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201 1 in review
A fiery plane crash, tragic murders and Native American bones halting a major project were some of the news-makers on Whidbey in 2011.
Missing womanâ€™s body found floating
By JUSTIN BURNETT
Oak Harbor hired Langleyâ€™s planning chief, Larry Cort, giving him the title of project specialist. Cort is also a former Coupeville planner and sits on the Coupeville Town Council. Republican County Commissioner Kelly Emerson, representing District 3, was sworn in, replacing Democrat John Dean, whom she defeated in the election. Land use violations against Commissioner Kelly Emerson and her husband, Ken, totaled $37,000, county records showed. An archeologist hired by Oak Harbor found Native American artifacts near the cityâ€™s drainage outfall replacement project, causing a delay. Coupeville Town Council banned the sale of guns on South Main Street due to the proximity of schools. The action was in response to a rumored sporting goods store that never materialized. A lawsuit filed by Commissioner Kelly Emerson and her husband was called â€œfrivolousâ€? by attorneys defending Island County and former Commissioner John Dean. At issue were county enforcement procedures and campaign statements. The popular Miriamâ€™s Espresso shop in Coupeville closed due to business and family concerns. Oak Harborâ€™s plan to sell $2.9 million in revenue bonds for marina improvements fell through when the sale attracted no interest. Later, general obligation bonds were sold. Due to budget cuts, the Island County Sheriffâ€™s Office became the lowest staffed in the state, based on deputies per 1,000 popula-
Joshua Lambert is arrested by Oak Harbor police after he allegedly killed his two grandfathers.
A firefighter battles a blaze that destroyed a home in Coupeville in March.
A single-engine plane burns after crashing into Ebeyâ€™s Bluff in early December.
tion, according to Sheriff Mark Brown. A computer problem that resulted in the loss of county emails was described as â€œa catastropheâ€? by Prosecutor Greg Banks. Inmates in Oak Harborâ€™s jail were given the opportunity to work off their sentences outdoors rather than sitting in their cell all day. Oak Harbor officials changed subcommittee meeting rules to comply with advice from the Washington State Attorney Generalâ€™s Office.
responding to a number of civilian bomb scares on the island. Oak Harbor Mayor Jim Slowik signed a $3.86 million contract with Strider Construction of Bellingham to complete the bulk of the work for the SE Pioneer Way Improvement Project. The Oak Harbor Arts Council considered public input for prospective works of art to go with the downtown revitalization project. Particularly favored was a bronze topless mermaid by Oak Harbor artist Larry Marcell. Oak Harbor Marina Harbormaster Mack
February Explosive Ordnance Disposal Detachment Northwest, at Whidbey Island Naval Air Station, was featured in the News-Times for
The search for a 31-year-old Oak Harbor woman who has been missing since November ended tragically this week when her body was discovered in the water off Port Townsend. According to Oak Harbor Police Detective Sgt. Teri Gardner, Melissa Christine Ellis was found just before 3 p.m. We d n e s d a y floating just offshore of a constr uction site. Her body has been positively identified and a Jefferson Melissa County coroner Christine Ellis determined her cause of death as salt water drowning. â€œThere is no indication at this time that there was foul play,â€? Gardner said. Ellis disappeared Friday, Nov 25, the day after Thanksgiving. She was
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A possible slingshot wielding vandal is plaguing Island Transit bus shelters on North Whidbey Island. Island Transit officials noticed that someone shot out glass panels of a bus shelter near the Vanderzicht Memorial Pool in Oak Harbor on Dec. 16, Dec. 23 and again on Dec. 27. Glass at a bus shelter on West Beach Road was recently shot out as well.
â€œThereâ€™s definitely been a rash,â€? said Martha Rose, Island Transit executive director. â€œItâ€™s really sad when people do that.â€? Workers from Island Transit suspect someone used a slingshot to knock out the windows. After each incident, they discovered three-eighth inch ball bearings at each bus shelter, said Roy Daniel, operations supervisor for Island Transit. Those ball bearings are used as ammunition for a
ELLIS CONTINUED FROM A1 last seen leaving her Oak Harbor home between 10 and 11 a.m. and reportedly told family that she was going to Coupeville or the beach, Gardner said. The mother of three commonly rode on Island Transit buses and at times suffered from memory loss. Her cell phone was found on a sidewalk outside her home and she didnâ€™t leave with her identification, Gardner said. Since her disappearance, authorities investigated whether Ellis did in fact get on a bus but found no trace of her. They
popular slingshot, known as a â€œWrist Rocket.â€? Island Transit has filed a report with local police about the vandalized bus shelters. Transit staff replace glass at several shelters throughout the year. Most times, the broken glass is caused by something as simple as a car kicking up a rock. However, because so many glass panes were broken at one shelter, officials think someone intentionally shattered them.
are still in the process of trying to ascertain whether she boarded a ferry. Gardner said it remains unknown how Ellis ended up in Puget Sound off Port Townsend. However, it appears that her death was not a recent event, the detective said. â€œI was advised she had been in the water for quite some time,â€? Gardner said. The womanâ€™s family, many of whom live out of state, were notified on Thursday following confirmation of Ellisâ€™s identity. Her three children are all under the age of 10 and staying with family in Oak Harbor, Gardner said. There are no preliminary indications
â€œItâ€™s very hard to catch people doing it,â€? Daniel said. The glass in the bus shelters is costly to replace. Including installation, it costs Island Transit $250 per pane to replace shattered glass. Daniel noted that the panes are comprised of safety glass, which is designed to shatter into small pieces when broken. Rose said she doesnâ€™t know when the panes will be replaced. Staff is holding off on replacing the panes until
that Ellis was intoxicated when she died but Gardner said standard procedure dictates that a toxicology screen be performed. The results usually take between four and six weeks to be returned. Gardner said she knew Ellis personally, having met the young woman years before. The detective described her as a joy to be around and someone who will be missed. â€œShe was a good person,â€? Gardner said. A fund for Ellisâ€™ family was in the process of being set up at Whidbey Island Bank Friday afternoon. For details, inquire with the bank.
the vandalism ends or someone is caught. In addition, Island Transit is looking to install additional surveillance cameras at several bus shelters throughout the area. Currently, cameras are installed at bus shelters near Prairie Center in Coupeville, Harbor Station in Coupeville and Terryâ€™s Corner on Camano Island. Rose said additional cameras will help improve public safety around shelters. She
doesnâ€™t yet know know how many cameras will eventually be installed or which bus shelters will receive them. Meanwhile, officials are busy preparing for construction of a new headquarters building near Coupeville along with a realignment of the intersection of Highway 20 and Parker Road. Island Transit will start looking for a construction manager and seek requests for proposals to design the project in 2012.
