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"The three patrol cars that make up the Coupeville Marshal's Office may soon get some new bells and whistles, so to speak."
A new event - called Love Infusion - will celebrate the summer solstice at the Greenbank Farm
"Oak Harbor High School seniors Heather Tremblay and Lynn Kulpa celebrated not only their graduation Monday, but also a friendship that has lasted since kindergarten."
Business and pleasure are the focus of two proposals headed for Coupeville's Town Council.
Coupeville Elementary kids put Big Bad Wolf on trial.
"Only a few searchers were left at Deception Pass State Park on Friday evening, about 48 hours after a 12-year-old boy disappeared while hiking with his family."
Officials at Washington State Ferries have made some cuts to the Keystone ferry schedule.
Deception Pass State Park planners say less is better.
A 22-year-old Oak Harbor who recently pleaded guilty to rape of a child in the second-degree will likely get treatment instead of prison time.
"Big changes may lie ahead, say some Oak Harbor grads."
Oak Harbor's Ryan Richards is ready to take on the world.
"Despite the objections of residents, the Oak Harbor City Council followed the advice of city staff and voted 6-1 to annex 80 acres into the city Tuesday night."
Prices are not equal at local grocery stores.
Coupeville has three valedictorians this year.
Help may be coming for local business in the form of new marketing efforts and meetings to hammer out the differences between business needs and governmental policy.
"A little more than six months ago, the managers of New Leaf were thinking they'd have to move. Yet today, New Leaf owns its former rental, a three-story, 4,900-square-foot building on Fidalgo Avenue, and is in the process of remodelling it."
The job of cop on campus at Oak Harbor High School may be in jeopardy next year unless the city and school district can work out a new way to pay for it.
Whidbey Playhouse's Dial M for Murder has a nice ring to it.
Whidbey General Hospital Emergency Medical Services Manager Roger Meyers is excited about the new Oak Harbor paramedic quarters currently under construction at 800 N.E. 7th Ave.
"Charles Evans, 95, was a raw recruit when the U.S. Army posted him to Fort Casey, back in the early 1920s. It was a quiet time, between world wars. On Saturday, June 10, the Seattle man will get a hero's welcome when he returns to Fort Casey as a guest of honor at the fort's 100th anniversary celebration."