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Officials will meet Wednesday to hire a new public health officer to replace one who quit.
A look back on a year unlike any other.
It’s not unusual for the state Department of Health to assist a county with investigating people who tested positive for COVID-19 and tracing their recent… Continue reading
Island Scanner Dec. 7-14.
September sales tax receipts were 20 percent higher than the same month a year ago.
Several staff from Island County Public Health quit, so state contact tracers have stepped in.
The man was apprehended by police after a car chase in North Whidbey a few days later.
Island Scanner Dec. 3-7.
The grants were given to groups that will work to rebuild a tourism economy hurt by the pandemic.
Apparently we have different Facebook friends than Zencity. In its first report, the company the Oak Harbor City Council is paying $15,000 in CARES Act… Continue reading
A former yeoman at NAS Whidbey Island was sentenced to prison for molesting two children.
A provision in the act extends real-time noise monitoring and requires the data to be made public.
The hospital’s plan is to vaccinate about 1,600 of the high-risk health care workers in 14 days.
Murder suspect in Oak Harbor stabbing was convicted in similar, but nonfatal, stabbing in 2011.
Vaccines for COVID-19 are expected to be available at WhidbeyHealth this week for healthcare workers.
Oak Harbor Schools are bucking the trend across the island and the state by planning to continue with limited in-person classes for students in sixth… Continue reading
A Coupeville spa won a contest for a small-business energy efficiency and cosmetic makeover.
The fatal car crash happened Monday evening north of Oak Harbor.
Island Scanner Nov. 25 - Dec. 2.
Study finds levels of underwater jet noise are higher than thresholds known to disturb orcas.