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The $15,000 software is meant to help the city make more informed decisions.
WhidbeyHealth canceled 12,000 vaccine appointments this past week.
The proposal drew both criticism and support from Whidbey Island residents.
The Platypus gained nationwide interest, but it has been hauled away for salvage and destruction.
Three bills designed to keep essential functions of the state running during the COVID-19 pandemic and future emergencies passed unanimously on Jan. 22 in the… Continue reading
A man reportedly pulled a gun on someone during an argument that started at Rite Aid.
“We have a lot of kids who are medically fragile,” said one school nurse.
Oak Harbor school leaders presented plans for bringing grades 7-12 back into class.
The Navy has proposed to use 28 state parks for training purposes. A vote is expected Thursday.
Dr. Howard Leibrand is the third health officer in Island County in a month.
Registration is now open for a class full of theater games, and an improv class for kids.
An 18-cent gas tax increase and a fee on carbon emissions would fund new roads and more.
Ballots for the Oak Harbor Public Schools levy have started arriving for the Feb. 9 vote.
In recognition of Inauguration Day, Whidbey Island man displays flag once flown over White House.
A governmental body dedicated to protecting dirt and natural resources has an election Feb. 2.
A new group is already planning for a new market this spring at Windjammer Park.
Coupeville Mayor Molly Hughes took a look back on the year.
Parents and caregivers can sign up for upcoming classes for training to help prevent suicide.
Island Scanner Dec. 25 - Jan. 1.