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Across the school district, 26 students and eight staff have tested positive for the virus this year.
The city attorney and the senior assistant city attorney, who is also the public records officer, both resigned.
Future meetings will be virtual “for the safety of staff, students and community,” the district said.
Archaeologists are working with Tulalip, Samish, Swinomish and Stillaguamish tribes.
Meanwhile, an emergency phone that calls 911 was installed on the west side of the bridge in 2018.
Whidbey has seaweed on its shores and there are many ways an adventurous eater can try a bite.
WhidbeyHealth Family Birthplace officials said some mothers would be referred to other hospitals.
Madison Thompson was one of the youngest competitors in her division of 80 kids.
Ferry passenger volume indicates a rebound in the island’s popularity as a destination.
Another delay in two-boat service means Coupeville ferry riders should expect long waits until June.
Rishi Sharma has met more than 1,100 World War II combat veterans to document their stories.
Many expressed concerns over the location, lack of nearby services and safety issues.
The 7-year-old sent the message from Whidbey Island. The woman found it while visiting Port Townsend.
Jill Biden was on a West Coast listening tour of bases to learn of their challenges and obstacles.
The gentle giants include a well-known gray that has been coming back each year for 30 years.
The water was up to the girl’s shoulders by the time rescuers were able to free her.
Whidbey Playhouse’s filmed production of “Having our Say: The Delany Sisters’ First 100 Years” can be streamed online Feb. 26-27.
80 people expressed concern over the dictrict’s perceived ideology and public health restrictions.
A new group is already planning for a new market this spring at Windjammer Park.
The Langley Arts Fund commissioned “Weather Vane II” by Wayne Kangas for public art in Clyde Alley.