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The 24-year-old man is being held on $25,000 bail.
An Oak Harbor man will continue to be held in jail after he allegedly violated court orders again.
Island Scanner March 10-23.
The Deer Lagoon Grange has become an unlikely focal point in the culture war on South Whidbey. The foofaraw began last fall when some members… Continue reading
The county is ranked behind San Juan, King and Whitman counties.
A 28-year-old is facing prison time for having child pornography on an online file storage service, according to court records.
The updates are a five-year effort to improve the jamming capacity of the EA-18G Growlers.
It appears that government officials on Whidbey will have a lot of leeway when it comes to spending money from the American Rescue Plan Act.… Continue reading
The 18-year-old woman is safe after Marysville police arrested her father a couple of hours later.
Island Scanner Feb. 25 - March 9.
Since 2017, the Haven has offered a warm, safe place to sleep for people who have no other options for shelter from the storm. A… Continue reading
A steering committee is moving forward with the creation of a master plan for innovative and sustainable workforce housing in Bayview.
There have been several sightings in the skies above of strange lights over the past few years.
Island County government and the three municipalities on Whidbey Island are projected to receive a combined total of $22.32 million through the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.
It’s a little ironic, but perhaps not surprising, that so much of the discussion about racial equality and inclusion on Whidbey Island in recent years… Continue reading
Deputies arrived to the East Henni Road home and found the victim unconscious, struggling to breathe
A 24-year-old Coupeville man wanted on felony warrants in several cases.
As of March 11, nearly 19 percent of Island County residents have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The decision wasn’t a surprise, and it doesn’t directly affect the underlying lawsuits by the state Attorney General’s Office and COER.