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Whidbey’s two largest law enforcement offices are losing significant numbers of officers this year.
A state official has changed his tune about a bear who scared a teenager on South Whidbey.
The trial has been delayed so the defense attorney can obtain another expert consultant.
Oak Harbor’s $150 million facility was not among the top performers because of several problems.
The money will be used to replace and restore degrading piles, the beams that hold up the wharf.
Dan Pedersen, who battled Hodgkin’s lymphoma for several years, passed away the evening of July 30.
The price of homes in Island County continued to skyrocket as competition for homes eased slightly.
Department of Wildlife official says it’s possible, but more likely coyote feces.
Orca Network is hosting a webinar to commemorate the Penn Cove orca captures’ 51st anniversary.
Flight training operations for Naval Air Station Whidbey Island are scheduled next week.
Langley is strongly encouraging businesses to require that their employees and customers mask up.
A photo on social media of a rabbit with an arrow piercing its skin turned heads this week.
Between 10 and 20 veterans with wheelchairs will make use of the new ramp.
Archaeologists are working with Native American tribes to repatriate remains found in Oak Harbor.
Adrienne Lyle, her horse and their teammates won the silver medal in the dressage team competition.
Thousands on Whidbey Island were left without internet, cable and cell phone services Sunday.
A witness driving by the area of the fire saw someone lighting off bottle rockets or Roman candles.
Prosecutors charged Peter L. Lambert, 46, with four counts of rape of a child in the first degree.
Ten elected positions in Island County remained without candidates after the regular filing period.