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Island Scanner Nov. 25 - Dec. 2.
Study finds levels of underwater jet noise are higher than thresholds known to disturb orcas.
Riverside Cafe in downtown Oak Harbor will be giving away 1,000 free burritos Saturday at 11 a.m.
Port leaders plan to ask the community how it wants two century-old buildings to be maintained.
A drunk driver who killed a South Whidbey man in 2015 was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
A local wood artist has been selected to craft an acorn statue out of wood from a 330-year-old tree.
First, boats will suspend service for 13 hours to allow for finishing touches and training.
COVID-19 hampered contact with alleged second victim
Some schools would move to new locations in the school district’s plan for five replacements.
The hospice has been locally managed since 1989.
Island County may be near the front of the line for new vaccines.
Island Scanner Nov. 11- 24.
A registered sex offender molested another child and was sentenced to 90 days of work release.
Photographer John Fisken snapped a few pictures of a surfer on Monday.
The Wednesday meeting is a time for the public to have a say in how the buildings will look.
Final counts showed voters favored Democratic candidates, although some races were tight.
Families who cannot afford gifts this holiday season have an island-wide resource.
WhidbeyHealth will be operating an additional ambulance out of the five available in the North End.
Increasing case numbers in the county have school officials considering a move to at-home learning.