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The Coupeville boys basketball team wrapped up an undefeated home season with a 61-49 victory over LaConner on Friday night.
Navy supporters plan for the future
As was pretty much expected, voters in Coupeville gave their highly-touted school district the big nod yesterday, passing another four-year maintenance and operations levy with 72.5 percent approval.
The Island County Commissioners each year declare Random Acts of Kindness Week.
When the weather is warm and dry, nothing is more refreshing than a crisp, cold glass of dry white wine. However, when it is as dark and blustery (as it is while I write this), my thoughts turn toward sitting beside a warm fire with a hearty, nourishing meal and a glass of velvety red wine.
Tuesday evening was filled with fun at the first Family Fun Night held at North Whidbey Middle School!
Moms, dads, kids get together at school
When my octogenarian mother could no longer live independently, she moved from the Northeast to California where my sister, a nurse, could look after her. Although Mom was enchanted with the year-round color and diversity of California flora, she missed many of the cool-climate plants of her New Jersey home.
The Oak Harbor boys basketball team had to wait two extra days to face Monroe after the recent snowstorm moved the game to Thursday night.
The Coupeville boys basketball team and their fans used the long ferry trip home from Orcas Island to celebrate clinching the 2001 Northwest A League title.
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Led by a sizzling scoring game from sharpshooter Brianne King, the Coupeville girls basketball team set a new school record with their 17th win of the regular season, a 64-40 victory over Orcas Island on Tuesday.