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After years of complaints, tech giant Apple Inc. acknowledged two major Whidbey Island errors on its mobile map program this week and promised to have at least one of the problems fixed within two months. Island County Commissioner Helen Price Johnson broke the good news late Thursday afternoon with a call to The Record, saying she'd been contacted by a company representative and assured the Langley issue was being addressed.
The Island County Historical Society will screen the recently re-released silent film classic, "In the Land of the Headhunters" this month. This rare film, produced by photographer Edward S. Curtis, was shot in and around the Prince Rupert area of British Columbia, and debuted in 1914. The film portrays a simple love story, but is renowned for the Kwakwaka'wakw actors, who Curtis had dress in their aboriginal cedar bark and animal skin clothing, according to a Thursday news release.
The challenges facing Island Transit go beyond the financial mess that came to light last summer.
Island County will host a number of informal public meetings to discuss the Island County Comprehensive Plan Update, to be completed in 2016. Island County is expected to grow by 9,452 people and 2,031 jobs between now and 2036, according to a news release from the Island County planning department.
The South Whidbey Reign’s rule of the state championship is over after the boys U-19 soccer club lost 3-0 to Seattle United on Feb. 8 in Tukwila.