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A deputy with the Island County Sheriff’s Office found the suspect, later identified as Peter Clark, hiding in bushes, armed with two hammers.
Prosecutors charged Sean A. Gaffney, 32, with looking at, possessing and sending child pornography.
The Washington State Auditor’s Office found Coupeville School District committed an accounting error.
A South Whidbey woman and three others were injured in a four-car accident on Interstate 5.
WhidbeyHealth will no longer accept Amerigroup Washington insurance at some clinics as of July 1.
Jeromy K. Ladwig, 40, appeared in Island County Superior Court telephonically from prison to be resentenced. His sentence was cut from 12 years to five years and a month.
The positions with no candidates are seats on the boards for the Port of Coupeville and South Whidbey Fire/EMS, as well as various water and sewer districts.
Island Scanner May 5-11
The new venture is a collaboration between Penn Cove Brewing Company and South Whidbey resident Randy Urquhart.
Nine candidates are seeking three positions on the South Whidbey School Board.
Douglas “Bernie” Upchurch is the new Island County assessor and will serve at least until the end of the year.
The body of an experienced diver was found May 4.
The Skagit County Multi-Agency Response Team is investigating the death.
Candidate filing week runs May 17-21.
An attorney’s investigation into the Coupeville school superintendent for alleged bias and retaliation largely exonerated him, according to the report on the inquiry.
The car went through a building, struck a “Zodiac type boat” and came to rest against the far wall, the deputy’s report states.
Arnold F. Bodner, 58, pleaded guilty in Island County Superior Court April 16 to a single count of insurance false claim, which was a felony charge because the amount of the claim exceeded $1,500.
People can have a tree planted in memory of a loved one, who doesn’t have to be buried in the cemetery, for a donation of $100.
The wrinkle in the good news for Whidbey Island and the nation is that demand for vaccinations is decreasing, which is very bad news for public health and businesses.
The training is needed as part of the unit’s certification for deployment and is in accordance with established military training and readiness requirements.