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Prices have increased by 25 percent in the past year in Oak Harbor alone.
Island Scanner Oct. 22 - 28.
Gilday jumps ahead of Homola
Oak Harbor Mayor Bob Severns said the city has ceased talks with the Navy about sewage treatment.
County contests were more decisive, with Johnson and Bacon leading.
People are mad at the Oak Harbor City Council for wasting money on the sewage treatment plant, which was millions over its original price tag.… Continue reading
Island County was recognized for its data-driven efforts to help people with mental health issues.
Brews brothers add 3rd operation to lineup
Island Scanner Oct. 19-21.
The campaign against a state Senate Bill that would require comprehensive sexual education in schools is a disturbing mixture of 1950s narrow-mindedness and new millennium… Continue reading
Island Scanner Oct. 14-19.
Almost half of Island County voters had already voted as of Oct. 26.
Bill Bruch was accused of scamming people out of thousands of dollars in the late 1990s.
It speaks volumes that the retiring Island County superior court judges, the district court judge and a healthy portion of the legal community have endorsed… Continue reading
Voters will decide between two South Whidbey residents for judge.
A man reported he shot a fawn on Friday night. Someone reported seeing an injured fawn the next day.