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Following long tradition, The Record visited South Whidbey Elementary School to gobble with students about Thanksgiving.
Island police and Puget Sound Energy are warning Whidbey residents to beware of phone scammers who are targeting utility customers.
If a funicular on the Cascade Avenue Bluff in Langley becomes a reality, it may resemble a San Francisco-style trolley. Mayor Fred McCarthy updated the city council at its Nov. 17 meeting on options and cost estimates for the proposed rail and tram transport system down the bluff to the marina. The city has argued it needs a way to move people and their gear from South Whidbey Harbor and the parking areas up the hill on Sixth Street.
Editor, It’s not a matter of “if” the Outlying Field Coupeville will close, it’s more a matter of “when” it’s going to close and I believe each of us on the island needs to be making plans and preparations for that eventuality. It was the right thing to build in the early 1940s when it was first developed and it served its purpose admirably.
Editor, I was distressed to read the letter vilifying folks who didn’t vote — to be fair, many have been pummeled into a sense of hopelessness by the minions of the wealthy. Rise up, throw off the feelings of helplessness!