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Around 7 a.m. on June 13, a Riepma Avenue resident woke up to find Darren E. Hartman in her yard.
The sheeting prevents paint chips and sandblasting materials from falling into the water.
Jeremy Jarvis has begun work on a mural on the courtyard wall of the South Whidbey Community Center.
The Whidbey Camano Land Trust and the Whidbey Institute both have events this Saturday, June 19.
A Coupeville man was killed in a motorcycle accident in Central Whidbey on June 12, the Washington State Patrol reported. Matthew M. Blankenship, 41, was… Continue reading
On June 3, seven deputies with the Island County Sheriff’s Office and a Langley police officer responded to the residence to arrest 20-year-old Christopher Allen.
Island Scanner May 19-25
The city council voted to follow state COVID-19 guidelines instead.
Berry pickers are needed for Bell’s Farm.
The median value of houses in Island County that sold in May 2021 was nearly 30 percent higher than homes sold in May 2020.
Seaside Spa and Salon is asking maskless clients to show proof of inoculation for staff members’ comfort.
Food vendors will still be available at the scaled-back arts and crafts festival.
The Central Whidbey area manager for state parks said the hope is to start construction this fall.
A man sustained third degree burns to his leg from a fire that engulfed a Clinton home Sunday.
Even with the availability of vaccines, only 41 percent of county residents are fully vaccinated.
The council voted 4-3 to reject an amendment to cover the cost of the traffic study.
Richard T. Young pleaded guilty in Island County Superior Court June 4 and got two years in prison.
The sculpture has been mired in controversy since it was presented to the park board in February.
Despite rainy weather, the new market had a high turnout on its opening day.
Wednesday, May 12 At 3:49 p.m., a delivery person reported being bitten by a dog on Calhoun Loop. At 4:28 p.m., an East Fakkema Road… Continue reading