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Island Scanner Nov. 11- 24.
A registered sex offender molested another child and was sentenced to 90 days of work release.
Photographer John Fisken snapped a few pictures of a surfer on Monday.
The Wednesday meeting is a time for the public to have a say in how the buildings will look.
Final counts showed voters favored Democratic candidates, although some races were tight.
Families who cannot afford gifts this holiday season have an island-wide resource.
WhidbeyHealth will be operating an additional ambulance out of the five available in the North End.
Increasing case numbers in the county have school officials considering a move to at-home learning.
Although the pandemic has hurt the local economy, unemployment numbers are gradually improving.
The judge declared a mistrial in a child rape case involving a retired Navy pilot from Oak Harbor.
Altercation took place on ferry in September
The accreditation didn’t change how officers do their jobs, but does include important adjustments.
A Coast Guard rescue swimmer swam a man to shore in Oak Harbor after his boat capsized Sunday.
18 people have tested positive for coronavirus at a long-term care facility in Oak Harbor.
Although essential-only travel is urged, Washington State Ferries cautions people catching a state ferry over Thanksgiving weekend to be aware that routes may be busy… Continue reading
Sno-Isle Libraries is tentatively moving forward with plans to remodel and update the Langley Library to improve its accessibility under the Americans with Disabilities Act… Continue reading
A domestic assault trial was delayed after a defense attorney was exposed someone with COVID-19.
An Oak Harbor man accused of domestic violence had guns hidden all over his house.
Oak Harbor City Council members and Mayor were surprised by the Mayor Pro-Tem’s prior announcement.
The woman needed both legs amputated above the knee and has filed a lawsuit for damages.