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There’s been an explosion of unregulated campers leaving trash, gray water and animal feces at Ebey’s.
The Navy is still finding munitions at a site that was once used as a World War II bombing range.
The audit found that the hospital district is two years behind in submitting complete and accurate annual financial reports and doesn’t have adequate controls to prevent the misappropriation or misuse of “theft-sensitive assets.”
Most full-time employees of Island County government will receive an extra $2,880 in “premium pay” funded through federal relief funds.
Prosecutors charged Matthew C. Powell, 35, with burglary in the first degree, unlawful imprisonment and assault in the fourth degree.
One of the few silver linings of the pandemic has been the increased access to local government as meetings are livestreamed so anyone with internet… Continue reading
Meanwhile, cases have skyrocketed among the unvaccinated population.
A bartender suffered “a severed bicep” when he was thrown into the street and run over Saturday night.
A man convicted of molesting two girls will spend at least eight years and two months in prison.
Wednesday, July 28 At 10:51 a.m., a Torpedo Road resident reported that someone dumped 12 large bags of garbage nearby. At 11:42 a.m., a caller… Continue reading
Joshua Lucas was sentenced to three months in jail and three months of electronic home monitoring.
The following calls were gathered from reports made to the Island County Sheriff’s Office: Wednesday, July 21 At 12:13 a.m., a Maxwelton Road resident reported… Continue reading
Whidbey’s two largest law enforcement offices are losing significant numbers of officers this year.
The trial has been delayed so the defense attorney can obtain another expert consultant.
Oak Harbor’s $150 million facility was not among the top performers because of several problems.
The price of homes in Island County continued to skyrocket as competition for homes eased slightly.
Residents of a road that was the site of a fatal motorcycle crash are asking for a no-passing zone.
Prosecutors charged Peter L. Lambert, 46, with four counts of rape of a child in the first degree.