Mako Willett tells a traditional folk story of Japanese culture to kindergarten students during the Northwest Language Cultural Center Global Cultures Program. The activity was one of six sessions/stations that were offered over the course of three days.  At this storytelling session they are engaged in traditional folk stories of the Japanese culture. Students are wearing kimonos, a traditional Japanese garment.  - Contributed photo

Langley nonprofit promotes cultural understanding

  • Oct 26, 2016 at 6:00AM updated Oct 28, 2016 at 8:24AM

Intercultural understanding is something that can’t wait in the eyes of Northwest Language Cultural Center Director Josette Hendrix.

Orcas spotted off Whidbey shores, whale group announces

  • Oct 27, 2016 at 4:51PM

PRESS RELEASE | ORCA NETWORK — Southern Resident orcas have arrived in Puget Sound. Members of J and K pods (and L87 who travels with J pod) were seen early this month crossing into Admiralty Inlet, continuing south and making their way to Point No Point, Hansville on the Kitsap Peninsula by nightfall.

Cultus Bay crash closes road, sends 3 to hospital

  • Oct 26, 2016 at 8:00PM

Both lanes of Cultus Bay Road in Clinton were closed for about 30 minutes on Friday morning following a three-car collision near Glendale Road.

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