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Organizers hope the event will support local farms.
The fire district is asking voters for a 15-cent levy lid lift for equipment upgrades in November.
It’s a completely mobile business.
The last sailing was canceled on Wednesday night as law enforcement responded to the stabbing.
No outdoor burning is allowed in unincorporated Island County, but propane barbecues are OK.
Ryan Nefcy has built a reputation as Whidbey’s go-to guy for all things buggy through Facebook.
The closure now includes almost all of the west side of the island due to marine biotoxins.
Women in need of bras, underwear, and hygiene items can get them for free at an event this Saturday.
Oak Harbor, Coupeville and South Whidbey school districts are offering free meals to all kids
Mary F. Bakeman completed the swim in one hour and four minutes.
$22 mil project was originally slated to be completed this fall
The small, K-8 school has about 70 students enrolled.
Three Coupeville Wolves spent a week battling the flames in eastern Washington.
Two Coupeville residents have received statewide recognition for their efforts at Fort Casey Historical Park. Cheri and David Anderson are Washington State Parks 2019 volunteers… Continue reading
Thrill-seekers rejoice: Skimboarding may become your next adventure. Skimboarding, or skimming, is a board sport where riders glide across the top of a wave as… Continue reading
A few lucky boaters in Penn Cove got quite the show when a common dolphin was spotted splashing in the afternoon on Wednesday, Aug. 19.… Continue reading
The island’s first (legal) distillery, Whidbey Island Distillery in Langley, turns 10 on Sunday. Owners Beverly and Steve Heising turned their 9-acre property into a… Continue reading
Eating shellfish harvested from a wide swath of Whidbey Island beaches can have some nasty health effects, state officials are warning. Because of high levels… Continue reading