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A shooting left holes in the side of a house but no one was hurt.
The homeowner threw a cigarette butt into a wastebasket. It caught on fire.
It’s the second court victory this year for the Whidbey Environmental Action Network.
The current air quality alert lasts until Thursday at noon.
The last sailing was canceled on Wednesday night as law enforcement responded to the stabbing.
No outdoor burning is allowed in unincorporated Island County, but propane barbecues are OK.
The man is suing for $20 million in damages because of a police-involved shooting three years ago.
The pop-up market will be from noon to 4 p.m Saturday, Sept. 19.
The discussion was put on hold after much debate.
The reccomendations were to help the district comply with state law
James Tait Praefke vanished from the brig at Navy Base Kitsap Bangor 15 years ago.
Day cares and preschools are allowed for in-person activites and have experienced an enrollment boom
The banner has been on a fence near the tennis courts since July 28.
The closure now includes almost all of the west side of the island due to marine biotoxins.
Storms have eroded the dike in recent years, and it needs repairs to protect nearby properties.
Women in need of bras, underwear, and hygiene items can get them for free at an event this Saturday.
Oak Harbor, Coupeville and South Whidbey school districts are offering free meals to all kids
A federal court issued the subpoena for information related to jet noise from NAS Whidbey.
An Oak Harbor man is charged with assaulting a homeless man with a leash and biting a police officer.
A new, permanent, finance director will likely be selected in October.