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Although the pandemic has hurt the local economy, unemployment numbers are gradually improving.
The judge declared a mistrial in a child rape case involving a retired Navy pilot from Oak Harbor.
Altercation took place on ferry in September
The accreditation didn’t change how officers do their jobs, but does include important adjustments.
A Coast Guard rescue swimmer swam a man to shore in Oak Harbor after his boat capsized Sunday.
18 people have tested positive for coronavirus at a long-term care facility in Oak Harbor.
Although essential-only travel is urged, Washington State Ferries cautions people catching a state ferry over Thanksgiving weekend to be aware that routes may be busy… Continue reading
Sno-Isle Libraries is tentatively moving forward with plans to remodel and update the Langley Library to improve its accessibility under the Americans with Disabilities Act… Continue reading
A domestic assault trial was delayed after a defense attorney was exposed someone with COVID-19.
An Oak Harbor man accused of domestic violence had guns hidden all over his house.
Oak Harbor City Council members and Mayor were surprised by the Mayor Pro-Tem’s prior announcement.
The woman needed both legs amputated above the knee and has filed a lawsuit for damages.
A woman who stabbed her partner during a Nov. 13 power outage has been officially accused of murder.
As COVID-19 case numbers continue to increase sharply across the county and state, Whidbey Island has also been experiencing an escalation of the virus. At… Continue reading
What appeared at first to be a minor blaze still caused an estimated $30,000 in damage to the home.
High winds knock out power islandwide
Thanksgiving dinners may be canceled for many this year because of the pandemic, but there is help available for people in need. One of the… Continue reading
A 38-year-old woman is accused of stabbing her fiance multiple times with a kitchen knife and causing fatal injuries during a Friday, Nov. 13 power… Continue reading
A new contractor may take over the project in the spring, says WSDOT.
The contest in the 10th District emerged as one of the year’s most expensive electoral battles