Oak Harbor has moved to a new location. The vintage and antique homedecor shop is now located on SE Pioneer Way in downtown Oak Harbor.
Oak Harbor has a new TOY STORE. Itâ€™s Your Turn opened its doors in December and focuses on the Melissa & Doug toy line. The shop is located in Traderâ€™s Village on Midway Boulevard. Hours are Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Washington State Ferries will celebrate the KENNEWICKâ€™S completion Friday, Jan. 6, at the ferry terminal in Port Townsend. The superstructure of the vessel was built by Nichols Brothers Boat Builders of Freeland. The event is open to the public and begins at 11 a.m. The ferry will take over for the Salish.
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Dudley, council sworn in By JUSTIN BURNETT Staff reporter
Scott Dudley officially became Oak Harborâ€™s new mayor Wednesday when he was sworn in during a quiet proceeding at City Hall. With little ceremony or pomp, Dudley took his oath of office in a barren city council chambers before a crowd of just two city employees and City Clerk Connie Wheeler, the official who administered the oath. Raising his right hand, Dudley swore to support the Constitutions and laws of the United States and Washington and the ordinances of the city. He also promised â€œto the best of my judgement, skill and ability, truly and faithfully, diligently and impartially,â€? perform his duties as mayor. Dudley said later he is not taking his new position lightly and will not forget who heâ€™s working for. He said his hope is to make his supporters proud and earn the trust of those who advocated for ousted Mayor Jim Slowik. â€œMy goal is to not let
Mayor Scott Dudley and City Council members Tara Hizon, Beth Munns and Rick Almberg were sworn in Wednesday. the citizens of Oak Harbor down,â€? Dudley said. He also made clear that he plans to waste no time in rolling up his sleeves and getting to work. Beginning with the very first city council meeting next week Tuesday, Jan. 3, Dudley plans to follow through with some of his promised agenda. Planned as a discussion item only, the fledgling mayor said he will address several issues concerning the cityâ€™s standing committee meetings. Dudley said he wants feedback about changing the meeting times and locations. Three of the four committees meet at 7 a.m. and 8 a.m. and two are at locations away from City Hall. Dudley says they should all be at the same place and held at times more convenient to the public. He also wants to discuss video taping all of the meetings.
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Dudley is hoping for a positive response but said he wonâ€™t be deterred with one of the issues if there is resistance. The city council sets committee time and locations but taping meetings can be paid for out of the mayorâ€™s budget, which leaves the decision up to him, he said. â€œWe will be televising (committee meetings),â€? he said. Also sworn in Wednesday with similar oaths of office were Beth Munns, Rick Almberg and Tara Hizon. Munns and Almberg are beginning their second fouryear terms after running successful re-election campaigns this past November while Hizon is taking a seat on the city council for the first time. She replaces Jim Palmer, who decided not to run for personal reasons. Hizon said she was overwhelmed with the confidence
expressed by voters during the election and continues to be awed by the reception and encouragement she receives from people around town. â€œIâ€™m just really excited to serve,â€? Hizon said. She also plans to dive into her new position, investigating technologies that will improve the cityâ€™s communication with the public and by advocating for the cityâ€™s youth. She may serve as the city councilâ€™s liaison to the Oak Harbor School Board and on the Government Services and Public Safety standing committees. Almberg said he will strive to balance a tight budget with the needs of the public and is eager to get to work on the planned wastewater treatment plant. He wants to serve the whole community as well, including both those who voted for him and those who did not. â€œIâ€™ll do my best to represent all of the people,â€? Almberg said. Finally, Munns said she is looking forward to working on the cityâ€™s new sewer treatment plant too, along with other needed infrastructure projects. She said she also hopes to â€œwin over those who didnâ€™t vote for me.â€? A ceremonial swearing-in ceremony for Dudley, Munns and Hizon will be held at next Tuesdayâ€™s city council meeting. Almberg will not be there as he will be away on a pre-excused absence.
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Whidbey man shot; police befuddled No arrests yet in Everett shooting By JUSTIN BURNETT Staff reporter
No breakthroughs have been made in a case involving a Whidbey Island man that was shot in Everett Saturday. According to Everett Police Department Sgt. Robert Goetz, the incident occurred shortly before 4 a.m. on the 1800 block of 18th Street. Patrol officers responded to multiple 911 calls from residents who reported hearing gun shots. â€œWe received several calls of shots fired in the area,â€? he said. Arriving officers found a 20-year-old man with what appeared to be a gunshot wound to the leg. The case is still under investigation and the man is not being identified, though Goetz did say he had a Whidbey Island driverâ€™s license. â€œThat doesnâ€™t mean he
lives there still,â€? he added. The man was taken to Providence Regional Medical Center where he reportedly underwent surgery for a non-life-threatening wound. As of Friday, no arrests have been made but a 22-year-old Everett man did show up at the police station Saturday shortly after the shooting and indicated he was involved. He was not injured. According to Goetz, the shooting happened outside near the street but the relationship between the two men and why the shooting occurred remains unclear largely due to inconsistencies with the 22-year-old manâ€™s story. â€œWeâ€™re not calling anyone a suspect or victim at this point,â€? Goetz said. Investigators are not looking for any other persons involved in the incident. Anyone with information regarding the shooting is urged to call the Everett Police Departmentâ€™s tip line at 425-257-8450.
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OBITUARY Dorothy Eckhart Smith
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Dorothy Eckhart Smith, 94, of Oak Harbor, died in her home on Friday, Dec. 23, 2011, surrounded by children and grandchildren. She was born in Manhattan Island, N.Y., on April 22, 1917, and
her family moved to Seattle when she was very young. Dorothy attended Seattle College (Seattle University). A woman of varied interests and imagination, Dorothy became lead colorist for the photography department of Frederick & Nelson, a Marshall Fieldâ€™s subsidiary in Seattle. She was a col-
umnist for the Yakima Our Times, the Catholic Progress of Seattle and has been published in other periodicals as well. She has written several books, and published â€œCrazy Dog and the Wolfâ€? last year. Dorothy was married to William (Bill) Joseph Smith of Fox Lake, Wisc., who preceded her in death in 1985. Bill Smith was a founder of both the Catholic Credit Union and Bi-Mart in
Yakima. They had five sons: James Michael (Peggy), John Francis (Clarice), Brendan Vincent, all of Seattle; Patrick William (Carme), of Seaside, Ore.; and Kevin (Christine), of Houston, Texas; and one daughter, Mairgret â€œPeggyâ€? Smith of Oak Harbor, as well as 28 grandchildren and 44 great-grandchildren. The funeral mass will be celebrated Thursday, Dec. 29, at 9 a.m. at St. Augustineâ€™s
Catholic Church with Rev. Philip Raether. There will be a vigil service Wednesday, Dec. 28, at 7 p.m. at St. Augustineâ€™s as well. Family graveside services will follow at Tahoma Cemetery, Yakima. Friends and family are invited to share memories and condolences at www.wallinfuneralhome.com Arrangements entrusted to Wallin Funeral Home, Oak Harbor.
