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Island Scanner Oct. 14-19.
Someone stole “The Voice of God” from a Freeland sculpture garden.
Almost half of Island County voters had already voted as of Oct. 26.
The most recent round of funds - nearly $1.7 million - was awarded to the county in early September.
A socially distant candy chute is one man’s idea for a COVID-safe Halloween.
The two candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives challenged each other on issues.
There are plans for 20 new townhomes on two acres of land in Oak Harbor.
South Whidbey School District wants to bring 150 “at-risk” kids back to school.
The average Oak Harbor family’s utility bill will be nearly $200 per month next year.
Water is scheduled to be shut off to three businesses on Monday in Oak Harbor.
The sculpture park features a driftwood dinosaur and gorilla, among other creatures.
Bill Bruch was accused of scamming people out of thousands of dollars in the late 1990s.
Voters will decide between two South Whidbey residents for judge.
A man reported he shot a fawn on Friday night. Someone reported seeing an injured fawn the next day.
The student’s class has stopped in-person learning and were told to self-quarantine for two weeks.
Island County’s new facility will help people with mental health and substance use issues.
County commissioner candidate Damian Greene’s financial and legal trouble is long and complicated.
A 20-by-30 foot float section of Clinton Beach Dock is in danger of floating away.