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Whidbey General Hospital surgeon John Hassapis uses a grapefruit to show daughter Sofia Hassapis how to stitch a wound. - Ron Newberry photo
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When an event is brought back after a 15-year absence, a few quirks in the planning process are to be expected.


Don’t waste resources on exploring definition | Letters

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Editor, After reading “Board explores reserve’s message” in the Feb. 19 edition of The Examiner, I was disheartened to see that after the reserve’s 37 years of existence, the trust board is focusing its limited staff and funding resources on “What exactly is a reserve?”


The mollusk that ate Coupeville and vice versa | Rockin' a Hard Place

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Hard to believe, but not too long ago some folks on the Rock didn’t care much for mussels. The creatures disfigured dock pilings and messed up boat bottoms. Their sharp-edged shells cut your bare feet. They were tough and rubbery if you ate the big ones right off the beach. And the idea that someone would create a commercial mussel farm and plop several dozen floating platforms on pristine Penn Cove waters just off Madrona Way raised more than a few Rock hackles back in the 1970s.

Town celebrates cove staple

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Chowder aficionados don’t have to wait much longer, the Penn Cove MusselFest gets underway this weekend.

Wolves rake in Olympic League honors | Girls basketball

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First, the Coupeville High School girls basketball team dominated the Olympic League, then it dominated the selections for all-conference honors.

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