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The new grants are part of Island County’s efforts to guard against erosion.
Whidbey farmers donated 15 tons of hay to farmers in Eastern Washington this weekend.
Southeast 8th Avenue has been renamed to draw attention to Oak Harbor’s namesake trees.
The new finance director will begin work later this month.
A skilled nursing facility in Coupeville has changed ownership after decades.
The City of Oak Harbor is in the process of buying 5 acres for stormwater system improvements.
The city’s tourism grant funds have taken a hit during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It may seem like getting to the water’s edge would be simple, given that Whidbey Island is surrounded by water, but there can be some… Continue reading
Though it will likely not be located at 940 SE Pioneer Way anymore, one of the oldest bars in the state will hopefully open its… Continue reading
Four North Whidbey firefighters were part of the firefighting effort in California this past week, and smoke from the wildfires has tinged the Whidbey skyline… Continue reading
No one was injured.
North Whidbey Middle School PTA set up 800 lights - one for each student.
A youth sailing club has had trouble constructing a storage shed.
Recreational fires are now permitted.
The sewage treatment plant in Oak Harbor is in need of some costly improvements.
Oak Harbor residents will need to foot the bill for rising costs of sewage plant, garbage service
The local Brothers-IN-Arms Motorcycle Club’s fundraiser is this Sunday, Sept. 27.
Growing Veterans has a fundraiser this Friday at the Blue Fox Drive-In to support local veterans.
The Navy wants to install pipes next to Highway 20 in Oak Harbor to clean up a chemical underground.