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South Whidbey resident Eric Hood has collected around $1 million in Public Records Act lawsuits.
The buses weren’t seriously damaged and were able to complete their routes later in the afternoon.
A fundraiser for Daniel Hovelsrud, 28, has raised almost $20,000 to help him with medical expenses.
The Port of Coupeville is seeking community input about creating an industrial development district.
Firefighters battled a blazing barn as it burned to the ground on North Whidbey early Tuesday morning. There were no animals in the barn on… Continue reading
A bond measure is planned for the February ballot.
At the same time, the number of people getting vaccinated in the county has picked up.
Langley’s newest citizen-led committee will be holding its first meeting this week.
Michael Cheatham of Oak Harbor, 39, has been charged with multiple counts of child molestation.
Two Whidbey residents were injured when a car struck another car that was turning onto Highway 20.
A charitable group that has survived one whole century in Langley will be celebrating this weekend.
Oak Harbor’s growth has impacted the fire and police departments’ abilities to maintain service.
Local paddlers will honor two late teammates in the best way they know — in full dragon boat regalia.
America’s Boating Club of Deception Pass is offering inexpensive crab pots on Saturday, Sept. 18.
Oak Harbor City Council approved two agreements that effectively accept “Angel de la Creatividad.”
The appropriations bill has passed the House of Representatives and awaits review by the Senate.
Future school board meetings will be online instead of in person.
A fight over COVID-19 vaccinations ended with minor injuries, hurt feelings and one man in jail.
Island Transit is installing new air purification systems on all of its buses.