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State Rep. Dave Paul secured funding for a pilot program to improve young people’s mental health.
From Nov. 1 through the end of December, town employees will receive an extra $15 per hour.
Dawn Smith and Will Hawkins of Greenbank officially took ownership of Rainshadow Nursery on Oct. 1.
South Whidbey school board candidates attended a forum hosted by the League of Women Voters Oct. 7.
Two former South Whidbey students are contesting for seat four on the South Whidbey school board.
The candidates support COVID mitigation measures but differ in their priorities for the district.
Andrea Downs and Dawn Tarantino are seeking position two on the South Whidbey school board.
Local pilots are hopeful the port can revitalize the airport and restore some of its old services.
Yard signs for school board members were arranged to spell a vulgar message on school property.
Halloween fun in the dark begins at Whidbey Farm and Market.
Each of the three free, online events will center a different area of the island.
Coupeville school board President Kathleen Anderson passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Sept. 22.
More than 100 South Whidbey students walked out of school on Friday to demand climate action.
The Hispanic and Latinx heritage banner hangs where the Black Lives Matter banner used to hang.
Peaceful Valley Learning Center held its first day of school Sept. 13.
The port will continue taking public comments through Oct. 22.
A new landscaping company is specializing in a fast-growing plant that is beautiful and sustainable.
The candidates focused on facility maintenance and the availability of trade-oriented electives.
The church presented Mother Mentors Director Kate McVay with a check for $10,000 on Sept. 12.
A very good boy is searching for a forever home after being abandoned in a field off Highway 20.