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A deer that had been running around Coupeville for weeks is apparently free from its painful burden.
There are no longer just three ferries occupying the waters of Whidbey. A former state ferry known as Evergreen State has taken up temporary residence… Continue reading
The idea of an all-island District 10 has divided opinions among officials.
The Orca Network is asking whale watchers to keep their eyes peeled for a rare sight — a beluga whale.
Local pilots are hopeful the port can revitalize the airport and restore some of its old services.
Yard signs for school board members were arranged to spell a vulgar message on school property.
Rates of COVID-19 among children rose as another child care center was shuttered temporarily.
A domestic violence arrest in Oak Harbor led to the discovery of an illegal automatic weapon.
Prosecutors charged Jethro “Marley” Maffel in Island County Superior Court Oct. 1.
Alternative 1 will allow the Navy to meet current and future training and testing requirements.
Scott Chaplin said he will not accept the city council seat if he ends up winning the election.
Large projects are planned for Whidbey beaches on Navy property and at Deception Pass State Park.
The Whidbey Community Foundation and the Goosefoot Community Fund partnered for the fundraising.
The state ended its 877-764-HERO program where the public could report violators.
Matzen began his 28-year golf coaching career in 1977 when he took over the boys program.
Two people outspoken in their criticism of Oak Harbor’s School Board seek to unseat two incumbents.
A jump in marijuana usage is a phenomenon that’s been seen in Island County since the pandemic began.
The Court of Appeals entered an order to transport Jonathan S. Sage to Island County Superior Court.
Winter sport crabbing opened Oct. 1 through the end of the year in the waters around Whidbey.