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Thanksgiving dinners may be canceled for many this year because of the pandemic, but there is help available for people in need. One of the… Continue reading
While visiting a fundraiser at HomePlace at Oak Harbor Memory Care, Mackenzie Ball learned that some seniors had not received visitors since February. She said… Continue reading
Long-term capital projects, property tax increase among considerations
A new contractor may take over the project in the spring, says WSDOT.
A World War II from Freeland reflects on memories from his time in service.
Oak Harbor City Council is concerned about morale, transparency and other issues among staff.
Viewers can watch the porgram on Nov. 11 begining at 11 a.m. on local social media and channel 10.
The city is trying to change the zoning of its 75-acre property so it can become a park.
Whidbey’s thrift stores have seen an influx of donations during the pandemic.
Whidbey’s only electric school bus will be driving the streets of Oak Harbor soon.
Jonathan Peregrino will compete on the new season of Holiday Baking Championship airing Nov. 2.
The media monitoring software will hopefully help the city make decisions, staff said.
The two candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives challenged each other on issues.
There are plans for 20 new townhomes on two acres of land in Oak Harbor.
Proceeds from ticket sales to the Spooky Museum will go toward the Save the Roller Barn effort.
The average Oak Harbor family’s utility bill be nearly $200 per month next year.
Water is scheduled to be shut off to three businesses on Monday in Oak Harbor.
Island County’s new facility will help people with mental health and substance use issues.
Yolanda Rodarte just wanted to make her daughter proud, so she opened a restaurant. Rodarte knew she wanted to own her own restaurant, and her… Continue reading
Halloween is going to be different this year. Here’s a list of COVID-safe events.