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The bear nicknamed “Whidbey the Pooh” appears to be sticking around longer than expected.
Coupeville hasn’t had a retail pharmacy in town since Linds Pharmacy closed more than six years ago.
A viral TikTok challenge has touched Whidbey, but the trend was short-lived.
RJ Benner has been named the publisher of the Whidbey News-Times and the South Whidbey Record.
By the next day, the boat had washed ashore on the Navy’s property in Crescent Harbor.
The 14-day case rate for Sept. 2-15 was 281 per 100,000 people.
The driver’s passenger made it through mostly unscathed.
The candidates focused on facility maintenance and the availability of trade-oriented electives.
Clam and mussel seasons generally run through August and September, but not this year.
The church presented Mother Mentors Director Kate McVay with a check for $10,000 on Sept. 12.
A pop-up blood drive is planned at First United Methodist Church in Oak Harbor on Sept. 30.
South Whidbey resident Eric Hood has collected around $1 million in Public Records Act lawsuits.
The buses weren’t seriously damaged and were able to complete their routes later in the afternoon.
A fundraiser for Daniel Hovelsrud, 28, has raised almost $20,000 to help him with medical expenses.
The Port of Coupeville is seeking community input about creating an industrial development district.
Firefighters battled a blazing barn as it burned to the ground on North Whidbey early Tuesday morning. There were no animals in the barn on… Continue reading
A bond measure is planned for the February ballot.
At the same time, the number of people getting vaccinated in the county has picked up.