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Island County wants to add 6 feet to the northwest side of the road to move it away from the bluff.
The group’s raised $5,550 in donations for the North Whidbey Help House.
Vaccines will be given out according to the state’s distribution plan, not by a community list.
A Whidbey nonprofit is hoping to ease some of the financial burden for new parents.
Ellie Shiloh Brown is Coupeville’s newest resident.
Some big changes may be coming to Catalina Park and other areas.
She served for 12 years as an Island County Commissioner. Her term ended on Dec. 31.
A look back on a year unlike any other.
The person was not identified through batch testing.
The dog, Morty, was not seriously injured after slipping down a steep slope in the North End.
The Oak Harbor Preservation Commission has chosen the Neil Tower as its first project.
Island Scanner Dec. 7-14.
September sales tax receipts were 20 percent higher than the same month a year ago.
The Point in Time Count for 2020 recorded 143 people that were homeless in Island County.
Several staff from Island County Public Health quit, so state contact tracers have stepped in.
The man was apprehended by police after a car chase in North Whidbey a few days later.
Island Scanner Dec. 3-7.
The grants were given to groups that will work to rebuild a tourism economy hurt by the pandemic.
The Rev. Kyle Logan is the new priest at Grace by the Sea Anglican Church in Oak Harbor.
Kids will return to a new Boys & Girls Club building in January.