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Here’s a list of what many of Whidbey’s favorite events are doing this year.
A proposal to add “dismantling systemic racism” as a goal in the comprehensive plan has spawned debate
The show will run June 10-20.
Three new blends of coffee are available in stores.
A new resource center opened this week in Freeland.
Community members have until April 1 to answer questions about what programs they would like to see at a proposed aquatics center.
The theater’s newest production includes nine short plays available for streaming at home.
The city’s infrastructure project is currently in Phase 2A.
One resident said the sheer amount of deer urine is “overwhelming” and creates puddles at his door.
T he Cascade Loop, including the Whidbey Scenic Isle Way, is now a National Scenic Byway.
The underwater alternative to the state’s ferry system involves a tunnel 610 feet below sea level.
Jason Blair’s store will have a variety of aquarium fish and aquascapes.
Council members agreed to transfer the sculpture program from the arts commission to the nonprofit.
The city wants to discourage the use of insecticides within city limits although it can’t enforce it.
Grow lights are now powered by solar panels.
Last week WhidbeyHealth had negative 1.7 days of cash on hand for operating expenses.
The council agreed to separate smart meters from the discourse about a forthcoming wireless ordinance.
The letter to the South Whidbey School Board contains 38 signatures.
Two of the four had left by Friday morning.
First and third graders will return to school Feb. 22 and others will be phased back in March.