- Subscriber Center
- Print Editions
- About Us
Joel Servatius resolved a conflict of interest by paying the Fourth of July parade entrance free.
Oak Harbor residents and visitors have a lot to look forward to in the next few weeks.
The Fish and Wildlife Department has removed more than 250 crab pots from marine areas 8-1 and 8-2.
The burn ban prohibits all outdoor burning, including recreational fires and fireworks.
Thousands of pages digitized and free to view online
Mainsails and spinnakers from about 20 boats will dot the water in Penn Cove from Friday to Sunday.
Any water temperature below 70 degrees should be treated with caution.
Council members voted to discuss the final placement of the sculpture at their Aug. 4 meeting.
The newly renovated Rotary Memorial Bridge was dedicated at Windjammer Park Thursday.
Whidbey has seaweed on its shores and there are many ways an adventurous eater can try a bite.
Oak Harbor’s center for people struggling with mental health issues or substance use opened June 28.
Langley city council members chose Scott Chaplin as the next mayor over Councilmember Thomas Gill.
Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Commander Capt. Matthew Arny will retire in July.
The husband and wife duo opened their poultry farm near Oak Harbor amid the pandemic last year.
Island County will be enforcing a Type I burn ban beginning at noon on June 30.
Ferry riders and park visitors have increased.
The friendly rooster resides on a North Whidbey farm.
Tracy Dietz opened FluffyButt Dog Training at her home just north of Oak Harbor earlier this month.
Only 26.18 percent of responses favored the sculpture, while 70.66 percent said they do not want it.
This Sunday will bring out revelers from all over the island to celebrate the Fourth of July.