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SLIDESHOW | Falcon boys run away against rival Wolves
Jan 22 2013, 3:05 PM
South Whidbey pressured Coupeville from the opening possession and never let as the Falcon boys basketball team defeated the Wolves 54-32 on Jan. 18.
Thomas faces 4 years for role in Douglas murder
Jan 25 2013, 3:47 PM
A former beauty queen pleaded guilty to a plea-bargained charge Thursday, less than a week before she was scheduled to go on trial for first-degree murder.
Langley rebukes Port of South Whidbey over taller marina lights
Jan 27 2013, 11:24 AM
Rebuking Port of South Whidbey President Curt Gordon’s proposal came in six words from Langley’s planning director, Jeff Arango.
“That’s completely inappropriate, to be honest,” Arango told Gordon.
Whidbey Eagles drop thousands on charities
Jan 25 2013, 3:50 PM
Whidbey Eagles #3418 does a lot more than make sure its members have a fine time at the clubhouse off Highway 525 south of Freeland.
South Whidbey resident speaks at flower show
Jan 25 2013, 3:51 PM
South Whidbey resident Elliott Menashe will present an introductory seminar on the topic of wise shoreline and steep-slope management at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show Saturday, Feb. 23 in Seattle.
Langley’s ex-mayor keeps a paying job
Jan 25 2013, 3:53 PM
Larry Kwarsick has pled guilty to falsifying city records in Langley and will spend two weeks in jail next month for the crime, but he still has a job in Coupeville earning $50 an hour.
Langley mayor’s position, salary up for grabs
Jan 25 2013, 3:54 PM
Being the mayor of Langley is now up for application.
‘Mo’s’ ordinance gets Langley council's approval
Jan 25 2013, 3:58 PM
New rules aimed at satisfying Second Street residents’ complaints over Mo’s Pub were unanimously approved by the Langley City Council.
Fake $10 bills passed around Coupeville
Jan 25 2013, 3:59 PM
The Coupeville Marshal’s Office is warning island businesses that it has taken two reports on counterfeit $10 bills being passed in the Coupeville area in the past month.
State eyes new octopus rules
Jan 25 2013, 4:00 PM
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking nominations through Feb. 15 for membership on an advisory group being formed in response to the legal harvest of a giant Pacific octopus in Seattle last October.