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The 44-year-old lost control of her vehicle near Coupeville on Wednesday.
A social organization and historic South Whidbey location wrapped in one recently caught the attention of community members increasingly concerned about its purported association with… Continue reading
The school board voted Thursday to change their reopening plan again so that grades 5-12 will have four full days per week of in-person instruction by the end of April.
Bunny bringing joy to islanders
His new job as the superintendent for the Snoqualmie Valley School District begins July 1.
The county is ranked behind San Juan, King and Whitman counties.
No one was injured by the flames although one of the occupants lost three rats.
First-time offenders will receive a warning. Any further offenses will incur a fine of $150.
The updates are a five-year effort to improve the jamming capacity of the EA-18G Growlers.
The 18-year-old woman is safe after Marysville police arrested her father a couple of hours later.
A Navy helicopter rescued two people Monday night after their small plane crashed earlier that afternoon near Yacolt in Southwest Washington, the state Department of… Continue reading
Student enrollment numbers show increases for South Whidbey and Coupeville school districts.
The female eagle’s injuries were too severe for it to be saved.
The COVID-19 relief package includes more than $122 billion for K-12 education across the nation.
An Oak Harbor man was charged with animal cruelty after a report of a suspicious dog death.
Oak Harbor City Council members have not yet decided whether to accept the sculpture as a gift.
Island Scanner Feb. 25 - March 9.
Forty people gathered Thursday at the Central Whidbey Sportsmen’s Association to voice their concerns about the shelter.
The portable restrooms would be part of an experiment running from May through October.
The resolution will be re-drafted and brought before the city council at another meeting.