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IN OUR OPINION
2012 looks more hopeful Few if any residents of Island County will look back at 2011 as a good year, but it was perhaps a year in which we started to transition toward better times. The prime example is the SE Pioneer Way reconstruction projects, resulting in a new look and one-way street in downtown Oak Harbor. The project had plenty of critics, but now that itâ€™s substantially complete, it looks like the proponents were right. Itâ€™s a wide, beautiful boulevard with easy parking and pedestrian amenities. Once the power lines are placed under ground, the public art work is in place and flowers start blooming, it will become the magnet to townsfolk and visitors alike that proponents imagined. This is an example of what government can do to help the economy: Provide the public infrastructure needed to help businesses succeed. Other good news for the future is that doubts about the basing of the new P-8 Poseidon were quashed. Whidbey Naval Air Station will be receiving the new patrol planes and, combined with the new EA-18G Growler electronic warfare aircraft, the baseâ€™s long-term future seems to be secured and it will continue to be the backbone of Island Countyâ€™s economy. It was also good news that Nichols Brothers Boat Builders of Freeland proposed expanding to Oak Harbor in 2011. If city leaders can help this happen, it will shore up the lagging private sector employment in town. Meanwhile, Coupeville continues to attract tourists and county government employment has stabilized after several years of downsizing. If the hospital can pass an expansion bond in 2012, that will be a big boost to the town and to the future of health care on the island. As in many areas of the country, our biggest economic problem is housing. Foreclosures are still taking place, itâ€™s hard for home buyers to raise the cash needed for a big down payment and developers are afraid to build houses because the demand for them is unclear with so many existing houses selling for less. Once housing turns around, Island Countyâ€™s economic future will be considerably brighter. Housing construction is historically one of our biggest employers, and lumber, appliance, furniture and home decorating stores need a strong housing market to prosper. The year 2011 helped put Island County on the right track toward a brighter future. With a little help from our friends in state and federal government, we may finally turn the corner in 2012.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ,JEOFZPGGFSHJWFT IPQFUPQBUJFOUT I am writing in response to a recent article that was in the paper regarding the mayor-elect donating a kidney. While I applaud Mr. Dudley for his self-sacrificing act, I would also like to raise awareness to the public for the need of donors for kidney transplants. Since the early days of dialysis in Western Washington, Puget Sound Kidney Centers, a nonprofit organization, has been providing life-sustaining dialysis treatments to our community on Whidbey Island. Previously, we had a dialysis center in Clinton and relocated to Oak Harbor in 2005. In the last three years, four of our patients have received kidney transplants from deceased donors.
Although we do not see many living donor transplants, we are encouraged by Mr. Dudleyâ€™s act of kindness. Puget Sound Kidney Centers has several patients waiting on the transplant list to receive kidneys, which can take many years. In the meantime, they currently have kidney dialysis treatments three times a week, up to four and one-half hours each time. Mr. Dudleyâ€™s generous offer gives hope to our patients. Laura Ulam, RN, Direct Care Manager Puget Sound Kidney Centers - Whidbey Island
4DIPPMTOFFE MFTTGVOEJOH Iâ€™m going to make myself a pariah (again), because I think we need to cut school funding instead of increasing it. Education costs have
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risen faster that even medical care with no detectable improvements. When the school folks come up with a plan to show how they are going to change from the same tired, failing, expensive methods they are using, I will listen, but Iâ€™m not voting to provide more money until then. Education doesnâ€™t need multimillion dollar stadiums, doesnâ€™t need hyper-expensive mansions on the hill. What it needs is accountability for teaching students to read, write, speak, to think critically, to be able to do more than text and put condoms on bananas. Teachers are always whining about raises, how about this: Dump the unions and get $50 more per month, get rid of seniority and tenure; both of those are horribly expensive and come out of your check. Try being
responsible for yourself, trust me, youâ€™ll like it. Why not run schools 12 months instead of 9, having three-fourths of the kids in school in any particular quarter, creating smaller class sizes, better facility utilization, and have teachers work year around like the real world. How about yellow paging food services, building maintenance, grounds maintenance, administration, anything else that is not actual classroom teaching? Private businesses are notorious for efficiency that public operations can only dream of having. Show me some creative thinking and out-of-the-box planning, Iâ€™m with you. Same old, same old, donâ€™t call me, Iâ€™ll call you. Rick Kiser Oak Harbor
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CONTINUED FROM A1 Funk resigned in the wake of findings by the state auditor. Exact reasons for the resignation remained a mystery and he later landed a similar job in Alaska. Whidbey General Hospital faced an estimated $1.7 million in financial losses after self-reporting it had violated Stark Law requirements in Medicare billing. Oak Harbor Mayor Jim Slowik made regional news when he took one of his campaign signs out of a downtown store window. It had been changed to read â€œVote Him Out.â€? Police Chief Rick Wallace determined no crime had been committed. The Navy announced the new P-3 Poseidon would not immediately enter service at Whidbey, choosing to first introduce the airplane in Hawaii and Florida. But Whidbey Island Naval Air Station was still slated to eventually receive the plane, which will replace the venerable P-3 Orion. Whidbey General Hospital directors decided to ask voters to approve $50 million in bonds for an expansion project. KOMO TV commentator Ken Schram awarded Mayor Jim Slowik a â€œShrammieâ€? for taking his campaign sign from a private business. Earlier in the month, a Shrammie went to State Rep. Barbara Bailey, R-Oak Harbor, for introducing a bill to make coffee the official state beverage. The ferry systemâ€™s newest vessel, the Chetzemoka, ran aground in Keystone Harbor. The â€œsoft groundingâ€? canceled five sailings between Coupeville and Port Townsend. Island County announced it would end trash collections at county parks. Tenants in Oak Harborâ€™s Windmill Court mobile home park were evicted to make room for â€œupcoming development of the property.â€?
