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John Luvera honored for his role as educator at Island County Juvenile Detention Center
The Island County coroner ruled this week that a 71-year-old Coupeville man’s…
Town of Coupeville will go into 2017 with a budget reflecting additional…
An anti-noise group is urging residents to take action when it comes…
Coupeville Town Council approved a request last week to hire two consultants…
Coupeville may be heading into its quiet season, but things don’t appear…
Robert Gartley and his family members own roughly 80 acres of forested…
Coupeville Mayor Molly Hughes will get a large pay raise in 2017.…
Navy leaders prefer that all EA-18G Growler aircraft carrier landing practice occur…
Tests to check for chemical in firefighting foam deemed potentially harmful by EPA
Both the Town of Coupeville and the Navy will test the town’s…
The incumbent candidates in state and county races affecting Whidbey Island were…
A Coupeville merchant is recovering after passing out and falling from scaffolding…
With work slated on terminal, no ferries Nov. 5-6 on the Coupeville-to-Port Townsend route
The repeal of a motion by Port of Coupeville commissioners last week…
A phony $20 bill that a woman tried to spend at the…
The weeks leading up to the firing of Port of Coupeville Executive…
The Coupeville Lions Club has been hard at work since the summer renovating the kitchen shelter at Coupeville Town Park.
Jim Shank, the superintendent of the Coupeville School District, reported a 93.5 percent graduation rate by the Class of 2016 at Monday night’s school board meeting.
A rear-end accident in Coupeville left one woman aching from back pain last week. But it was the loss of a horse that left everyone shaken.
Coupeville’s month of Halloween fun is coming to an end this weekend with a grand finale of events.
The 18th annual Community Thanksgiving Day Dinner will be 12-2:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 24 at the Coupeville Rec Hall.
The former interim director of Port of South Whidbey will be moving on up to help the Port of Coupeville.
The Marshal’s Office will be accepting any unused prescription drugs 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Oct. 22.
Port employees say commissioners met outside of a public meeting for nearly two hours last week.
The Whidbey Examiner won second place for General Excellence in its circulation…
The Whidbey Examiner won second place for General Excellence in its circulation group in the 2016 Better Newspaper Contest.
The Coupeville Marshal’s Office will be accepting any unused and unwanted prescription drugs 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 22 as part of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s drug takeback program.
A new program at Coupeville High School is designed with the intention of teaching students living and working skills.
Employees for the Port of Coupeville say board commissioners met outside of a public meeting for nearly two hours last week.
The former interim director of the Port of South Whidbey will be helping with the other port on the island.
Garden’s newest challenge is patrolling the mean streets of Coupeville as the new town marshal.
Garden is also a jack of all trades when it comes to the world of first responders. He’s held just about every conceivable position in the sheriff’s office that a commissioned officer can. He’s a captain with the Oak Harbor Fire Department, where he’s worked for 30 years, and an EMT with the hospital. Garden’s newest challenge is patrolling the mean streets of Coupeville as the new town marshal. He started in September.
Heavy rains didn’t damper the fun at HarvestFest Saturday.
A former Port of Coupeville employee said she resigned this month because the working environment between staff and commissioners became so toxic and hostile that she was concerned for her health.
The Island County sheriff is warning businesses on Whidbey Island to be on the lookout for counterfeit cash.
Five days after she, her boyfriend and her daughter escaped a terrifying house fire, Ardus Wertz was still trying to process what they had gone through. Too much reflection brought on tears.