- Subscriber Center
- Print Editions
- About Us
Altercation took place on ferry in September
Central Whidbey Fire and Rescue will resume their traditional Santa Mobile tours soon.
Dredging is expected to last for nine weeks.
Two Whidbey residents recently received awards from the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia, recognizing their services to their parishes. Molly Felder-Grimm, a parish administrator at St.… Continue reading
The group is gearing up to make 700 meals and is looking for volunteers.
The school will re-evaluate its reopening plans in January 2021.
It’s pumpkin pie in a glass.
The student’s class has stopped in-person learning and were told to self-quarantine for two weeks.
Nearly a dozen historic properties in Central Whidbey will receive a total of $66,000 in grants from the Ebey’s Forever Fund for 2018. Now in… Continue reading
Farmers have little time for chit-chat. If it’s not planting time, it’s harvest time, or it’s time to clean the barn or order seed or… Continue reading
Coupeville Town Council assigned a committee to review use and rate structures at the Rec Hall. The committee was appointed after Mayor Molly Hughes raised… Continue reading
Jackie Bartsch has been getting a lot of lookie-loos in the last several months as she slowly makes renovations to her newest business venture. “A… Continue reading
The Port of Coupeville is taking steps to place a levy lid lift on the November ballot. Commissioners discussed the plan further during a workshop… Continue reading
Owners of a new interior design store want their shop to be as warm and welcoming as the Greenbank Farm community they just joined. Seaside… Continue reading
The annual Coupeville Lions Scholarship Auction Saturday was an evening filled with laughter, competition and giving back. The new emcee, self-proclaimed “Conductor of Fun” Jim… Continue reading
Both replacement levies for the Coupeville School District are passing by a landslide. The district’s Maintenance and Operations/Enrichment Levy is passing with 1,793 votes, or… Continue reading
A handful of tickets remain available for Saturday’s Coupeville Chocolate Walk. For the third year, participants can spend a Saturday strolling through the historic seaside… Continue reading
Of three candidates who applied to fill a vacancy on Coupeville Town Council, the relative newcomer was appointed to the seat. Rick Walti retired in… Continue reading