WhidbeyHealth Maintains Zero Device-Related Infection Rate in 2020
WhidbeyHealth Infection Preventionist Colleen Klamm has a passion for what she does.
“I do have a passion for infection prevention,” Klamm said.
That’s why Klamm is thrilled to announce that WhidbeyHealth has had no device-related Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) since last year. Before two were recorded in 2019, ...read more
The Sno-Isle Libraries Board of Trustees is seeking candidates to fill a position on the board starting Jan. 1, 2021.
Only residents of Island County are eligible to apply for this position and preference will be given to residents of Whidbey Island.
The board includes seven members with five positions designated for Snohomish County and two positions allotted for Island County ...read more
Face masks now required in 'common spaces' in Washington state
Gov. Jay Inslee is imposing further restrictions on bars, restaurants, fitness centers and wedding and funeral services to help limit the spread of coronavirus.Author: KING 5 Staff
Published: 3:29 PM PDT July 23, 2020
Updated: 5:22 PM PDT July 25, 2020
OLYMPIA, Wash. — Gov. Jay Inslee has announced plans to implement more ...read more
Oak Harbor Chamber names Graham as new Executive Director
The Greater Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce Executive Board chose Vicki Graham as its new Executive Director effective July 15, 2020, after the recent departure of Miranda Hoppock.
Graham comes to the job with extensive experience, having served as the Oak Harbor Chamber’s Events Coordinator for almost four years and alongside two ...read more
Skagit Valley College Whidbey Island Campus announces Faculty of the Year Awards and the Staff of the Year Awards
Skagit Valley College Whidbey Island Campus is proud to announce its Faculty of the Year Awards and the Staff of the Year Awards for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Each year, SVC Whidbey Island Campus students select and recognize faculty and staff members who demonstrate ...read more
Gov. Inslee restricts some social gatherings, says another stay-at-home order possibleGov. Jay Inslee is restricting gatherings in Phase 3 from 50 to 10 people to help curb the spread of the coronavirus and said another stay-home order is possible.Author: KING 5 Staff OLYMPIA, Wash. — Gov. Jay Inslee says he is adjusting the rules for social gatherings during the pandemic as the state continues to ...read more
Coupeville, WA -- On July 6, Island Transit started operating on a new Modified Service Plan to provide the community with more access to public transit as Island County enters Phase 3 of Washington Safe Start during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Modified Service Plan provides more service than has been available since March and shifts some resources to high-demand areas to better serve the ...read more
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