Coupeville Elementary kindergartners Olivia Hall, left, and Arin Weatherford dig their hands in the soil at the school garden Tuesday. The children were learning how to plant sunflowers. - Photo by Ron Newberry

Coupeville Elementary recognized for progress

  • Today at 2:00PM

The superintendent of the Coupeville School District wasn’t having it when David Ebersole tried to shy away from speaking too much about his elementary school’s honor at a recent school board meeting.


Community Events, May 2016

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Greenbank Farm looks to be tourism hub

  • Today at 6:00PM

Greenbank Farm Events Coordinator Kristi O’Donnell is continuing to work with the Coupeville Chamber of Commerce to turn the farm into a satellite location for providing tourism information.

Larsen looks to ease jet noise impact

  • Today at 6:00PM

It’s no secret Congressman Rick Larsen supports the Navy, so much so that he said he doesn’t see Naval Air Station Whidbey Island going anywhere.

Salish out of service for month

  • Today at 5:00PM

Anyone planning to drive onto the Coupeville-To-Port Townsend ferry in May should make reservations as soon as possible, a Washington State Ferries spokesman warns.

Greenbank Farm burglar steals tools

  • Today at 4:00PM

Commissioners for the Port of Coupeville are exploring a new security system after thousands of dollars of tools were stolen from the Greenbank Farm last week.

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