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Lending tools, time and willing hands

Hearts & Hammers celebrates 25 years

Council addresses Highlands drainage

Homeowners warn of possible drinking water contamination

11-year-old collects 1,725 pounds of food for Good Cheer Food Bank

When Spencer Jonas turned 4 years old, he asked his friends to bring an item of food to his birthday party to be donated to… Continue reading

Cows stuck in mud | Island Scanner

The following items were selected from reports made to the Island County Sheriff’s Office: Tuesday, April 10 At 3:50 p.m., a truck was reportedly stolen… Continue reading

Island County ranked among healthiest

U.S. News & World Report recently included Island County among its Healthiest Communities Honor Roll. Counties across the nation were placed in peer groups and… Continue reading

It’s an arch but it’s not golden

Renovation of tire store has people guessing

Here comes the sun: Freeland thrift store goes solar

New rooftop solar array lights and warms Community Thrift

County declines grant for Clinton trail

Federal funding for a proposed trail from the Clinton business district to Ken’s Korner will be declined at the request of two of the Island… Continue reading

Suspicious box spotted | Island Scanner

The following items were selected from reports made to the Island County Sheriff’s Office: Saturday, April 7 At 8:22 a.m., a caller reported that 12… Continue reading

County guilty of unfair labor practices

An unfair labor practices complaint against the county has been won by the Island County Deputy Sheriff’s Guild. An examiner with the Public Employment Relations… Continue reading

Bill Plante

WICA again presents ‘Conversation on State of American Politics ’

Reporter Bill Plante to speak in Langley Sunday

Bill Plante

One mistake and 100 years of history

Whidbey writers follow trajectory of Inverted Jenny

Chilly opening days for farmers markets

Langley’s new market opens Friday

Special needs topic of transportation meeting

S. Whidbey May 3 workshop will address barriers

Filing week ends May 18

Not too late to be a candidate

Rules would allow fast food in Freeland

Freeland’s urban zoning will allow for fast food restaurants, but only in certain areas and with design limitations, according to county officials. Island County’s draft… Continue reading

Results of library levy election too close to call

Results are too close to call in Tuesday’s special election for a proposed property-tax levy for Sno-Isle Libraries. The “yes” votes on the measure, which… Continue reading

Library levy is passing

The results are tight, but it looks like a proposed property-tax levy for Sno-Isle Libraries passed in Tuesday’s special election. The measure was on the… Continue reading

Brokers earn specialist designation

Dana Bieber and Dan Fouts with Windermere Real Estate/South Whidbey have earned the Luxury Marketing Specialist designation from Windermere Real Estate, according to a press… Continue reading

  • Apr 27, 2018

Sunday celebration at Deer Lagoon Grange

Darrell Wenzek to be honored

  • Apr 27, 2018