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The Friends of Coupeville Schools are actively promoting and encouraging a “yes” vote on Feb. 5 for the Maintenance and Operations Levy that funds 17 percent of the district’s operating budget.
We are voting YES on the Coupeville School District Maintenance and Operations levy, Feb. 5.
A group of parents, community members, city employees, and school district staff has convened for the first in a series of meetings in an effort to hammer out school bus routes once and for all.
2002 marks the 78th year the Island County Fair has been in existence, although it dates back to 1895. The war years took a toll on the fair as well as the nation and there were a few non-celebratory years.
As parents of two Coupeville High School graduates, we will be voting for the upcoming school levy.
Cattle rustling was rife on North Whidbey in the 1870s.
My wife and I retired in 1995 to Dugualla Bay — into a community that not only shares its water but is, in every way, like a large family living in an atmosphere of quiet tranquility.
I write in response to the “Soundoff” column (Jan. 26), “Orders taken for filth, smut” by Sonny Starks.
Vietnamese doctors study Island EMS and Whidbey General Hospital
County’s not ready for bioterrorism
I am writing in response to the letter in your Saturday edition in which Mr. Stanley Reed criticized the Army for awarding medals to soldiers wearing their combat uniforms.
To fatten this year’s pinched budget, Island County Commissioners approved on Monday a funds transfer from the Solid Waste Department reserves into the county’s coffers.
As a new resident-taxpayer, I have been a quiet observer up until now.
Next Tuesday, residents who live within the Coupeville School District boundaries will decide whether or not to continue supplementing the cost of education with property tax funds.
Thanks for your editorial on Jan. 30 encouraging voters in the Coupeville School District to go to the polls next Tuesday, Feb. 5.
I wish to express my concern over the pay raise the Coupeville Town Council voted to give the mayor.
We have had a home in Dugualla Heights for 14 years.
Cable prices go up as companies add channels, Internet