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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.
Police were called for an alleged assault after most of the group had left.
“The Hour After Westerly” is free to view online until Jan. 17.
Island County wants to add 6 feet to the northwest side of the road to move it away from the bluff.
Vaccines will be given out according to the state’s distribution plan, not by a community list.
She served for 12 years as an Island County Commissioner. Her term ended on Dec. 31.
The person was not identified through batch testing.
April DiDonna tells Oak Harbor Wendy’s customers she cares.
The dog, Morty, was not seriously injured after slipping down a steep slope in the North End.
The Oak Harbor Preservation Commission has chosen the Neil Tower as its first project.
The Langley Arts Fund raised money for a new piece of public art in Clyde Alley.
The city council passed a resolution in opposition of the Navy’s proposed training in state parks.
The Rev. Kyle Logan is the new priest at Grace by the Sea Anglican Church in Oak Harbor.
Kids will return to a new Boys & Girls Club building in January.
School district leaders met with legislators to talk before the legislative session begins.
The Oak Harbor School Board approved a modified plan for Pre-K through sixth grade classes.
Why did the chicken cross the road? To get you to crack a smile.
There are plenty of light displays all over Whidbey this holiday season.