A man was killed in Freeland Wednesday in a high speed accident just south of Cameron Road. The victim has not yet been identified. - Justin Burnett / The Record

Police confirm one dead in high-speed Freeland crash

  • Today at 5:23PM

A man is confirmed dead in what police describe as a high-speed accident in Freeland today. According to state police, a red Acura was Southbound on Highway 525 and had just passed Cameron Road at about 4 p.m. when it lost control, sideswiped a second vehicle and then rolled. Both cars came to rest in heavy brush along the south side of the highway.

Mr. South Whidbey: overcoming stagefright for a cause

  • Today at 4:00PM

Alex Bonesteel decided a long time ago that there’s no sense in being afraid of embarrassing himself. It’s an inevitable part of life. What he can control, however, is when and how he’ll embarrass himself. That time is 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1 during the 2016 Mr. South Whidbey Pageant at Freeland Hall.

Deliberation on Seawall Park curfew continues

  • Today at 4:00PM

Langley’s parks will remain hourless for the time being, the city council decided Monday. The parks’ hours of operation may also remain unchanged until 2017 if the council opts to take the advice of the Langley Parks and Open Space Commission, which recommended the council table the issue for half a year until further examination of increased patrol activity and cleanup efforts of heroin syringes found around Seawall Park are made.

Greenbank couple brings new faces to Kiwanis in leadership roles

  • Today at 2:00PM

A Greenbank couple will make Kiwanis history this weekend when they assume leadership roles within the international organization. Ron Myers will become the first Whidbey man to serve as governor of the Pacific Northwest Region, an area encompassing several states, and his wife Linda Myers will become the first female president of Kiwanis of South Whidbey, an organization with roots that stretch back 48 years.

Letters

LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Homola should have your vote this November

  • Today at 12:00PM

Editor, This November you will have a definite choice as you vote for a senator to represent you in Olympia. A person who is funded by private local citizens or a person who is beholding to corporate America; a person who wants to promote environmental safeguards or one who sees only the best interest of profit making entities...

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