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Under the canopy of a pair of revered, century-old cottonwood trees, a small group joined hands, sang songs, prayed and rejoiced, offering thanks for the beautiful simplicity of what nature provided.
An 18-year-old Coupeville woman suffered life-threatening injuries in a possible DUI-related accident Monday morning on West Beach Road, according to the Washington State Patrol. Trooper Mark Francis said the woman was a passenger in a 2001 Ford Mustang driven by Jeromy Ladwig, 36, of Oak Harbor. Ladwig was leaving Joseph Whidbey State Park at about 4 a.m., ran the stop sign and was T-boned on West Beach Road by an oncoming 2004 Dodge Dakota driven by Nathan Dee, 26, of Oak Harbor.
Flexing its muscles, the Coupeville High School tennis team defeated visiting Sequim 6-1 Monday, May 2, in a non-league match.
Chimacum scored all of the game’s runs in the first inning to hand the visiting Coupeville High School baseball team its first conference loss of the spring, 3-0, Monday, May 2.
The Coupeville High School softball team scored in more innings than host Chimacum Monday, May 2, but the Cowboys put up much bigger numbers during their rallies.