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The judge delacred a child rape case involving a retired Navy pilot from Oak Harbor a mistrial.
A popular wintertime performance will be offered virtually this year.
An island-wide power outage and a pandemic couldn’t keep Zanini’s Deli from opening in Oak Harbor.
18 people have tested positive for coronavirus at a long-term care facility in Oak Harbor.
A new mother wanted a candle she could use around her baby so she made her own.
A domestic assault trial was delayed after a defense attorney was exposed someone with COVID-19.
A woman who stabbed her partner during a Nov. 13 power outage has been officially accused of murder.
The woman needed both legs amputated above the knee and has filed a lawsuit for damages.
A 38-year-old woman is accused of stabbing her fiance multiple times with a kitchen knife and causing fatal injuries during a Friday, Nov. 13, power… Continue reading
What appeared at first to be a minor blaze still caused an estimated $30,000 in damage to the home.
The fire chief said it was likely caused by an overheated electrical circuit on an extension cord.
The man robbed Big 5 Sporting Goods in Oak Harbor and brandished a weapon on Nov. 8.
A man died in a car crash on Southeast Regatta Drive in Oak Harbor Thursday evening.
While visiting a fundraiser at HomePlace at Oak Harbor Memory Care, Mackenzie Ball learned that some seniors had not received visitors since February. She said… Continue reading
A retired Navy pilot from Oak Harbor has been accused of sexually abusing his stepdaughter.
Long-term capital projects, property tax increase among considerations
Oak Harbor City Council is concerned about morale, transparency and other issues among staff.
Oak Harbor Mayor Bob Severns said the city has ceased talks with the Navy about sewage treatment.
Viewers can watch the porgram on Nov. 11 begining at 11 a.m. on local social media and channel 10.
Two Whidbey residents recently received awards from the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia, recognizing their services to their parishes. Molly Felder-Grimm, a parish administrator at St.… Continue reading