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Spooky season is back in swing and there are plenty of events that promise a ghoulishly good time.
Voters will choose between someone with a decade-long incumbency and a newcomer to local politics.
Interim Superintendent Karst Brandsma said 30 students and six staff members had COVID-19.
Gabrielle Robles is taking guests on a Haunted History Tour of Whidbey Island on Oct. 29 and 30.
Some employees may leave their jobs because they won’t comply with the governor’s vaccination mandate.
Winter sport crabbing opened Oct. 1 through the end of the year in the waters around Whidbey.
Hand-in-Hand Early Learning Center will be closed for the next 14 days following an outbreak.
Demolition at the Cornet Bay Marina pier at Deception Pass State Park has begun.
After a summer of hard work, seven female athletes broke 11 school records by lifting heavy.
A viral TikTok challenge has touched Whidbey, but the trend was short-lived.
By the next day, the boat had washed ashore on the Navy’s property in Crescent Harbor.
The driver’s passenger made it through mostly unscathed.
High school sports are back in full swing, but a lack of qualified referees could spell trouble.
A fundraiser for Daniel Hovelsrud, 28, has raised almost $20,000 to help him with medical expenses.
Navy wife’s new business a big hit for deployments, anniversaries
Firefighters battled a blazing barn as it burned to the ground on North Whidbey early Tuesday morning. There were no animals in the barn on… Continue reading
A bond measure is planned for the February ballot.
Oak Harbor’s growth has impacted the fire and police departments’ abilities to maintain service.
Island Transit is installing new air purification systems on all of its buses.
More than 1,000 runners will be on the road this Sunday for the Whidbey Island Marathon and the event’s companion races. The marathon will begin… Continue reading