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The public has an opportunity to help preserve a bit of Central…
As Sarah Richards looked over her fields, just some of her estimated…
Some of Coupeville’s four-legged residents are a bit ornery these days, and…
Former Whidbey Telecom employee Chris Michalopoulos is the new executive director for…
The Port of Coupeville established a policy offering a 50 percent discount…
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Citing a state whistle-blower law, the former executive director for the Port…
The Coupeville Town Council will hold a special workshop to discuss the…
The Port of Coupeville is looking to hire a professional consultant to…
Coupeville will go into the coming year with a budget reflecting additional…
Whidbey Island had to batten down the hatches Thursday for its first big storm of the season.
The Greenbank Farm has its first casualty as a result of ongoing turmoil between the Port of Coupeville and Greenbank Farm Management Group. For the first time in at least 20 years, there will be no Holiday Market at the farm.
Port of Coupeville commissioners took strides Monday toward taking over management of the Greenbank Farm.
A lawsuit claiming the Port of Coupeville violated the Open Public Meetings Act has been dropped by the complainant. “I can’t find the smoking gun,” said Diane Paul, who filed the lawsuit in Island County Superior Court last month. Paul alleged commissioners Marshall Bronson and John Carr had discussed a vote to terminate negotiations with the Greenbank Farm Management Group prior to the July 8 port meeting.
The future of the Greenbank Farm remains uncertain as tenant leases are unresolved and officials can’t agree on a direction. As a result, the commissioners for the Port of Coupeville will hold a special meeting next week to further discuss the issues. It is scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 21 at the Coupeville Masonic Lodge.
Administrators for Whidbey Animal Improvement Foundation are still catching their breath after a whirlwind week of moving into a new 12,544 square foot shelter.
After 20 years with Whidbey General Hospital, spokeswoman Trish Rose has left her position to work for Naval Hospital Oak Harbor.
Any hopes that the Greenbank Farm Management Group could continue in an advisory role over the farm were dashed Monday night as the farm management group said it’s done.
A Coupeville resident filed a petition against the Port of Coupeville Tuesday claiming two of the three commissioners violated the Open Public Meetings Act.
The Greenbank Farm community is still reeling from the 2-1 vote by the Port of Coupeville last week to terminate negotiations with the Greenbank Farm Management Group.
Whidbey General Hospital is one step closer to construction this summer of a $50 million expansion project.
Rumors about a future partnership between the Port of Coupeville and Washington State University may turn out to be true. After being directly questioned by a member of the public, port Commissioner Marshall Bronson confirmed at a meeting last week that he’s been having ongoing conversations about the possibility of WSU coming to the port-owned Greenbank Farm. He also said WSU would like to hold a public meeting about the idea.
After nearly six months of negotiating, a contract for management of Greenbank Farm was approved Wednesday, dispelling rumors that the publicly-owned farm was at risk of being closed.
When Lynda Eccles was first diagnosed with breast cancer, she’d already lost one sister to the disease and watched another go through the same diagnosis six months prior.
One of three applicants for recreational marijuana-based businesses on Whidbey Island is withdrawing its application. Ester Bandelin Rodriguez said the planned Coupeville-based Salish Sea Industries is withdrawing its land-use permit request due to federal regulation conflicts.
The Penn Cove Water Festival will once again honor the region’s Native American heritage with canoe races, performances and education. The festival allows Northwest tribes to share their heritage through tribal dancing, singing, storytelling, native artists’ booths and demonstrations.
The fate of one of Whidbey Island’s long-standing festivals is up in the air.
Members of Whidbey Island Kite Fliers are crossing their fingers for decent wind this weekend.
In a town filled with historic treasures, some are out for the world to see while others are hidden in plain sight.
Coupeville is gearing up for a weekend of fun and creativity with the annual Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival.
Kimberly Hoctor made three sales before she even opened her Coupeville store June 15.