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Arnold F. Bodner, 58, pleaded guilty in Island County Superior Court April 16 to a single count of insurance false claim, which was a felony charge because the amount of the claim exceeded $1,500.
People can have a tree planted in memory of a loved one, who doesn’t have to be buried in the cemetery, for a donation of $100.
Students, even those who live outside the district, are invited to register for South Whidbey’s new ALE program.
The organization founded in 1996 is the result of a 10-year, community-funded effort.
Eighteen farmers approached the county commissioners at a recent meeting about the issue, voicing their concerns about the lack of native pollinators.
The wrinkle in the good news for Whidbey Island and the nation is that demand for vaccinations is decreasing, which is very bad news for public health and businesses.
The training is needed as part of the unit’s certification for deployment and is in accordance with established military training and readiness requirements.
Island Scanner May 3-4
Neighbors shared their comments, concerns and criticism of the Whidbey Homeless Coalition’s proposed overnight emergency shelter on Morris Road near Coupeville during a meeting last… Continue reading
Candidates must file for the election May 17-21.
It’s an odd, triangle-shaped piece of pavement down by the South Whidbey Harbor.
The Whidbey Camano Land Trust applied for $790,000 from a program to protect 37 acres.
A couple of special vaccination clinics are planned for this week. Island County Public Health will host a pop-up vaccine clinic during the first day… Continue reading
South Whidbey High School students led the charge at a Langley City Council meeting last week.
The very preliminary design calls for six courts.
A troop of knitters and quilters who have found solace in the activity since the pandemic began have turned their efforts inwards to help cover those in need on Whidbey.
A cooking accident involving a knocked-over propane tank fueled the flames that destroyed the building, according to South Whidbey Fire/EMS.
The mayor and council members clashed on the decision.
The Island County Republican Party Central Committee was tasked with nominating three people to replace Mary Engle, who resigned as the elected assessor earlier this year to become planning director.