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The driver’s injuries were non-life-threatening.
Vistaire Water System customers should boil their water before drinking or otherwise using it.
One candidate is trying to unseat the incumbent in a state representative race.
It will take about 10-12 weeks to process all the applications, which is a little slower than usual.
The two candidates are running for Congress in the Second District.
An issue that garnered differing opinions concerned the inherent inequality in online-only education
The movies will run Friday-Sunday nights and began Oct. 9 at the popular South Whidbey venue.
The potential service reduction was just an exercise to identify ways to cut costs.
The average family’s bill could go up by $110 next year.
Whidbey’s public schools saw enrollment drop for the 2020-21 school year, but all three districts were prepared for the decline. Oak Harbor School District is… Continue reading
The city of Langley has been working with the Langley Chamber of Commerce to straighten out financial confusion exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic and errors… Continue reading
Online learning in schools has become the norm because of the pandemic, but for some students it may not be a “one size fits all”… Continue reading
The Coupeville School District, in partnership with the nonprofit Coupeville Farm to School, has received a grant that will help establish a school farm. The… Continue reading
A community leadership program that has been forming for the past two years is now looking for its inaugural class. Skagit Valley College is partnering… Continue reading
South Whidbey residents are rallying for a permanent place to play pickleball, one of the nation’s fastest growing sports. During a South Whidbey Parks and… Continue reading
The pop-up is a collaboration between several Langley businesses.
All elective surgeries have been postponed until Oct. 7.
The Blue Peony has been in business for years but opened its first storefront in Langley this summer.
The mayor’s news comes on the heels of city council’s conversations about police funding.