Federal marijuana stance doesn’t change anything for Whidbey entrepreneurs, law enforcement

The U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions declared that federal cannabis laws will be more heavily enforced, but local marijuana industry… Continue reading

Rising acidity levels could put marine life at risk, expert says

Reversing the consequences of ocean acidification would be like steering the Titanic away from an iceberg. Even if humanity stopped… Continue reading

Blythe Hawley steps into South Whidbey Fire/EMS commissioner role

South Whidbey Fire/EMS recently seated a new member on its board of commissioners. Freeland resident Adrienne Blythe Hawley assumed the… Continue reading

Police: Suspect, 28, taped himself beating a homeless man

A 28-year-old Oak Harbor resident is facing a felony assault charge after he videotaped himself beating up a homeless man,… Continue reading

Langley settles lawsuit; mayor takes issue with claim

The City of Langley last week paid $15,000 to settle a lawsuit by Langley resident John Norby over alleged breaches… Continue reading

Langley’s rabbit discussion returns; Port weighs options

Concerns over diseases and rabbit hole liability has brought back Langley’s bunny discussion. The Fairgrounds Advisory Committee, the group overseeing… Continue reading

Sea Float Scramble brings about 1,000 scavengers to Langley

One-of-a-kind glass orbs and wishing stones littered Seawall Park in Langley Saturday morning, but if you blinked you might have… Continue reading

Greenbank man has big cats on view

Greenbank resident John Lussmyer’s fridge is stocked with pounds upon pounds of pork, beef and chicken bought from the grocery Continue reading...

Susan Jensen drew creatures big and small and other sea world scenes for her book on global warming.

Kids’ books with big people issues

Susan Jensen draws the thaw of global warming

South Whidbey remembers Martin Luther King Jr.

For St. Augustine’s parishioner Dick Hall, the words of Martin Luther King Jr. have remained relevant ever since his central Continue reading...

Business

Whidbey Island Natural closes Langley storefront

After 17 years on First Street in Langley, Whidbey Island Natural is closing its doors on Jan. 7. Owners Kimberly Continue reading...

 

 

Life

Audubon society to award monies to seniors

Whidbey Audubon Society is awarding scholarships to graduating Whidbey Island High School seniors who intend to pursue a career in… Continue reading

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Greenbank man has big cats on view

Greenbank resident John Lussmyer’s fridge is stocked with pounds upon pounds of pork, beef and chicken bought from the grocery… Continue reading

 

Marketplace

Washington North Coast magazine won Third Place for Best Niche Product

Washington North Coast magazine won Third Place for Best Niche Product in Continue reading...

 

Boeing hits it out of the park for veterans and their families

Flo Groberg has seen and experienced more than most people can imagine. Continue reading...

 

Boeing making history

For 75 Years Boeing Renton has pushed the frontiers of aviation

 

Boeing in Puget Sound

Puget Sound-made 737 MAX 9 completes successful first flight

 

Letters to the Editor

Where are all the bomb shelters on the island?

Editor, After hearing about the accidental emergency message sent out Saturday to the people of Hawaii, I began to think.… Continue reading

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Plan to launch new series with Goosefoot grant

Editor, We were pleased to see the recognition of Goosefoot Community Foundation in your recent article on Jan. 10. Sound… Continue reading

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