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See how students in the Oak Harbor and Coupeville districts did on their state assessment tests last fall
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Links to our local Navy base and to the military in general
The state Department of Transportation's plans for Whidbey's future
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"Even though the United States Supreme Court says they can, Island County and any other Washington law enforcement officers still cannot search passengers in automobiles during traffic stops except in the rarest of circumstances."
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Base celebrates its 60th today
Coupeville resident Ron Bertsch sits on a Penn Cove beach near where a pod of orcas were kept in a pen after their capture 30 years ago. He and a friend sneaked out in the middle of the night and cut the nets open in an attempt to free the whales.
The Pacific Northwest Westsail Owners Association will hold it's annual rendezvous at the Oak Harbor Marina Labor Day Weekend.
"Ligtning-fast advances in computers and communications technologies are changing the face of the world, but are local schools and their students keeping up? Oak Harbor and Coupeville schools say they are moving as fast as they can to enter the computer age, but few say they can move fast enough without more money."