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Midday closure to begin Nov. 26.
Key county land-use issues still up for debate.
Marshall Bronson wears an authentic Lightkeeper Service hat similar to one worn by early 20th century lightkeepers at the Admiralty Head Lighthouse. He is leading a tour of the lighthouse this Saturday as part of the Beach Watcher's Wonders of Whidbey field seminar.
Prosecutors put off a decision on whether to pursue the death penalty against two Anacortes men.
Using Coupeville for a movie will come at a price.
Some question the course charted by Island Ecomomic Development Council director Tom Shaughnessy.
An experts says councilors violated Open Meetings Act while choosing replacement for Hankins.
Everything at the Island County Fair was humming during the first two days of this year's event.
Oak Harbor tobacco lovers now have two places for one-stop shopping.
Owners of certain Firestone tires encouraged to make an appointment for an inspection.
New administrator says he's heard good things about Oak Harbor.
Detectives seek information on key piece of evidence.
Harbor Pride event includes a photo contest.
Landmark sign comes down.
Around 25 dogs and their people gathered for Saturday's Summer Cele-bark-tion at the Island County Off-Leash Dog Park south of Coupeville.
Rene Denman is the first woman to be president of the Oak Harbor Lions Club.
Games draw a good crowd and good comments say organizers.
"I fooled them all, Don Backstrom says. "
37th Annual Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival featured good weather and big crowds.
Oak arbor man pleads guilty to conspiracy to deliver controlled substances