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Whidbey Playhouse’s virtual production can be viewed online Feb. 26-27.
Eighty people signed a letter to the Oak Harbor school board detailing their concerns.
Enrollment had been climbing steadily the previous eight years but is expected to drop next year.
After the News-Times interveiwed her, April DiDonna’s story has gone around the world.
Voters approved the levy with 53.74% voting yes, while 46.26% voted no, according to initial counts.
A 37-foot-tall metal sculpture may go to Windjammer Park although some are skeptical of the gift.
Facility will train mobility service dogs for people who need them
The new contractor was selected after the previous one defaulted on its contract.
School sports may be starting this month for Island County athletes if COVID-19 conditions are met.
The $15,000 software is meant to help the city make more informed decisions.
The proposal drew both criticism and support from Whidbey Island residents.
The Platypus gained nationwide interest, but it has been hauled away for salvage and destruction.
Oak Harbor school leaders presented plans for bringing grades 7-12 back into class.
Patrons can now check out technology just like a library book.
An Oak Harbor woman hoped to save the large tree that is to be cut down for an upcoming renovation.
Several notable projects are planned for this year and next.
Those with comments must register by 5 p.m. on Jan. 20 on the state parks’ website.
Power was knocked out to thousands of customers in the first big storm of the year.
Central Whidbey Island Fire and Rescue is looking to raise $18,580 to buy a CPR tool.
Students in grades 7-12 could be back to hybrid in-person learning in early February.