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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.
Winter storms during the past two years have inundated Clinton Beach with driftwood.
WhidbeyHealth Family Birthplace officials said some mothers will be referred to other hospitals.
Councilmembers voted against shells, smoke bombs, sparklers and their ilk last spring in a 4-1 vote.
Crabbers have two chances this month to learn tips and tricks before the season opens on July 1.
The city of Anacortes announced Thursday that its customers no longer needed to conserve water.
North Whidbey residents have been asked to voluntarily reduce water usage.
Capt. Eric Hanks has been selected to replace Capt. Matthew Arny.
Rowers of all ages may be coming to Windjammer Park in Oak Harbor, if a local club’s plans work out.
Whidbey Island will soon receive millions of dollars of American Rescue Plan funding.
Jean Cravy’s SWE class got a hands-on look at three ways to create power without fossil fuels.
The sheeting prevents paint chips and sandblasting materials from falling into the water.
Kathy Hawn posts all 911 emergency dispatches she hears in her Facebook group, Alert Whidbey 2.0.
The council voted 4-3 to reject an amendment to cover the cost of the traffic study.