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The request spans seven projects including improving athletic fields and building pickleball courts.
A return to wet, cooler weather means campers and s’mores enthusiasts can spark up fires once again.
The position garnered little attention until Island County’s special filing period last month.
The port will continue taking public comments through Oct. 22.
Four months after eliminating its public works director, Langley is bringing back the position.
The bear nicknamed “Whidbey the Pooh” appears to be sticking around longer than expected.
The Whidbey Island Harvest Festival has been cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns.
A viral TikTok challenge has touched Whidbey, but the trend was short-lived.
There is a greater risk of flu transmission this year as COVID-19 guidelines are eased.
COVID-related office closures and a shortage of employees have added to the wait time.
RJ Benner has been named the publisher of the Whidbey News-Times and the South Whidbey Record.
By the next day, the boat had washed ashore on the Navy’s property in Crescent Harbor.
The 14-day case rate for Sept. 2-15 was 281 per 100,000 people.
The driver’s passenger made it through mostly unscathed.
The candidates focused on facility maintenance and the availability of trade-oriented electives.
Clam and mussel seasons generally run through August and September, but not this year.
The church presented Mother Mentors Director Kate McVay with a check for $10,000 on Sept. 12.
A pop-up blood drive is planned at First United Methodist Church in Oak Harbor on Sept. 30.