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Charlie Davies, case manager for South Whidbey Academy, won’t have an office for the 2016-17 school year. He doesn’t want one either. His “desk” will be wherever students are.
A 35-year-old man is being held in Island County jail on $250,000 bail after he allegedly raped a Freeland woman in her home Aug. 20, according to court documents.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s free fishing days ended yesterday, but at least anglers and hunters can take comfort in knowing their personal information is now secure. The department resumed the sale of fishing and hunting licenses, as well as the state Discover Passes, on Saturday after temporarily suspending the sale of the licenses due to a breach in an outside vendor’s security system.
If there’s one thing the South Whidbey girls soccer team has going for it this season, it is team cohesion. The Falcons are primed to hit the ground running when they take the field in a jamboree at Oak Harbor High School on Sept. 1.
Puget Sound Energy customers beware — there are scammers demanding payment for delinquent utility bills. Puget Sound Energy sent out an email on Friday alerting their customers to the scam. According to the email, the scammers are targeting primarily small-business owners and pretending to be company employees collecting payment for overdue bills. The scammers threaten to cut off service of Puget Sound Energy utilities if they don’t pay immediately with a prepaid card or provide credit card information.