threatening a woman and appearing naked in public.
The pandemic in America would be over if everyone had gotten vaccinated. Instead, mask mandates are back, hospitals are overfilling, the economy is taking more… Continue reading
An estimated one in every 123 unvaccinated residents got a confirmed COVID-19 case during one week.
An Oak Harbor teen is home after being treated for a COVID-19 case that developed into pneumonia.
Prosecutors charged Michael L. Surgeon, 34, with assault in the second degree Aug. 25.