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Norma Smith officially announced her bid for the 10th District Senate seat currently held by Sen. Mary Margaret Haugen.
Whidbey General Hospital's board of commissioners approved a $5 million bond issue Monday night for the Sept.19 ballot.
Local architect Terry LeDesky is looking to the entire community for ways to make the city a better place.
Annamarie Voss harvests lavender at the Sweetwater Lavender farm south of Coupeville.
"There's plenty of material for a local show, officers say."
Another business is entering the battle for gas dollars in Oak Harbor.
"Dr. John Raymond and his wife, Maggie, recently started Whidbey Island Chiropractic, located at 520 S.E. Pioneer Way."
"Downtown Oak Harbor is still a hit-and-miss business environment. But several ideas, many of them familiar, are generating new excitement and hope."
"Oak Harbor-based InterWest Bancorp, Inc. announced Wednesday that it expects to incur $11 million in expenses for the quarter ending June 30."
Wet T-shirt contest tests city's lewd conduct ordinance.
The boarded up Sears kit house remains standing at the entrance to the Greenbank Farm.
New list prioritizes road and transportation projects for Oak Harbor.
Author writes novel and screenplay about life of a '70's military family.
Oak Harbor Elementary School principal Glenda Merwine accepts the job as new principal of Coupeville Elementary.
Being a dairy farmer still requires a lot of faith.
Local police and fire reports
Farmer's markets sprout the length of Whidbey Island.
Washington State Ferries has reversed itself and decided to provide a passenger-only ferry for the Clinton-Mukilteo route during an eight-week construction period next fall.
Sen. Mary Margaret Haugen takes tour of Whidbey's worst intersections.
"The choice of eye doctors for some 5,000 Group Health enrollees on Whidbey Island was narrowed recently. To one."