.BSDI A golden shovel ceremony officially began the SE Pioneer Way project, ending 35 years of talking about what to do downtown. City Councilman Scott Dudley announced he would run against Mayor Jim Slowik in November. Arne Freund, longtime Oak Harbor resident farmer, businessman and former county sheriff, passed away at the age of 92. Oak Harbor announced it would spend $167,000 to sup-
port downtown merchants during the construction project. In Coupeville, the old fire hall on Alexander Street was converted into the new home for the Central Whidbey Chamber of Commerce. Sailors from Whidbey Island Naval Air Station helped Japan recover from a huge tsunami. Island County announced 337 property foreclosure notices were ready to be delivered. To save money, the Oak Harbor School Board shortened the day for middle school students by 30 minutes. A gray whale known as Dubnuk entertained a crowd as he splashed around in Penn Cove during a Sunday afternoon. Oak Harbor residents Bob and June Sebo pledged to donate $900,000 to Whidbey General Hospital if voters would approve the expansion bond. Fire engulfed and totally destroyed a home owned by Jeanette Omar on NE Leisure Street in Coupeville.
Investigators pour through material in search of the bones of Native Americans on Pioneer Way after construction workers discovered human remains. That discovery prompted the delay of the one-way project on Pioneer Way.
"QSJM Former Island County Commissioner Gordon Koetje, a builder, developer and Oak Harbor native, died due to heart problems. Loann Gulick, longtime election supervisor in the Island County Auditorâ€™s Office, announced her retirement. Business Manager Ray Thomas predicted Coupeville schools would have to cut $1.4 million from next yearâ€™s budget. Census figures showed an aging Island County population. By 2025, 47 percent of islanders will be age 50 or older, compared to 25 percent in 1986. Coupeville Lions Club member Spence Purvis was honored for 70 years of Lionhood. North Whidbey Fire and Rescue paid $1.55 million for a new headquarters building on Midway Boulevard. It was formerly known as the Chicago Title Building. The Whidbey Island Campus of Skagit Valley College saw its staff cut by 11 full-time positions and reduced time for others due to a decrease in state funding. Oak Harborâ€™s waterfront trail project, years in the making, was capped by the official opening of the Scenic Heights Trailhead. Aircraft enthusiasts welcomed home the A-3 Skywarrior at Whidbey Island Naval Air Station. It was the last flight of the
Samantha Bowling and Jordyn Weichert were sentenced to prison in May for their roles on a car accident on North Whidbey Island that killed three people. â€œWhale,â€? a Cold War era jet that will go on static display at the air station.
.BZ A private health care company, Capella, inquired about purchasing Whidbey General Hospital. Reaction was negative. The state Department of Transportation announced it would spend $2.3 million to make the Arnold Road intersection with Highway 20 safer. Island County District Court Judge Peter Strow, 59, was injured when his motorcycle hit a deer on Highway 20 north of Coupeville. 4&&3&7*&8 "
Whidbey General Hospital employees cram into a room to care for a patient. The cramped conditions was one of the reasons officials wanted voters to approve a $50 million bond to fund an expansion. Voters ultimately rejected the proposal.
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Oak Harbor decided to hire an archeologist before beginning work on a longplanned storm water outfall project.
CONTINUED FROM A7 Island County Superior Court Judge Alan Hancock threw out a lawsuit by Commissioner Kelly Emerson against the county, two county employees and former Commissioner John Dean, saying there were â€œno genuine issues of material fact.â€? Island Transit landed a grant for $896,000 to put toward a transit park, roadway safety improvements and native plant species protection near its Central Whidbey headquarters. Basil Badley, husband of State Sen. Mary Margaret Haugen, was taken to court in a sexual harassment allegation by former campaign worker Courtney Jones. He was found guilty and fined $50,000. Jordyn Weichert, 22, was found guilty of three counts of vehicular homicide. Samanth Bowling, 22, a front seat passenger in the car, had earlier pleaded guilty to three counts of vehicular homicide. They caused a two-car accident Sept. 3, 2010, that killed three men. Weichert later was sentenced to eight years in prison and Bowling to five years.
An employee at Deception Pass State Park talks with a motorist the same day the Discover Pass was implemented. The pass is designed to replace taxpayer dollars by charging drivers $10 a day or $30 a year. Whidbey General Hospitalâ€™s $50 expansion proposal failed at the polls. The 55 percent â€œyesâ€? vote was short of the required 60 percent majority.
June Farmers complained that the wet, cold, Whidbey Island spring had delayed the growing season and reduced the amount of produce available to farmers market shoppers. The Oak Harbor School Board cut 12 teaching posi-
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tions, one administrator and 16 classified positions due to state funding cutbacks. The Oak Harbor City Council unanimously agreed to fund two art projects, a bronze mermaid and a silvercolored moon and wave sculpture, totaling $59,500. The Arts Council had proposed five. Native American remains were found during work on the Pioneer Way project in downtown Oak Harbor, forcing suspension of work. It was announced that the Barefoot Bandit, Colton Harris-Moore, would be sent
to Island County for sentencing on numerous state charges. He had already pleaded guilty to seven federal charges. It was learned that Oak Harbor had ignored a recommendation from the state Department of Archeology and Historic Preservation to hire an archeologist before the Pioneer Way project began. Island County asked a judge to require Commissioner Kelly Emerson to pay $35,919 in legal fees it had rung up due to her lawsuit.
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Nichols Brothers Boat Builders in Freeland, which builds high-speed catamarans, tugboats, fishing boats and helps build state ferries, expressed an interest in expanding to Oak Harbor, on the Navyâ€™s Seaplane Base. Talks continue. The newly-built, 64-car ferry Salish went to work on the Coupeville to Port Townsend route, joining its sister boat, the Chetzemoka. It restored two-vessel ferry to the route for the first time since November 2007. Full-time students at Skagit Valley College, including the Whidbey Campus, learned their tuition will increase 13 percent. Three members of the Oak Harbor Arts Commission resigned, unhappy that the City Council had largely ignored the commissionâ€™s recommendations for downtown art. State parks visitors couldnâ€™t get in unless they paid for a $10 daily Discover Pass, or $30 annual pass. Whidbey Island Bank celebrated 50 years of operations with a party for 500 people at its Coupeville branch, where it was founded. Itâ€™s now based in Oak Harbor and has 30 branches and 460 full-time employees. The Oak Harbor City Council pulled the plug on the long-dreamed-of pier project, declining to make upland improvements for a pier that may never get funded. Solar panels were installed at the Greenbank Farm,
providing 25.1 kilowatt hours of electricity, or enough to power four houses. Six Indian tribes sent representatives to Oak Harbor to talk about the Native American bones found during Pioneer Way construction. Work resumed on the SE Pioneer Way project after a permit was issued by the Department of Archeology and Historic Preservation. Dr. Donald Johnson abruptly closed his Coupeville and Anacortes dermatology clinics, leaving hundreds of patients without access to their records. Johnson was facing financial problems and domesDonald Johnson tic violence allegations. The Centennial of Naval Aviation show at Whidbey Island Naval Air Station attracted an estimated 15,000 people.
