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Unusually high visitor rates are good news for Whidbey Island as the economic impact of tourism is far-reaching.
The Coupeville Lions Club’s annual garage sale will be outdoors to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
This is the second time in three months that someone has removed the controversial banner.
The Institute is combining hors d’oeuvres and responsible land management in one event Aug. 17.
Organizers are excited but still making the safety of guests and vendors a top priority.
The money will be used to replace and restore degrading piles, the beams that hold up the wharf.
The class will cover the benefits of seed saving, growing strategies and processing methods.
Kaia Swegler Richmond ran the two-kilometer women’s steeplechase with a time of 7:26.14.
Between 10 and 20 veterans with wheelchairs will make use of the new ramp.
Adrienne Lyle, her horse and their teammates won the silver medal in the dressage team competition.
Whidbey residents looking for outdoor recreation can visit one of the island’s lesser-known trails.
United Student Leaders removed a controversial online post about school board member Damian Greene.
No one was seriously injured in the structure fire that destroyed a South Whidbey home on Monday.
The event celebrating one year at the Langley location will take place from 1-3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 1.
The high cost and sparse availability of child care are serious public health challenges on Whidbey.
Helen Price Johnson is crediting the vaccine for how mild her case has been.
Damian Greene is threatening legal action against students for an online post he claims is libelous.
Several community members expressed concern that the district doesn’t notify police of every threat.
Whidbey Island firefighters dispatched to wildfires in eastern Washington and Oregon.