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The new construction will allow for commercial space at street level and a vacation rental on the lower floor.
Three new blends of coffee are available in stores.
One resident said the sheer amount of deer urine is “overwhelming” and creates puddles at his door.
T he Cascade Loop, including the Whidbey Scenic Isle Way, is now a National Scenic Byway.
The underwater alternative to the state’s ferry system involves a tunnel 610 feet below sea level.
Council members agreed to transfer the sculpture program from the arts commission to the nonprofit.
The city wants to discourage the use of insecticides within city limits although it can’t enforce it.
Grow lights are now powered by solar panels.
Two of the four had left by last Friday morning.
Last week WhidbeyHealth had negative 1.7 days of cash on hand for operating expenses.
First and third graders will return to school Feb. 22 and others will be phased back in March.
No one was injured in the fire.
Videos of pornography and Confederate flags were shared on the screens of the new attendees,
South Whidbey and Oak Harbor student musicians qualified for prestigious groups.
The aquatics center has been discussed for decades, but is finally beginning to make some progress.
Instead of 200 doses that were expected last week, Island Drug received 2,000.
A lifelong Whidbey resident and her family have started building their own home in Oak Harbor.
Island County officials are not happy Whidbey is stuck in Phase 1 of the state’s reopening plan.
People are frustrated that Island County is still in Phase 1 while other counties moved to Phase 2.