August Six downtown businesses in Coupeville were burglarized in one night, with thieves stealing everything from toys to works of art. Archeologists arrived in Oak Harbor to begin examining sites where Native American bones were dug up during the SE Pioneer Way project. Coupeville City Councilman Tom Tack resigned to take a job on the East Coast. Archeologists discovered SEE REVIEW, A16
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Starting anew with Godâ€™s word FAITHFUL LIVING By Joan Bay Klope â€œWe will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Yearâ€™s Day.â€? --Edith Lovejoy Pierce The brand new year is upon us and like almost everyone, Iâ€™m full of good ideas and intentions. In talking with others, it seems a whole lot of us are hoping to regularly read Godâ€™s Word in 2012 but arenâ€™t always sure where to begin. One of the best sources is a selection of daily readings that will take you through the entire Bible in one year. Such selections are easily accessed online, in Bibles and through the use of free phone apps. A quick Google or App Store search will take you directly to numerous resources that will fit your style and schedule. I own both a Bible and a journal with daily readings that are easy to follow, but I find handwriting my thoughts to be terribly frustrating as I canâ€™t write quickly or neatly enough. My go-to source for inspiration in 2012 is a daily Bible selection on my phone. I can then journal into a word processing program on my computer if Iâ€™m inspired. Iâ€™m also OK with printing my responses and placing them in a binder so I can look back on them or share my thoughts with someone. The format for this kind of journaling is straightforward and workable. It has four steps captured in the acronym SOAP: Scripture, Observation, Application, Prayer. If youâ€™re reading through the Bible in a year, begin each day by reading the daily selection. Donâ€™t focus on every detail but prayerfully ask God to make a verse or two stand out to you. Sound odd? Give it a try and be amazed. Asking God to reveal hope, challenge, information and insight in a direct and personal way will present itself in scripture every day in surprising ways. If you donâ€™t understand what youâ€™re reading, grab a commentary, head once again to the Internet for additional information, or phone a friend. Then write out the scripture that stands out. Next, stand back for a moment and observe. What do you think God is saying in that scripture? Why was it included in the Bible? What do you have to say about it? Third, apply this particular scripture to your life. What is God saying to you? Is this a new idea or an old one you might want to consider again? What are you going to do about this idea? Might you rethink a dream? Rise to a challenge? Sink deeply in His love? Rejoice when it becomes apparent this is an answer to a prayer or a longing you have? Finish by writing a simple prayer. Sketch. Write a poem. Strum your guitar. Take a walk. Knit and pray. Send a loving email. Design a card. Message someone. Cook a healthy meal. Hug your child. This is a life journal, after all. Itâ€™s about thinking and writing and living.
Rapiers, Shakespeare come to Whidbey Playhouse By REBECCA OLSON Staff reporter
The Whidbey Playhouseâ€™s stage is about to get wild with hair pulling, punching and rapier fights. Stephen James Anderson, a naval officer, Shakespeare expert and certified stage combat instructor, will teach two workshops at the Whidbey Playhouse: â€œShakespeare De-Mystifiedâ€? and â€œSunday Fight Club.â€? â€œShakespeare De-Mystifiedâ€? offers an introductory experience to the language and works of Shakespeare through reading texts aloud and performing a collage of scenes. â€œTo be perfectly honest, Shakespeare is very raw, very sexy, very innovative,â€? Anderson said. Anderson has acted in and directed many Shakespeare plays in his 22-year theater career and has taught theater classes in the United States and Asia. Overall, he has worked on more than 400 plays as a director, actor and choreographer. â€œBut a lot of people are scared of it,â€? said Mary K. Hallen, the Playhouseâ€™s workshop coordinator, adding that sheâ€™s learned some of her best curses from Shakespeare, her favorite of which is â€œcream-faced loon.â€? â€œYouâ€™ll see classic theater discussed less in public schools so we need a place to discuss that,â€? Hallen said. One of her fondest memories was when she taught fifth-graders about the Shakespeare play â€œMacbeth.â€? Once the language was explained to them, they connected with the story. â€œWeâ€™d like to offer that to the community,â€? Hallen said. â€œIf you can tackle Shakespeare and find success then you can tackle anything in theater and find your way,â€? Anderson said, adding that learning Shakespeare will give people the ability to stand in front of people and express themselves effectively. â€œYou too can be calling your enemies cream-faced loons,â€? Hallen added. â€œSunday Fight Clubâ€? is a stage combat workshop for people â€œto come into physical contact with each other safely,â€? said Anderson, a member of the Society of American Fight Directors. He has served as fight director on several productions. Students will learn everything from hair pulling to choking to rapier combat.
Mary K. Hallen and Stephen James Anderson demonstrate a fight move students will learn in the Whidbey Playhouseâ€™s Sunday Fight Club course. But the class goes beyond techniques to address the nature of violence in humanity. â€œItâ€™s an opportunity to start discussing the broader themes that have plagued our world since its inception,â€? Anderson said, adding that, â€œIn my opinion, there is no play written, there is no movie or TV show made, that doesnâ€™t have some violence.â€?
matter if the violence is physical or verbal. Anderson said he hopes that people who are uncomfortable in their bodies will learn movement and control. Thereâ€™s nothing better for Anderson than seeing people find their stance and their voice and then realize their discovery. â€œItâ€™s an electric experience,â€?
4JHOVQGPS1MBZIPVTF XPSLTIPQT â—? Shakespeare De-Mystified: Jan. 5 through Feb. 8, Wednesdays 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturdays 10 a.m. to noon. Fee: $60; $45 for Playhouse members. â—? Sunday Fight Club: Jan. 15 through Feb. 19, Sundays 1 to 3 p.m.. â—? Fee: $70; $55 for Playhouse members. â—? Both workshops are for ages 16 and up. Limited space; sign up at the Playhouse, 730 SE Midway Blvd., Oak Harbor, or call 679-2237.
