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Whidbey’s public schools saw enrollment drop for the 2020-21 school year, but all three districts were prepared for the decline. Oak Harbor School District is… Continue reading
The city of Langley has been working with the Langley Chamber of Commerce to straighten out financial confusion exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic and errors… Continue reading
Though it will likely not be located at 940 SE Pioneer Way anymore, one of the oldest bars in the state will hopefully open its… Continue reading
Online learning in schools has become the norm because of the pandemic, but for some students it may not be a “one size fits all”… Continue reading
Four North Whidbey firefighters were part of the firefighting effort in California this past week, and smoke from the wildfires has tinged the Whidbey skyline… Continue reading
The Whidbey Homeless Coalition is looking into the possibility of turning a building in Central Whidbey into an emergency shelter for people without homes. Jonathan… Continue reading
The Coupeville School District, in partnership with the nonprofit Coupeville Farm to School, has received a grant that will help establish a school farm. The… Continue reading
A man who made international news when a selfie exonerated him of assaulting his ex-girlfriend and carving an “X” on her chest is facing charges… Continue reading
No one was injured.
A community leadership program that has been forming for the past two years is now looking for its inaugural class. Skagit Valley College is partnering… Continue reading
South Whidbey residents are rallying for a permanent place to play pickleball, one of the nation’s fastest growing sports. During a South Whidbey Parks and… Continue reading
The boat was left floating in Penn Cove, but ran aground last week.
A youth sailing club has had trouble constructing a storage shed.
Police are investigating the faux bomb as a criminal case.
Improvements for the John Vanderzicht Memorial Pool came up at a recent meeting.
Recreational fires are now permitted.
The public works director and a former city engineer have filed a lawsuit against city leaders.
The van fire is considered suspicious, police say.