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Bob Gentz admits he briefly considered bolting from the auditorium Saturday when his name flashed up on the screen at Sound Waters University.
Community Events, February 2016
No one knows how many Native Americans died when a magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunami struck the Washington coast on Jan. 26, 1700. Besides battering the coast, the tsunami surged the entire length of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and reached the northwest shores of Whidbey Island.
Langley’s next planner will need to be a tightrope walker, balancing growth against preservation, emotional intelligence mixed with code acumen and enforcement, organization and communication.
For South Whidbey seniors Rohini Mikkelsen and Chandler Hagglund, the school’s first annual showcase in 2015 was a success in all but one area: attendance. Mikkelsen, the associated student body president, and Hagglund, the class treasurer, are working alongside school administrators and teachers to make this year’s event widely attended.
The Island County commissioners may soon have the flexibility they so desired last year to temporarily ban fireworks in times of extreme drought.