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A photo on social media of a rabbit with an arrow piercing its skin turned heads this week.
Ten elected positions in Island County remained without candidates after the regular filing period.
A vegetation fire was successfully contained with no injuries reported Wednesday afternoon.
Advocates feel not enough thought went into improving the new terminal’s accessibility problems.
The drivers of two vehicles that collided in South Whidbey Saturday were not seriously injured.
More than four dozen lads and lasses from South Whidbey are part of the Rampant Kilt Society.
Langley will participate in studies on speeding on Sixth Street and affordability of utility rates.
Max Lindsay-Thorsen and Tatiana Rocha always knew they wanted to build treehouses.
Landlubbers are invited to experience a mini concert by two musical groups who have joined together.
The trend appears to carry through community.
Visitors gather to take their turns on carnival rides and watch beloved 4-H animals compete.
Gary Gabelein has a long history of involvement with the Whidbey Island Fair.
A beloved tradition that took a hiatus in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic is back this year.
Langley City Council voted down Councilmember Craig Cyr’s proposal in a 4-1 vote.
Goats who miraculously recovered from injury and illness will compete at the upcoming fair.
A woman was rescued from the shoreline at South Whidbey State Park after she fell down a stairway.
Live summertime entertainment, some of it taking place outdoors, is coming to the South End.
According to the WSU weather station in Coupeville, temperatures reached 96 degrees on Monday.
Debby Colfer is retiring after 21 years as the manager of the Clinton Library.
The Sound Water Stewards will teach a series of classes for amateur clammers at Double Bluff Beach.