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The female eagle’s injuries were too severe for it to be saved.
North Whidbey’s Cascadia Heritage Farm focuses on preserving critically endangered breeds.
The show will run June 10-20.
The portable restrooms would be part of an experiment running from May through October.
The resolution will be re-drafted and brought before the city council at another meeting.
The store is coming to Greenbank Farm this spring.
Ideas have ranged from birth control to hunting to water guns to a ban on feeding the wildlife.
Here’s a list of what many of Whidbey’s favorite events are doing this year.
A proposal to add “dismantling systemic racism” as a goal in the comprehensive plan has spawned debate
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.