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An Oregon professor spent a year on Whidbey studying river otters for insight into the environment.
In an earlier incident, he reportedly asked police officers to “break up with her for him.”
Hospital officials did not admit any fault as part of the settlement.
The suits claim a man was blinded in one eye, a woman suffered brain injuries and another died.
Find a plastic bank and share the wealth. Pigs in Paradise starts Aug. 1 at seven local branches.
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.”
He said the majority of people on Whidbey “do not consider Navy noise to be a bad noise.”
The beloved South Whidbey restaurant has closed after nearly 40 years of “redefining casual dining.”
Years of funding cuts and dwindling enrollment prompted the idea. The decision hasn’t been finalized.
AG Bob Ferguson says the jets’ impacts on human health and the environment was not properly analyzed.
The Coupeville-based business opens a second taproom, has plans for a third, plus its own brewery.
The Whidbey Island company has opportunities. “We’re building the next generation of boat builders.”
Their aerial joyrides involve flying somewhere, anywhere, for brunch with their fellow aviators.
Deb and Jeff Kennelly don’t want to make (too many) changes because Freeland Cafe is great the way it is.
The 3-story mansion has detailed, lifelike rooms crafted by a Whidbey artist.
It’ll help pay for a new hybrid-electric ferry and converting 2 vessels to run on electricity and fuel.
Some longtime patients indicated they would seek health care in Everett or elsewhere.
Savor summer with rosemary berry lemonade, a ginger mojito, spicy mac ’n’ cheese or lemon scones.
The sanctuary on Whidbey Island expands a lama’s mission to introduce Buddhist teachings to the West.