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Prosecutors charged Joshua M. Johnston in Island County Superior Court April 28 with vehicular assault, felony hit and run and misdemeanor hit and run.
A North Whidbey man’s arraignment was scheduled for Monday, but he didn’t appear.
Recipe submissions for the project are now welcome.
A committee that’s steering an ambitious affordable housing project on South Whidbey will be explaining the proposal and gathering public input.
Other counties, such as King and Snohomish, may be moving back to Phase 2.
The injunction wasn’t filed against businesses, however, but Sno-Isle Regional Libraries, Island County Health Department and WhidbeyHealth primary care.
There are as many as 30 businesses looking for help in Langley alone.
The Coupeville Historic Waterfront Association will set up a donation fund for Currents Bistro.
Island Scanner April 14-19.
Oak Harbor City Council members are considering ideas in the Housing Action Plan.
The county is asking parents, guardians and future parents about their child care needs.
The Whidbey Island Hospital District is discontinuing its Home Health Care program after 32 years.
Major transportation funding goes undone, budget funnels billions to public health, childcare
Two Rotary clubs have partnered with the city to renovate the bridge.
South Whidbey parents are close to getting state approval of Woodhaven High School.
The land is 340 square feet and shaped like a triangle.
The man tore open a South Whidbey house with a pick axe and told police to shoot him April 20, according to court documents.
The 44-year-old Oak Harbor man was sentenced to 20 months in prison.
Island Scanner March 25 - April 13.
The new schedule allows for more in-person instruction.