As a teacher, Anderson has witnessed the violence of his students. â€œI think the only way to battle back against violence is to discuss it,â€? Anderson said. People need to have a conversation about where violence comes from and how once violent actions are committed, they canâ€™t be undone, no
Anderson said. â€œThatâ€™s what we as teachers live for,â€? Hallen said. These workshops are helpful because they offer a â€œsafe place to experiment.â€? No one can be judgmental because everyoneâ€™s learning at the same level and â€œyou are all there because you share the same interest,â€? Hallen
said. Anderson said his favorite part of doing workshops is â€œgetting to hear peopleâ€™s stories, seeing where theyâ€™re coming from. Basically, getting to see peopleâ€™s genius.â€? Anderson teaches workshops around the nation but is donating his time to the Playhouse. He also chose to give his time to his country by joining the Navy 18 months ago. Anderson said heâ€™d felt like something was missing from his life and that he needed to volunteer more. â€œSo I truly joined the Navy because I wanted to serve our country,â€? Anderson said, adding that donating his time for these workshops is a way for him to give back to a community that supports the military. Alongside the learning, Anderson said the simplest element to the workshops is, â€œIt is fun. Itâ€™s playful. Itâ€™s physical. Itâ€™s not sitting around. Itâ€™s going to be up on your feet.â€? The word â€œdramaâ€? comes from the Greek word â€œto do,â€? and Anderson takes that to heart. â€œSo letâ€™s do it!â€? he said. Profits from these workshops will fund theater productions. Space is limited so sign up at the Whidbey Playhouse or call 679-2237.
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Pullmanâ€™s 14-0 run sinks â€˜Cats By JIM WALLER Sports editor
A third-quarter surge by Pullman pushed the Greyhounds to a 53-44 win over the host Oak Harbor girls basketball team in the opening round of the Santa Slam Tournament Thursday, Dec. 29. Oak Harbor scored the first basket of the third quarter against Pullman, then the Greyhounds went on a 14-0 run over the next six-and-ahalf minutes to take control and earn their first win in six games. The Wildcats fell to 1-8. During its 14-0 spurt, Pullman picked up six points off turnovers, four off free throws and two more from an offensive rebound. Down early, Oak Harbor came back to take the lead at the end of the first quarter, 11-10, as five different players scored for the Wildcats, including Tatiana Cumming who hit a big three that put the â€˜Cats on top. The second quarter was a foul-shooting display as the teams combined to shoot 22; the Greyhounds hit eight of 12 and led 26-23 at the half. Midway through the quarter Pullman used a 9-0 run to wipe away a 15-12 Oak Harbor lead. Oak Harbor trailed by 17, 51-34, with 4:58 left in the game before a late rush cut the margin to single digits.
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Oak Harborâ€™s Jalani Bobo, with help from Rayan Russell (21), stuffs Pullmanâ€™s Shayla Robinson. Nine different Wildcats scored, led by Lia Pantoleon with 11. Morgan Young had seven, Cumming five, Annie Leete five, Jalani Bobo four, Kaileen Burleson four, Kelsey Rankin four, Rayan Russell two and Dominique Jackson two. Oak Harbor, already shorthanded with starter Ciera Wiser and sixth-man Marissa Lewis out, ran into foul trouble. Posts Rankin and Jackson had three fouls by the second quarter and, along with another post, Bobo, had four
in the third. Each sat significant minutes. The game featured 40 fouls that resulted in 50 free throws. Oak Harbor connected on only 12 of 26; Pullman hit 16 of 24. Coach Trisha Clayville said her team â€œhit panic modeâ€? in the third quarter and couldnâ€™t recover. She did see positives: â€œMy kids didnâ€™t give up. They got down and then got back into the game.â€? Oak Harbor returns to league play when Glacier Peak (6-0, 8-1) visits Wednesday, Jan. 4, at 7:15 p.m.
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Heidi McNeill, a 2005 graduate of Oak Harbor High School, is playing professional basketball in Germany this winter. She previously played in Austria and Australia before returning to Europe to compete for Viernheim, which is about 45 miles south of Frankfurt. TSA Amicitia Viernheim is currently in second place with a 10-1 record in the southern division. McNeill, a 6-3 forward who played for the University of Washington, is third on her team in scoring (11.6 points per game) and second in rebounding (7). She said, â€œI would call us the basketball equivalent of the New York Yankees. It seems as though everyone loves to hate us. It is in the second league but I donâ€™t think there is much dif-
ference in the leagues other than the teams in the first leagues have more money and a better following. They also play nationally all over Germany whereas we only play in the South.â€? â€œI find this league much more physical and faster than the league that I played for in Australia,â€? she said. â€œThere is not as much athletic talent as there is in the states but the players have a better range in skills.â€? The German game is played at a faster pace with a shorter shot clock and an eight-second backcourt rule, she said. Her team doesnâ€™t practice everyday, which makes it â€œmore laid back than the states,â€? McNeill said. This allows more time for traveling and sightseeing. Last summer she averaged 17 points and nine rebounds
Heidi McNeill a game for the Lakeside Lightning in Australia and was named the teamâ€™s Most Valuable Player, as voted on by opposing coaches and referees. She said, â€œI loved being in Australia, but had my â€˜Aussieâ€™ fill.â€?
Oak Harbor drops 2 at Bellevue There was not a lot of holiday cheer for the Oak Harbor boys basketball team as it lost twice at the Bellevue Holiday Tournament at Bellevue Community College this week. A physical Monroe team wore down Oak Harbor and steadily pulled away for a 69-57 win Wednesday, then the Wildcats went into the deep freeze and fell 52-32 to Juanita Thursday. Monroe entered the game with an unimpressive 2-4 record, but the mark is deceiving. All four losses were by three points or less, including a two-point loss to fifth-ranked and unbeaten Snohomish and a one-point loss to 7-1 Lake Stevens. Oak Harbor coach Mike Washington Sr. said, â€œThey were physically stronger than us and played more aggressive than us. They are a very solid team.â€? He added, â€œI thought the kids fought hard. We were just physically undermanned, and we missed Kevawn (Brooks).â€? Brooks, Oak Harborâ€™s strongest inside presence, is out with a wrist injury. Monroe led 14-11 at the end of the first quarter and 31-22 at the half. The Bearcats put the game away in the third quarter by outscoring Oak Harbor 19-12 with the help of several transition baskets. Monroe committed only seven turnovers to Oak Harborâ€™s 12 and outscored the Wildcats 11-0 off the mistakes. A bright spot for Oak Harbor was balanced scoring. Washington Sr. said, â€œWe had four in double figures for the first time in a long time.â€? He was particularly pleased with the play of JoJo Webster who led Oak Harbor in scoring with 16 points, including 12 off threepointers. Drew Washington scored 15 points, Mike Washington Jr. 13 and Matt Burgoyne 10. Cameron Faulkner had two points and Paul
Johannsen one to complete the scoring. Burgoyne and Dayne Herron each grabbed six rebounds. Tony Peloquin had 22 points and 10 rebounds for the Bearcats. After having four players score in double figures in its previous game, Oak Harbor had just one score more than four points in the loss to Juanita. Oak Harbor hit only 11 of 47 shots for 23.4 percent; Juanita took only more more shot by hit 21 for 43.8 percent. Oak Harbor particularly struggled from beyond the arc, connecting on only one of 16 (6.25 percent). Juanita was 4-for-12 (33 percent). The Rebels from Kirkland also outscored Oak Harbor 16-8 off turnovers after committing three less, 16, than the â€˜Cats. Washington Jr. rang up 19 of Oak Harborâ€™s 32 points. Zach Gibbs scored four; Drew Washington, Burgoyne, Elias Whitefoot and Chris Hailer had two each; and Webster one. Washington Sr. said the Rebels often tripleteamed Washington Jr., but his teammates couldnâ€™t take advantage offensively, collecting one less field goal combined (five) for the game than Washington Jr. and shooting just 17 percent. Juanita (3-6) jumped on the cold â€˜Cats early, going up 17-6 in the first quarter, and led 27-17 at the half and 40-25 after three periods. The Rebels also had only one player in double figures, Ty Eng with 16, but had four others get at least six. Washington Sr. credited Juanitaâ€™s defense for some of Oak Harborâ€™s shooting woes, but said, â€œWe had a lot of good shots, we just couldnâ€™t make any.â€? Oak Harbor (3-3, 3-6) gets back into Wesco play Tuesday, Jan. 3, at Glacier Peak (4-3, 6-4) at 7:15 p.m.
