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In-person sessions have been canceled as a result.
Coupeville’s business hub is no longer a place for residents or visitors to, well, do their business.
Mayor Bob Severns is recovering after he broke his leg in a boating accident a few weeks ago.
The fate of the controversial artwork may be decided on Tuesday.
Experts are advising residents not to feed Bambi as a precaution against a deadly deer disease.
A busy holiday weekend for the state’s ferry system may be indicative of larger tensions building.
A sale is already pending.
A Whidbey man is facing charges for allegedly threatening a woman and appearing naked in public.
Tyler Rico, 32, a volunteer firefighter and EMT, husband and father passed away on Monday.
The classes, taught by Thomas Bancroft, will take place each Tuesday from Sept. 7 to Oct. 5.
Shellfish harvested from the affected areas after Aug. 16 should be disposed of.
An estimated one in every 123 unvaccinated residents got a confirmed COVID-19 case during one week.
An Oak Harbor teen is home after being treated for a COVID-19 case that developed into pneumonia.
Board members had just approved the agenda when audience members stood and began saying the pledge.
Prosecutors charged Michael L. Surgeon, 34, with assault in the second degree Aug. 25.
Jacque S. Saulsberry, 22, was released from Island County Jail Aug. 24 after posting $10,000 bail.
Summer is winding down, but Whidbey residents can still end the season on a high note.
After a successful fundraising campaign, the Clinton Community Hall is sporting a new roof.