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Central Whidbey Fire & Rescue tries sleek new helmets

It looks more like a motorcycle helmet, is lighter weight, offers a reduced profile and improved balance. But there’s one barrier standing in the way… Continue reading

Wolves lose two non-league games / Boys basketball

Wolves lose two non-league games / Boys basketball

The Coupeville High School boys basketball team received a look of what it could face in the postseason in a pair of non-league losses over… Continue reading

Wolves lose two non-league games / Boys basketball

Cold-shooting Coupeville falls to BC / Girls basketball

Sometimes, nothing seems to go right. Such was the case in Coupeville’s 49-14 loss in girls basketball at Bellevue Christian Friday, Dec. 16. The Wolves… Continue reading

Navy water test results raise fears in Central Whidbey

Navy water test results raise fears in Central Whidbey

A water sample from a well at a former fire training area at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island tested for a potentially toxic chemical at… Continue reading

Navy water test results raise fears in Central Whidbey
Justin Kelly, left, and Benjamin Stockham play brothers in pursuit of a lost family fortune on a remote island in the independent film “Lost & Found,” written, produced and directed by South Whidbey High School graduate Joseph Itaya. Before its widespead release, the movie will be shown at The Clyde in Langley on Dec. 27. Photo provided by Lost & Found

Whidbey-inspired film about to hit big screen

A special showing of “Lost & Found” will take place at The Clyde in Langley Dec. 27, including an appearance by the movie’s producer and director.

Justin Kelly, left, and Benjamin Stockham play brothers in pursuit of a lost family fortune on a remote island in the independent film “Lost & Found,” written, produced and directed by South Whidbey High School graduate Joseph Itaya. Before its widespead release, the movie will be shown at The Clyde in Langley on Dec. 27. Photo provided by Lost & Found
Wolves snare first win, avenge earlier loss / Boys basketball

Wolves snare first win, avenge earlier loss / Boys basketball

There was a lot to like about Coupeville’s 53-41 win over visiting Klahowya in high school boys basketball Tuesday, Dec. 13. It was the Wolves’… Continue reading

Wolves snare first win, avenge earlier loss / Boys basketball

Ailing Wolves earn feel-good win / Girls basketball

A few of the members of the Coupeville High School girls basketball team were under the weather, but the Wolves had the right medicine to… Continue reading

Coupeville names new student school board representative

Laurence Boado admitted it was a little nerve-racking fielding questions from the Coupeville School Board. All eyes were on Boado, a Coupeville High School junior,… Continue reading

Navy tests show contamination in two Central Whidbey wells

The Navy is providing bottled drinking water to two homes on Central Whidbey and at least one on North Whidbey after preliminary tests showed the… Continue reading

David Rawes Vaughan: Dec. 30, 1936-Oct. 25, 2016

David Vaughan, 79, longtime resident of Coupeville, Wash passed away on Oct. 25. He was born in San Francisco on Dec. 30, 1936 to Basil… Continue reading

Holiday House preparing for season of giving

Volunteers are hard at work this week decorating and organizing for the annual Holiday House giving program, which opens Saturday. Having served 575 children in… Continue reading

Oak Harbor, Coupeville EIS meetings draw much different crowds

Navy public meetings held to inform the public may have resulted in attendees leaving with more questions than answers. Last week, Navy officials conducted a… Continue reading

Central Whidbey Fire & Rescue bond would fund station renovation, rig replacements

Central Whidbey fire district proposes bond to expand station, replace three aging apparatus

Festival association awards $31K in community grants

The Coupeville Festival Association awarded more than $31,000 in community grants last week to 10 organizations. Several of this year’s grants went to projects aimed… Continue reading

Poll

What would you like to see Town of Coupeville accomplish in 2017?… Continue reading

Falcons stop Wolves in rivalry game / Girls basketball

South Whidbey jumped on the host Coupeville High School girls basketball team early, outscoring the Wolves by 14 points in the first half, for a… Continue reading

Coupeville loses two over the weekend / Boys basketball

The Coupeville High School boys basketball team dropped a pair of games over the weekend, losing 48-37 at Klahowya in an Olympic League contest Friday,… Continue reading

Slow-starting Wolves recover to beat Chimacum / Girls basketball

Slow-starting Wolves recover to beat Chimacum / Girls basketball

Overcoming a shaky first half, the Coupeville High School girls basketball team defeated visiting Chimacum 41-28 in the Olympic League opener Wednesday, Dec. 7. The… Continue reading

Slow-starting Wolves recover to beat Chimacum / Girls basketball

Chimacum clips Coupeville in conference opener / Boys basketball

The Chimacum and Coupeville high school boys basketball teams took turns dominating quarters in the conference opener at Chimacum Wednesday, Dec. 7, and the Cowboys… Continue reading

Traces of firefighting chemical show in town well testing

Results from the Town of Coupeville’s independent testing of its water supply for Navy firefighting chemicals at Keystone and Fort Casey wells came back this… Continue reading

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