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He replaces David Marks, who resigned in 2018 after investigation of alleged excessive use of force.
The nonprofit air ambulance will reduce response times and help with transfers to specialty clinics.
“Coming from the streets, there weren’t a lot of people I could trust.”
The Coupeville-based business opens a second taproom, has plans for a third, plus its own brewery.
In 2018, they contacted 60 individuals who needed help, and 27 entered treatment.
Island County and Oak Harbor staff are working to preserve more than 70 residences.
Michaela Reed loves bicycling, even though her arm ends just below her elbow.
The system will eliminate detectable traces of toxic chemicals from firefighting foam.
Environmentalists say companies have been clearing properties, then getting an after-the-fact permit.
The crash occurred in a wooded area just off the runway of the small airport near Langley.
New pet waste removal business cleans yards across Whidbey Island
Potbelly, featuring founding members Jason Rodger and Ken Ball, will perform Jan. 18 in Langley.
The $100 prize will go toward his storage and phone bill, he said.
Sears Hometown Store uses the Sears name but is ultimately separate from the dying retailer.
The final decision is expected to be released within a couple of weeks.
He was able to evacuate the vehicle, but his cat, Oreo, perished inside.
“Some people call me a hippy dog trainer,” says owner Kori Hall.
South Whidbey parents seem “resolved to driving off-island to find pediatric care,” health officials say.
Trained employees have their names added to an emergency-response list.
Victor Rojas said he’s concerned about young people not socializing enough in person.