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School board members appeared to be in agreement that the bond will need to wait.
Charles A. Beens was charged in Island County Superior Court with theft in the second degree.
Turning on sprinklers became a little more expensive for Coupeville residents as of Friday, Oct. 1.
Each of the three free, online events will center a different area of the island.
Island County Sheriff Rick Felici lifted the ban on outdoor burning as of midnight on Sept. 30.
The state Court of Appeals rejected a cop killer’s challenge to his 1987 conviction.
Deer take the field during Coupeville football game
WhidbeyHealth is asking for its first levy lift for operations in the hospital district’s history.
Coupeville school board President Kathleen Anderson passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Sept. 22.
Hand-in-Hand Early Learning Center will be closed for the next 14 days following an outbreak.
Demolition at the Cornet Bay Marina pier at Deception Pass State Park has begun.
More than 100 South Whidbey students walked out of school on Friday to demand climate action.
The Hispanic and Latinx heritage banner hangs where the Black Lives Matter banner used to hang.
Bob Severns endorsed Shane Hoffmire, who is challenging Councilmember Joel Servatius in November.
A return to wet, cooler weather means campers and s’mores enthusiasts can spark up fires once again.
The two key people in Oak Harbor’s legal department resigned from their positions on the same day.
The port will continue taking public comments through Oct. 22.
The bronze statue had been missing since late 2019 when it was taken out in an accident.
Coupeville utility rates might be increasing soon, and the town council wants to hear your input.