Coupeville

Community readying for Thanksgiving potluck

The 18th annual Community Thanksgiving Day Dinner is scheduled for 12-2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 24 as usual at the Coupeville Rec Hall. Come share a… Continue reading

Council approves doubling mayor’s salary in 2017

Coupeville Mayor Molly Hughes will get a large pay raise in 2017. At their meeting last week, the Town Council approved doubling her salary, which… Continue reading

Wolves receive varsity letters, team awards and league honors

Several Coupeville High School athletic teams recently announced their varsity letter winners, team award selections and all-conference choices. Volleyball Volleyball is the only sport in… Continue reading

More Navy jet noise will be coming to Coupeville, draft study shows

Navy leaders prefer that all EA-18G Growler aircraft carrier landing practice occur at the Outlying Field Coupeville in the future. While that won’t happen, the… Continue reading

Restored Sheep Barn gets new designation

The first time Harrison Goodall stepped inside the structure known as the Sheep Barn, he fell through the floor. He returned last Thursday, three years… Continue reading

Town of Coupeville will independently test water for firefighting chemical

Both the Town of Coupeville and the Navy will test the town’s wells for a chemical that may be hazardous to people’s health. The Navy… Continue reading

Smith sets records, but Wolves fall in finale / Football

Smith sets records, but Wolves fall in finale / Football

Although Cascade Christian defeated the Coupeville High School football team 47-8 Friday, Nov. 4, at Mickey Clark Field, the game wasn’t without highlights for the… Continue reading

Smith sets records, but Wolves fall in finale / Football

What should Trump’s first order of business be as president?

What do you think should be Trump's first order of business as president?… Continue reading

Incumbents prevail in early polls

The incumbent candidates in state and county races affecting Whidbey Island were ahead of challengers in the first count of ballots Tuesday night. As expected,… Continue reading

Coupeville merchant recovering after falling from scaffold

A Coupeville merchant is recovering after passing out and falling from scaffolding along Front Street in Coupeville last week. Larry Vail, who owns the Vail… Continue reading

Wolves tripped up at district / Volleyball

The Coupeville High School volleyball team ran out of magic dust at the District 3 1A Tournament Saturday, Nov. 5, in Coupeville. The Wolves, winners… Continue reading

She can dig it: Trujillo leads Wolves into postseason / Volleyball

Defense wins championships. That old sports adage is usually thrown around while discussing football, but it fits for any sport. When the league champion Coupeville… Continue reading

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Poll

If there's a clear winner declared on election day, should the losing candidate concede right away?… Continue reading

New marshal in town

Garden’s newest challenge is patrolling the mean streets of Coupeville as the new town marshal.

Lions hard at work renovating park kitchen shelter

The Coupeville Lions Club has been hard at work renovating the kitchen shelter at Town Park.

Examiner earns second in WNPA general excellence

The Whidbey Examiner won second place for General Excellence in its circulation group in the 2016 Better Newspaper Contest. The contest, put on by the… Continue reading

Port commission violated OPMA, employees say

Port employees say commissioners met outside of a public meeting for nearly two hours last week.

Drug Takeback Saturday

The Marshal’s Office will be accepting any unused prescription drugs 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Oct. 22.

New transitions program teaches living and working skills in Coupeville

Dave Caffarel made himself right at home, finding the couch so cozy, there seemed little point in relinquishing his spot too quickly. Around him was… Continue reading

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