A group working to save Coupeville’s Haller House got a double dose of good news last week to keep alive hopes that it can purchase the home, restore it and one day turn it into a heritage and visitor center to showcase Washington’s territorial period.
State and tribal leaders finally set 2016 salmon seasons, closing all Puget Sound waters to coho with exception of Hood Canal
Vicky Reyes, president of the Penn Cove Water Festival Association, said she won’t have exact numbers for another week or so, but estimated that this year the festival attracted somewhere between 3,000 and 4,000 visitors.
The community will gather Saturday to honor and remember those who died serving in the nation’s armed forces.
Michael Clark, a 63-year-old Coupeville resident, crashed his plane into Saratoga Passage on Friday and waded away with nary a scratch. In fact, the only victims in the potentially fatal accident were Clark’s aircraft, a Pipistrel Virus touring motor glider valued at about $85,000, and his dripping and nonfunctional smartphone.
Coupeville Town Council gave town staff directives to redraft its ordinance about the prohibition of smoking in town-owned facilities to include vaping.
Ownership of the fairgrounds in Langley will be decided in an August election.
Plans to retrofit street lights in Coupeville are temporarily on hold while town officials review other options and seek public input.
The Port of Coupeville will use a donated Greenbank Farm logo design for the next 90 days while gathering input from the public on possible alterations.
The coins have been adding up slowly but surely for the Pennies for Preservation Project.
Coupeville Town Council approved the appointment of two people to the Historic Preservation Commission and the Planning Commission.
By next month, much of the grounds in the Coupeville School District are expected to be abuzz with construction activity and the dust won’t settle until late August.
The Coupeville School Board on Monday gave its stamp of approval on a track project that came in $44,000 more than expected.
New Planning Director Owen Dennison broached the topic of recreational marijuana in the Town of Coupeville during a council meeting last week and got a clear answer from elected officials.
State Farm Insurance Companies recently awarded at $5,000 grant to the Impaired Driving Impact Panel of Island County, or IDIPIC, for the fifth consecutive year.
It looks so pretty — showy purple-pink flowers, long slender seed pods, soft hairs all over. But it’s the most invasive weed Whidbey Island’s wetlands have ever faced.
The sprawling group of Garcia’s family and friends delivered a message to the judge, to the community and to the angry young man who shot and killed him. Garcia was loved.
Anne Tarrant, the president of the Whidbey Island Public Hospital District Board, handed in her letter of resignation Monday citing plans to relocate.
Penn Cove Water festival will kick off its 25th year of the event’s resurrection this Saturday in downtown Coupeville.
Whidbey General Hospital and its clinics will transition to the new moniker WhidbeyHealth next month.