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The center has skulls, pelts, baleen, bones, barnacles, whale lice and a huge jaw bone. And jewelry.
Environmentalists say companies have been clearing properties, then getting an after-the-fact permit.
Howard Garrett, co-founder of the Orca Network, is slated to give a free talk Feb. 23 in Everett.
The apparent origin is firefighting foam. The plaintiff says her property has been devalued.
The Island County Fairgrounds caretaker: “I survived. There’s something else out there for me.”
That’s on top of $4.8 million awarded to the Island County parents of the children, who were 12, 6 and 5.
The Seattle singer-songwriter made it to the eighth spot on the first season of “The X Factor.”
The Whidbey man then shot himself. Their baby boy, who was in the car, was unharmed.
The proposal would reopen key federal agencies under the partial federal government shutdown.
She was trying to cross Highway 525, according to the Washington State Patrol.
A Whidbey Island resident is telling people around the world that our planet is not a sphere.
“There’s no greater time than now to honor Dr. King’s vision,” educator and poet Michael Benitez says.
Island County deputies believe the parents had been arguing at a child custody exchange.
The crash occurred in a wooded area just off the runway of the small airport near Langley.
A telecom museum on Whidbey Island will feature the history of telephones.
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.
‘This will have ripple effects on South Whidbey,” the Sound Defense Alliance told the council.
By Jessie Stensland / South Whidbey Record The partial federal government shutdown is delaying the secretary of the Navy’s final decision regarding EA-18G Growler aircraft… Continue reading
She arrived “with $60 to my name, bankrupt and fresh out of a domestic violence shelter.”