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Island Scanner Sept. 26 - 30
The new grants are part of Island County’s efforts to guard against erosion.
Online classes were cancelled and many businesses were impacted across Whidbey and Fidalgo islands Monday when Comcast internet went out. Nick McDonald, a spokesman for… Continue reading
Whidbey farmers donated 15 tons of hay to farmers in Eastern Washington this weekend.
The new finance director will begin work later this month.
It will take about 10-12 weeks to process all the applications, which is a little slower than usual.
The two candidates are running for Congress in the Second District.
Island Scanner Sept. 18 - 25.
An issue that garnered differing opinions concerned the inherent inequality in online-only education
A skilled nursing facility in Coupeville has changed ownership after decades.
The potential service reduction was just an exercise to identify ways to cut costs.
An event this Saturday in Oak Harbor encourages people to “pack this park full.”
The average family’s bill could go up by $110 next year.
The City of Oak Harbor is in the process of buying 5 acres for stormwater system improvements.
The city’s tourism grant funds have taken a hit during the COVID-19 pandemic.
No teachers have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Whidbey’s public schools saw enrollment drop for the 2020-21 school year, but all three districts were prepared for the decline. Oak Harbor School District is… Continue reading