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The Fish and Wildlife Department has removed more than 250 crab pots from marine areas 8-1 and 8-2.
Island becomes backup after Michigan locale falls through.
Ferry riders and park visitors have increased.
Whidbey Island will soon receive millions of dollars of American Rescue Plan funding.
Berry pickers are needed for Bell’s Farm.
The two “Big Guns” at Fort Casey Historical State Park are undergoing a major makeover for the first time since they were brought to Whidbey… Continue reading
A Coupeville food bank was the recipient of a sizable donation after 25 Scouts BSA members collected more than 1,000 food items. Members of Troop… Continue reading
Neighbors shared their comments, concerns and criticism of the Whidbey Homeless Coalition’s proposed overnight emergency shelter on Morris Road near Coupeville during a meeting last… Continue reading
Candidates must file for the election May 17-21.
Another delay in two-boat service means Coupeville ferry riders will need to squeeze onto one boat until at least June 27.
There are as many as 30 businesses looking for help in Langley alone.
The Coupeville Historic Waterfront Association will set up a donation fund for Currents Bistro.
The Whidbey Island Hospital District is discontinuing its Home Health Care program after 32 years.
The 44-year-old Oak Harbor man was sentenced to 20 months in prison.
The new schedule allows for more in-person instruction.
Port commissioners are considering creating an industrial development district.
The old concrete cistern hasn’t been utilized for 25 years.
The ferry system should have a better idea in the next few weeks if the second boat will be delayed beyond June 6.
The Coupeville Farmers Market opened last weekend and more markets are coming up.
Mendoza, 32, and Brandon Ezell, 33, both graduated from Island County Superior Court’s adult Drug Court on April 8.