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Despite difficulties filling the positions, the town has no vacancies for the first time in months.
The owner of an Oak Harbor brewing company was killed in a motorcycle accident in Yakima County.
The following reports were compiled from calls made to the Island County Sheriff’s Office: Sunday, July 4 At 11:57 a.m., an Ault Field Road resident… Continue reading
Advocates feel not enough thought went into improving the new terminal’s accessibility problems.
Two men helped a fellow grocery shopper at Saar’s last week by performing CPR after he collapsed.
The drivers of two vehicles that collided in South Whidbey Saturday were not seriously injured.
Nine people were displaced after a fire swept through an apartment building on Northwest Atalanta Way in Oak Harbor on Sunday morning. Firefighters responded to… Continue reading
A possible mishap with a lawn mower sparked a half-acre fire on Green Valley Road on Friday morning.
Sunday, June 27 At 9 a.m., an Eastpoint Drive resident reported that the neighbor’s two Saint Bernards keep jumping on the fence and biting children.… Continue reading
Recent deaths at the Deception Pass Bridge have renewed calls for barriers to prevent more suicides.
Brian Read, 45, of Freeland, pleaded guilty Monday to vehicular assault while under the influence.
The high cost and sparse availability of child care are serious public health challenges on Whidbey.
Money will likely still be coming to county employees, just in a different form.
A man who killed two deputies 34 years ago is still trying to appeal his murder convictions.
Helen Price Johnson is crediting the vaccine for how mild her case has been.
Langley will participate in studies on speeding on Sixth Street and affordability of utility rates.
Damian Greene is threatening legal action against students for an online post he claims is libelous.
An Oak Harbor man threatened to shoot his mother and ex-wife and hit his ex-wife twice with his car.
Joel Servatius resolved a conflict of interest by paying the Fourth of July parade entrance free.