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The former interim director of Port of South Whidbey will be moving on up to help the Port of Coupeville.
The Pacific Northwest Art School is inviting the public to attend its 30-year anniversary celebration and silent auction Saturday night. The event is the major… Continue reading
The weeks leading up to the firing of Port of Coupeville Executive Director Forrest Rambo were wrought with tension for many of the agency’s staff.… Continue reading
Although the windstorm that was forecasted to wreak havoc on Whidbey Island last month didn’t amount to much, it still managed to wipe out the… Continue reading
Coupeville’s Great Pumpkin Race was greater than ever this year, with more than twice the number of participants compared to 2015. The race, now in… Continue reading
With work slated on terminal, no ferries Nov. 5-6 on the Coupeville-to-Port Townsend route
A phony $20 bill that a woman tried to spend at the Coupeville Country Store last week may have come from a movie set, Coupeville… Continue reading
The Coupeville Lions Club has been hard at work since the summer renovating the kitchen shelter at Coupeville Town Park.
Jim Shank, the superintendent of the Coupeville School District, reported a 93.5 percent graduation rate by the Class of 2016 at Monday night’s school board meeting.
A rear-end accident in Coupeville left one woman aching from back pain last week. But it was the loss of a horse that left everyone shaken.
Coupeville’s month of Halloween fun is coming to an end this weekend with a grand finale of events.
The 18th annual Community Thanksgiving Day Dinner will be 12-2:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 24 at the Coupeville Rec Hall.
The new Whidbey Volleyball Club has scheduled a pair of parent/player meetings to answer any questions before team tryouts begin.
The Northwest Board of Basketball Officials is seeking members to referee high school and middle school boys and girls basketball.
After finishing the league season undefeated, the Coupeville High School tennis team continued its mastery over conference foes at the Olympic League 1A Tournament Saturday, Oct. 22, in Chimacum.
Klahowya continued its dominance in soccer in the Olympic League, beating Coupeville 4-0 Saturday, Oct. 22, in Silverdale.
Showing no signs of a letdown after being eliminating from playoff contention in its previous game, Klahowya defeated the Coupeville High School football team 45-12 Friday, Oct. 21, in Silverdale.
The Coupeville High School volleyball team clinched the Olympic League title with a 3-0 win at Port Townsend Thursday, Oct. 20.