Jack lies peacefully on one couch cushion stacked atop another, eyes closed, the picture of innocence. Hardly the type of fellow one would suspect of kicking off South Whidbey’s first wild coatimundi chase.
The four-lane Interstate 5 bridge over the Skagit River collapsed about 7 p.m. Thursday, dumping vehicles and people into the water, the Washington State Patrol said.
Marine safety will continue to hit the water with a couple of near antique boats owned by the Island County Sheriff’s Office.
One man’s quest for a different school board seat will cost the school district thousands of dollars.
The Island County Healthy Advisory Board recently recognized Dr. Robert Bishop with the Linda Lee Martens Memorial Health Hero Award of the Year for 2013.
South Whidbey School District board members will roll up their pant legs and walk around the Outdoor Classroom today.
Students will interview Wednesday with the South Whidbey School Board for a position as a student director on the board.
Driving along First Street, the thrust of the area is clear: business.
The signature list of one of the state’s new 64-car ferries was corrected with 80 tons of ballast recently and the other two boats in the class are expected to receive the same improvement later this summer.
A Smart Car made a dumb mistake Friday in Langley when its driver missed the gas pedal, sending the tiny black car into the exterior wall of a wine shop.
A hit-and-run suspect picked the wrong place to turn after leaving the scene of a collision Tuesday morning at Bayview Road and Highway 525.
The observation platform at Keystone Spit will be usable for many years to come thanks to the help and cooperation of Central Whidbey Lions and other organizations.
RECORD STAFF Oak Harbor officials finally found a new site for the city animal shelter.
Humphrey Road parking lot, formerly known as Patty’s Parking, will be closed all day Sunday, May 19, for much-needed re-striping.
Island County may have a new planning chief as soon as next week.
A fire of unknown origin claimed a mobile home on North Whidbey Thursday morning.
A commissioner for Whidbey General Hospital resuscitated the idea this week of asking voters to approve a bond measure.
Langley City Council has a couple of seats to fill come November.
Veteran South Whidbey School District board of directors member Fred O'Neal decided to run again for his position, perhaps after seeing he would have some competition.
When a fire ravaged their home on Anthes Avenue on Friday evening, the Jones/Russell family lost everything — their home, their car, their furniture, clothes, toys for the kids, birth certificates and family photos.