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ELKS ROCK OUT ON NEW YEARâ€™S EVE The Oak Harbor Elks Lodge will host the Don Richards Band on New Yearâ€™s Eve. They will be playing classic rock along with other music. The Dec. 31 event will start at 8:30 p.m. and continue to 1 a.m. Heavy horsâ€™ doeurves will be served followed by breakfast around 12:30 a.m. Party favors will be supplied. This is a membership drive and will be open to the public. Tickets must be purchased in advance for $30 by calling 675-7111 or 675-1321.
SUN. FIRST DAY HIKE AT DECEPTION PASS A â€œFirst Day Hikeâ€? will be held New Yearâ€™s Day at Deception Pass State Park. The hike offers the opportunity to celebrate the holiday by connecting with the outdoors while supporting healthy lifestyle habits in a natural setting. The mileand-a-half hike at Deception Pass will begin at 11 a.m. at the Bowman Bay parking area. The trail is moderate and children must be at least 5 to participate. Hot chocolate will be provided after the hike. Participants should bring water. Similar hikes are being held at other state parks off the island. Visit www.parks.wa.gov/events.
POLAR BEARS AT DOUBLE BLUFF The South Whidbey Polar Bear Dive will return to Double Bluff beach south of Freeland on New Yearâ€™s Day. Registration begins at 10:30 a.m. and the jump will be held at noon. The cost is $15 per person with $5 off for Polar Bears who bring a bag of canned food for the Good Cheer Food Bank.
TUES. MONDAY GARBAGE COLLECTION DELAYED Oak Harbor city offices will be closed Jan. 2 due to the New Yearâ€™s holiday. Garbage and recyclables usually collected on Monday will instead be collected Tuesday, Jan. 3.
HOW TO LIVE WITH YOUR LOSS â€œLiving with Lossâ€? bereavement classes are being offered in January, February and March at Whidbey General Hospital, with the first starting Jan. 3 in Conference Room B. There is no cost for this seminar. To register call Dave Bieniek at 6787656, ext. 8245.
Welcome the new ferry: Celebrate the new addition to the ferry fleet, Kennewick, at 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 6. Passengers walk on the ferry free at 10:15 a.m. at the Coupeville dock to join the celebration at the Port Townsend ferry terminal. See Activities listing for more information.
LIONS SCREEN KIDS FOR VISION, HEARING The Oak Harbor Lions Club will sponsor a vision and hearing health screening for 2,600 school age children living within the Oak Harbor School District. On Jan. 3, 4 and 5, grades kindergarten through third and fifth will receive a vision and hearing screening with results forwarded to parents. The Lions Clubs Health Screening Mobile Unit will be present for the fourday event. For information contact Lion Sharon Ryan, 279-2802.
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Hannah Eckles crosses her arms while examining the position of a Lego guy and Katie Blaine intently watches a stop action animation project taking place Thursday at the Oak Harbor Library. Twenty-seven children spent part of their holiday using the beloved toys in a stop animation project. The children would tweak their Lego figurines slightly before taking a photo that comprises the animation short. The event was sponsored by the Friends of Sno-Isle Libraries.
Daughters of the American Revolution, a womanâ€™s organization that encourages patriotism, promotes historic preservation and provides educational opportunities, meets Jan. 4 at 11:30 a.m. at the Coupeville Library, 788 NW Alexander Street. The program is on the new George Washington Museum. Bring a bag lunch; coffee will be provided. Contact 678-6442.
Auditions will be Jan. 5 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. for adult vocal soloists; Friday, Jan. 6 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. for adult chorus and small ensembles; and Saturday, Jan. 7 from 1 to 3 p.m. for child vocal soloists and childrenâ€™s chorus. Call 679-2237.
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Adults can view â€œThe Helpâ€? for free at the Coupeville Library Jan. 4 at 6:30 p.m. Set in Mississippi during the 1960s, a society girl turns her friendsâ€™ lives upside down when she interviews the black women who have spent their lives taking care of prominent southern families. Rated PG13. Popcorn provided by the Friends of the Coupeville Library. Call 678-4911.
Republican Womenâ€™s Club of North Whidbey holds a luncheon meeting at 11:30 a.m. Jan. 5 at El Cazador Restaurant, Oak Harbor. Guest speakers are District 10 representatives, Barbara Bailey and Norma Smith. Both will speak about the recent special session and answer questions about the upcoming legislative session. For information, call Benye, 678-4602 or Joyce, 320-7912.
THURS. PLAYHOUSE HOLDS AUDITIONS Audition for Whidbey Playhouseâ€™s â€œWish Upon a Star,â€? a musical revue for all ages by coming prepared to sing a Disney family song.
CREATIVE KIDS DESIGN CALENDARS North Whidbey Parks and Recreation Districtâ€™s Creative Kids Club will meet Jan. 5 at 6:30 p.m. at the Oak Harbor Senior Center, 51 SE Jerome Street, for â€œDesign a 2012 Calendar.â€? All supplies are provided for just $6.75 for families or $3 per person. Please sign up by calling
THE BEST TREES FOR WHIDBEY GARDENS The Coupeville Garden Club will meet Jan. 5. The speaker will be Eric Studebaker from Bayview Farm and Garden about his favorite trees for Whidbey gardens. Please note the new meeting time at 10 a.m., rather than 1 p.m. Meetings are held in the Coupeville Recreation Hall.
