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With the economy lagging, more and more people are seeking advice on how to invest their money. Randy Wall of Penn Cove Financial said during Thursday’s Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce Members Expo that he’s seeing more inquiries about his services.
School district budget cuts affect more than the student body, it affects the local economy, too.Richard Andrews, a licensed groundskeeper, was laid off Sept. 1… Continue reading
Even with the national economy tanking, Whidbey Island residents may be looking more toward local services to meet their needs.Thousands of people came to Coupeville… Continue reading
It may not be a golden parachute, but Mike Cann is leaving Whidbey Island Bank with a good chunk of change.Washington Banking Company, the Oak… Continue reading
Sandwiched between a tea room and a fabric store, Oak Harbor Knits is the newest, quaint mecca for social knitters.
Oak Harbor residents can now get a taste of locally roasted coffee, with beans extracted from a vintage roaster.
P&L wins bid at Bangor base
The contact information on a Red Cross volunteer story that appeared July 26 was incorrect. For more information about volunteering as a health and safety instructor call 675-2912 or 1-888-216-5727, email island
Whidbey Island Sleep Center in Oak Harbor recently received program accreditation from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
Several months after South Asian flooding and subsequent rice shortages became national news, local customers who subsist on the starchy grain are still finding increasingly high prices at local stores.
With the help of grassroots efforts, North Whidbey’s only all-instrumental music store Clickmusic.biz opened last month to serve Islanders and the city of Anacortes.
Mixing flavorful Thai food with the historic setting of downtown Coupeville is sure to spice things up.
Whidbey Island Chapter 47 of the Disabled American Veterans need volunteers to drive their DAV Van to the Seattle VA Hospital. The DAV relies on volunteer drivers to transport veterans to keep their appointments at the VA Hospital. Many island veterans would not benefit from much needed medical care without the help of the DAV’s transport. If you can arrange at least one day a month to help out, please call 257-4801.