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“Some people call me a hippy dog trainer,” says owner Kori Hall.
Last Monday, the U.S. Postal Service said two containers of Island County ballots were misrouted.
The smallest in the state, the jail has four cells and 12 beds.
Central Whidbey residents have protested against the noisy flights and the increase in number.
A Langley woman is a crew member aboard a National Geographic boat that was built in Freeland.
Norma Smith and Dave Hayes face strong challengers in Democrats Scott McMullen and Dave Paul.
A Whidbey Island event will feature stories and photos from the past and present.
John Vanderzicht Memorial Pool in Oak Harbor was closed after a replacement levy failed last year.
Janet St. Clair is facing Rick Hannold for the seat.
Felici and Campbell outline their differing priorities for the job.
He had previously been convicted of sexually assaulting a sleeping 12-year-old girl in 1987.
Once trained, they’ll be providing comfort, stress relief and a sunny, furry disposition.
She allegedly paid her husband, who was the association’s water manager, for work he did not do.
The area near Langley, now known as Sandy Point, was settled by her ancestors.
South Whidbey parents seem “resolved to driving off-island to find pediatric care,” health officials say.
Mandy Manning, who teaches at Herald columnist’s alma mater, spoke Monday at Sno-Isle program on Whidbey.
The cafe’s name is a play on words of the owners’ names — Noe (pronounced “no way”) and Jose Ochoa.
He’s been on the job for 44 years.
A fundraiser combines talks, walk and wine tasting.
Julie Boyd, of Whidbey Island, rose to the top of a pool of 75 photographers who together submitted 300 photos to the Whidbey Camano Land… Continue reading