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Forty people gathered Thursday at the Central Whidbey Sportsmen’s Association to voice their concerns about the shelter.
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.
A steering committee is moving forward with the creation of a master plan for innovative and sustainable workforce housing in Bayview.
There have been several sightings in the skies above of strange lights over the past few years.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Port officials are considering asking voters for a levy to tackle large capital maintenance projects at its historic properties, including the iconic Greenbank Farm and Coupeville Wharf.
City council members voted to raise rates earlier rather than follow the city’s Marina Advisory Board members’ recommendation to wait a few months.
Photo by John Fisken. Christopher Hoppock was among 60 members of the Senior Class Council at Oak Harbor High School who took part in whimsical… Continue reading
Island County government and the three municipalities on Whidbey Island are projected to receive a combined total of $22.32 million through the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.
The decision came after Gov. Jay Inslee’s emergency proclamation telling school districts to figure out ways to give all K-12 students in-person classes for at least 30 percent instructional time.
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
Deputies arrived to the East Henni Road home and found the victim unconscious, struggling to breathe
A 24-year-old Coupeville man wanted on felony warrants in several cases.
The message traveled all the way from Bush Point to Port Townsend.
Protestors asked school leaders to let students return to full-time, in-person instruction despite social distancing guidelines.
House Bill 1236 puts an end to “no-cause evictions.”