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Two long-time buddies received a state award for helping to make the roads of Island County a safer place.Under the state’s Target Zero program, the… Continue reading
State investigated Dillard’s snafu
Oak Harbor police officers are entering cyberspace to help make the community safer and more informed.
A Washington state Court of Appeals’ recent decision could mean a sizable tax refund for Whidbey General Hospital, as well as have far-reaching implications for other hospitals in the state.
A 48-year-old transient woman who police asked the public to help locate is now facing a potential prison term, according to court documents.
After years of effort and one gubernatorial veto, the Oak Harbor marina is finally free from tideland lease fees. At least for a decade.
Under normal circumstances, New Leaf of Oak Harbor wouldn’t be able to afford to purchase a bus, let alone one with a wheelchair lift.
A 24-year-old Oak Harbor man who tried to elude police in order to avoid getting caught without a valid driver’s license could wind up in prison, court documents state.
The Oak Harbor Police are hunting for a leader.
Replacing P-3C Orion a top priority
For the first time in four years, low-income individuals and families can join a waiting list for rental assistance.
An arbitrator found that former Island County Sheriff Mike Hawley had just cause in firing Jay Wallace, a former deputy and sheriff candidate, for dereliction of duty and dishonesty in his response to 911 calls two years ago.
An 18-year-old Oak Harbor man is going to prison for chasing down and beating up his own brother with a group of friends.
When it comes to housing on Whidbey, it’s definitely a buyer’s market. Prices are down, inventory is up and interest rates are low.