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WAIF administrators hope the “Break the Cycle” program will reduce Whidbey’s unwanted pet population.
Washington State Ferries is having a hard time staffing its boats.
Coupeville High School’s top five seniors didn’t let a difficult pandemic year hold them back.
Hundreds of demonstrators lined the street in front of South Whidbey High School Friday afternoon.
A banner celebrating 2021 graduates was also left vandalized.
The Whidbey Camano Land Trust and the Whidbey Institute both have events this Saturday, June 19.
Seaside Spa and Salon is asking maskless clients to show proof of inoculation for staff members’ comfort.
Food vendors will still be available at the scaled-back arts and crafts festival.
Despite rainy weather, the new market had a high turnout on its opening day.
The new restaurant, located on Old Goldie Road, serves Southern style fried chicken.
All Whidbey Island high schools are hosting graduation ceremonies, but other senior events may vary.
Photos from the Memorial Day Service of Remembrance at Oak Harbor’s Maple Leaf Cemetery May 31.
Savina Wells became the first eighth grade girl to score in a Coupeville varsity basketball game.
Drea and Jason Park will canoe from Tacoma to Port Townsend starting Friday, June 4.
Sherry Phay stated she had the board president’s permission to send her controversial email.
The Coupeville Farmers Market is partnering with the town of Coupeville and Island County Public Health to provide a pop-up vaccine clinic Saturday, June 5.… Continue reading
If it happens this year, the festival will likely be a downsized version of itself.
The club will use the funds to construct a new building on South Main Street.
The team has been highly successful despite challenges unique to their target population.
A county health official announced the board’s upcoming return in a meeting May 18.