DISABLED VETS MEET AT COLLEGE Disabled American Veterans, Chapter 47, Oak Harbor, meet Jan. 5 at 7 p.m. at the Sno-Isle Library meeting room, Skagit Valley College, Oak Harbor. For information call the DAV office at 257-4801.
FERRY CELEBRATED IN PORT TOWNSEND The communities of Port Townsend, Whidbey Island, and Kennewick will join Washington State Ferries and state and local officials
to welcome the new ferry, Kennewick, to the state ferry fleet at 11 a.m. Jan. 6. The event celebrating completion of the ferry will take place aboard the Kennewick at the Port Townsend ferry terminal. The ferry system is offering free passage for walk-on passengers on the 10:15 a.m. regularly scheduled sailing aboard the Salish. Walk-on passengers are advised to park at the Coupeville Park and Ride on South Main Street and ride the 9:45 a.m. Island Transit Route 6 to the ferry terminal. After the festivities, Route 6 will take attendees back to the park and ride. This bus runs once an hour.
ADVENTURES OF A WAR BRIDE â€œUnbelievable Adventures of a World War II German War Bride,â€? by Ingeborg M. Johnston is a gripping, heroic, and at times humorous memoir of one girlâ€™s survival in war-torn Berlin and the extraordinary life she created for herself and her
family in post-war America. This is the story of hope and dreams, of courage and risk-taking, of falling in love and following her heart, a bigger-than-life story that cannot be missed. Meet the author Jan. 7 at 1 p.m. at Wind and Tide Books in downtown Oak Harbor.
CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION Learn about pregnancy, childbirth and beyond. The cost is $80; medical coupons accepted. Class is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Jan. 7 in the Whidbey General Hospital conference room. Registration required: call 678-7656 ext. 4005 or 321-7656 ext. 4005.
ZIPPYâ€™S LIFE CELEBRATION SET A memorial service has been set for the 9-year-old Langley girl who died in a tragic accident on Christmas Day. A celebration of life for Tobiah â€œZippyâ€? Leonard will be held at 2 p.m. Jan. 7 at Fireseed Catering, 6051 Coles Road, Langley. â€œZippyâ€? died during the Christmas day windstorm when a 20-foot-long section of a fir tree fell on her familyâ€™s car as it was traveling on Bailey Road.
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The Department of Defense gave $2.16 million to the Oak Harbor School District to improve student reading skills. Emergency responders rescued Oak Harbor resident Bob Barber after he got stuck in his hot tub.
September Coupeville dermatologist Dr. Russell Johnson didnâ€™t appear in court on a domestic violence charge, resulting in the issuing of a $100,000 arrest warrant. The city handed over security of the Pioneer Way archeology site to members of the Swinomish Tribal Community. A 36-year-old Oak Harbor man was arrested after his 9-year-old son brought a loaded .45 caliber Ruger handgun to school in his backpack. The Island County commissioners continued to disagree, as Republican Kelly Emerson issued her own â€œstate of the countyâ€? report, in response to the one issued by Democrats Helen Price Johnson and Angie Homola. The county removed tons of boulders from Ala Spit in a salmon restoration effort, but some locals worried the spit might disappear. Complaining about bad publicity in the press, the Whidbey General Hospital board decided not to go back to voters with an expansion bond issue in February 2012. City officials estimated the Native American bone discoveries had added $562,000 to the cost of the SE Pioneer Way project.
October A 30-year-old homeless man, Joshua Lambert, was subject to a manhunt and arrested after his two grandfathers living in separate homes were killed in knifing incidents. They reportedly refused to provide him with firearms. Oak Harbor celebrated the â€œgrand openingâ€? of SE Pioneer Way, although parts of the project were still incomplete, awaiting resolution of the human remains problem. Island Transit was given $17.92 million in federal funding to build a new headquarters and associated facilities at its Central Whidbey location. Island County Sheriff Mark Brown warned North Whidbey homeowners about a rash of daytime burglaries. Central Whidbey Fire and Rescue mothballed the station on Morris Road due partly to lack of volunteers. It was the districtâ€™s oldest active station.
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Colton Harris-Moore, aka the Barefoot Bandit, was sentenced to seven years in prison by Island County Superior Court Judge Vickie Churchill.
November Protesters â€œoccupiedâ€? spaces at Highway 20 and Main Street and near the Clinton Ferry terminal in an effort to â€œmake them pay.â€? Deception Pass Ranger Jack Hartt wrestled a woman planning to commit suicide away from the bridge railing. Oak Harbor City Councilman Scott Dudley defeated incumbent Jim Slowik, ending Slowikâ€™s bid for a second term as mayor. The levy to support the city swimming pool passed on the second time around. Joshua Lambert, accused of killing one of his grandfathers and suspected of killing the other, filed a â€œmotion of insanityâ€? with the court. County Commissioner Kelly Emerson protested when the other two commissioners refused to elect her chairwoman of the board. Detectives admitted they had â€œhit a wallâ€? in the search for Oak Harbor resident Betty Tews, 81, who went missing in June. Whidbey Island food
banks announced they were running short for the holidays. Artist Wayne Lewis could find no takers for a bronze sculpture of an Indian carrying two salmon he wanted to donate for placement of SE Pioneer Way. The Army Corps of Engineers started dredging Keystone Harbor to make it easier for the Coupeville ferry to navigate.
December Oak Harbor City Councilman stirred controversy with his failed attempt to impose a hiring and firing freeze before new Mayor Scott Dudley could take office. Hundreds were attracted to downtown Oak Harbor for the first tree lighting ceremony since SE Pioneer Way was improved. Oak Harbor City Councilman Jim Campbell, a Republican, announced he will run for county commissioner against the incumbent, Democrat Angie Homola.
Washington State Parks announced half of all fulltime employees would be laid off. A small airplane crashed into Ebeyâ€™s Bluff and burst into flames, killing pilot Michael Heaton Sr., 59, who recently moved to Whidbey Island. A planned marina moorage increase was scuttled by the Oak Harbor City Council over worries that it might reduce occupancy. Colton Harris-Moore, the infamous â€œBarefoot Bandit,â€? was given a sentence of just over 7 years in prison by Island County Superior Court Judge Vickie Churchill. Planned Parenthood announced the closure of its Oak Harbor clinic, which had been in existence for 26 years. Oak Harbor Mayor-elect Scott Dudley offered to give one of his kidneys to a stranger in Canada. Coupeville Town Marshal David Penrod retired, replaced by Larry Davenport of Duvall.
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