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A campaign to return the orca to the Salish Sea began 25 years ago, spurred by the 1993 film “Free Willy.”
Another economic shutdown could mean “difficult decisions” for EvergreenHealth Monroe and others.
An 11-year-old boy accused his stepfather of beating him and being a serial killer.
Check out the city-centric ship montage with an airplane wing, seagull, Funko crown, hockey stick.
Also, his realty company is being sued by a judge for allegedly failing to deposit rental proceeds.
Four Democrats and one Republican are looking to take the seat Rep. Norma Smith held for 12 years.
Roy Derrick will be laid to rest in Coupeville on July 21. He died in Everett on July 7.
The door on Cultus Bay Road has been a South Whidbey Island icon for 30 years. Here’s the story.
The whale, age 3, has not been seen since being struck Monday. His companion was later seen alone.
The crew was unaware of a collision. Washington State Ferries and NOAA are reviewing photos and videos.
With service reduced around Puget Sound due to the pandemic, it will not be the fun ferry ride of yore.
Those infected did not work in passenger areas. Reduced service is likely due to crew shortages.
A Snohomish County technical water rescue team helped locate the Ford Taurus so it could be retrieved.
People can gather in groups five or fewer. Some businesses can open, if they follow guidelines.
South Whidbey Animal Clinic vets primped up a 2007 Nissan Xterra for house calls and other services.
The Whidbey Island drive-in theater screened its last movie in March.
Face masks make a fashion statement. It’s the dress code for Costco and now the White House.
It’s a matter of making others feel more comfortable.
Raja the star sulcata has less company and walkers due to COVID-19. The dogs are getting hairier.
Carrie Monforte of the South Whidbey Parks and Recreation Department will lead the $45 class.