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Superintendent Jo Moccia made the call Monday not to allow the return of first graders on Feb. 8.
WhidbeyHealth canceled 12,000 vaccine appointments this past week.
The Navy has proposed to use 28 state parks for training purposes. A vote is expected Thursday.
Some holistic healers on Whidbey have seen a dramatic increase in demand this past year.
Registration is now open for a class full of theater games, and an improv class for kids.
In recognition of Inauguration Day, Whidbey Island man displays flag once flown over White House.
Coupeville Mayor Molly Hughes took a look back on the year.
Parents and caregivers can sign up for upcoming classes for training to help prevent suicide.
The island-wide gardening event is back this year after it was cancelled due to the pandemic.
Island County has joined San Juan, Skagit and Whatcom counties following new state guidance.
Some students could be back in class on Feb. 1.
Reading with Rover pairs pooches with young readers
Hierophant Meadery in Freeland features local honey in its sweet brews.
Fire department officials said landslides are not unusual this time of year for some areas.
Online attendees can learn about whales, earthquakes, treaty rights and all things Salish Sea.
The group’s raised $5,550 in donations for the North Whidbey Help House.
A Whidbey nonprofit is hoping to ease some of the financial burden for new parents.
Ellie Shiloh Brown is Coupeville’s newest resident.
A Langley woman gives rides to people in need in her new van named “Cookie.”
Langley Kitchen has adapted to the times.