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A restoration of the Dog House Tavern and a reopening of the historic bar may soon be on the way in Langley.
SLIDESHOW | Top doubles team Dubendorf, Gochanour, advance to bi-district round | FALCON GIRLS TENNIS
South Whidbey was able to qualify only two of its six girls tennis players to the 1A bi-district tournament, despite holding home-court advantage in the 1A District 1 tournament last week. South Whidbey's top doubles team, senior Isla Dubendorf and sophomore Bayley Gochanour, swept through their opponents and never lost a set to move on. King's top singles player Susan Su beat Falcon senior Carlie Newman in straight sets to advance.
With a trip to the state 1A boys soccer championship on the line Saturday, South Whidbey senior Jeff Meier scored a penalty kick and an overtime goal to secure the Falcons’ spot.
South Whidbey fastpitch won its final home game 11-3 against its island rival Coupeville on Friday.
South Whidbey baseball collected 11 runs on 10 hits in a pair of elimination games in the 1A bi-district tournament Saturday to punch their ticket to the state championship.
Janae Cameron is spinning off from her and husband Kelly Cameron’s successful woodturning company, Turnco Wood Goods, to open a new business: Make Whidbey. The shop opens May 22 and has everything an emerging shop owner could want, from a water view and high traffic visibility to ample parking.
The discovery of old dynamite in the basement of a Clinton home Monday resulted in a temporary closure of a portion of Cultus Bay Road.
Replacing old lines and enticing new hookups are the top priorities for Langley’s sewer system, according to a report from the city’s contracted engineering firm. Susan Boyd, vice president of engineering firm PACE, presented the initial report to the city council Monday that covered everything from a push to make the system work with gravity rather than grinder pumps to the environmental needs of a seaside town like Langley. About 60 percent of the city’s residences are connected to the sewer system. The rest are on septic systems, according to Langley Utilities Supervisor Randi Perry. That means 60 percent of the people are paying for 100 percent of the work that goes into maintaining and investing in a sewer: the pipes, the pump stations, the treatment facility, etc.
Only one set was lost by South Whidbey girls tennis doubles teams in the first round of the 1A District 1 tournament Thursday.
A few quick scores on Thursday night secured South Whidbey’s postseason survival in a 3-1 win over Seattle Academy.
From April’s charrette, Langley’s mayor and planning chief are recommending the construction of a funicular and building a waterfront walkway that may require the taking of private property through eminent domain.
Filing week yields new names for Langey city council, South Whidbey Parks, South Whidbey Fire/EMS, Whidbey General Hospital
Several newcomers stepped forward for open public offices on South Whidbey this week.
South Whidbey defeated Sultan 3-0 in a 1A District 1 boys soccer tournament match at Waterman's Field in Langley on May 6. Falcon senior Andy Zisette scored twice, and Lucas Leiberman booted in the first goal in the playoff win.
Langley voters will decide a primary election for at least the mayor’s office this fall. Sharon Emerson, a vocal critic of the Langley funicular idea, jumped into the race Monday after being on the fence this past week. She joined a race that already had two challengers, Tim Callison and Thomas Gill, to be the next mayor of Langley on the first day of Island County’s election filing week, which ends May 15.
South Whidbey won all the numbers battles in the 1A District 1 championship match against King’s, save for the final 1-0 score, an upset victory for the Knights.
The Falcons played three games’ worth of innings Saturday and left the 1A bi-district baseball tournament still in the fight after splitting two contests 9-6 and 1-0.
Andy Zisette scored two goals to power South Whidbey boys soccer past Sultan 3-0 in the 1A District 1 tournament Wednesday.
Much of the month of May will see a wave of golfers at Useless Bay Golf & Country Club on South Whidbey during its military appreciation weeks.
The 2015 election races are starting to take shape days ahead of the official Island County filing week, May 11-15.
The Langley Main Street Association continues to collect awards from downtown revitalization industry groups.
South Whidbey baseball got its first series sweep of the season with a 2-1 win against King’s on Friday in Shoreline.
South Whidbey solidly spoiled Sultan’s boys soccer senior night with a 14-0 drubbing that included a possible school record Friday.
With a bare-bones roster, South Whidbey softball fell 19-1 with a thud against the Cascade Conference-leading Cedarcrest squad Friday.
The city’s long-sought but at times neglected ethics board is finally taking shape.
Langley will soon have its first permitted food truck, and the food abides.
South Whidbey softball couldn't keep Cedarcrest, the Cascade Conference's first-place team, in check as the Red Wolves ran wild to a 19-1 win on May 1 in Langley.
A brief and emotional pre-game ceremony Wednesday set the mood for South Whidbey baseball’s final home game of the season, a 5-1 win over King’s.
South Whidbey played steady on defense and offense in a 5-1 win over King's to shore up its place as the second seed from the 1A Cascade Conference in the District 1 tournament.
Ben Brager doesn’t look sick, but he is. Even when he is not ill, he is still sick. Brager, 24, has two autoimmune disorders, and he will live forever with the threat of having colds that leave him bedridden for weeks, joint pain and occasional to regular dialysis.
Adding golf carts to move people between the South Whidbey Harbor marina and Langley’s business district was the runaway people’s choice from a workshop meeting earlier this month.
Facing a hapless Lakewood squad, the senior-laden South Whidbey boys soccer team put on a show with a seemingly effortless 8-0 win Wednesday night.
Six yellow cards were issued in a rough-and-tumble boys soccer match between Cascade Conference rivals South Whidbey and King’s on Friday.
South Whidbey baseball took the series opener 3-1 against King’s on Monday in Shoreline.
Langley paid $1,000 and agreed to disclose documents to settle a lawsuit by a Clinton man earlier this month.
Getting help from the state to better control traffic and from the county to craft a vision were the top priorities discussed by the Clinton Community Council during a monthly meeting Monday.
South Whidbey gave up two goals in two minutes after taking a 1-0 lead, fought to a tie in the second half but couldn't keep Archbishop Murphy out of the goal in a 3-2 Cascade Conference boys soccer match April 22 in Langley.
South Whidbey baseball is headed to the postseason after bouncing back from a loss in the first of a three-game series against Sultan this week. The Falcons won 5-3 on Wednesday and 2-0 Thursday to claim the series and punch their ticket to the 1A District 1 tournament.
The second meeting of the Cascade Conference’s top two boys soccer teams went much like the first: physical, tense, and a one-goal advantage for Archbishop Murphy over South Whidbey. Playing for a shot at winning the league title, South Whidbey scored first but didn’t score last as Archbishop Murphy likely secured its conference title 3-2 on Tuesday.
Speaking to a crowd of Whidbey Island dignitaries, Gov. Jay Inslee touted the benefits of his proposed $12.2 billion transportation package, including ferry funding aboard the Tokitae on Wednesday during a trip between Mukilteo and Clinton.
Langley was awash in costumes, face paint, temporary tattoos and even one large cloth gray whale during its annual Welcome the Whales Parade on April 18.
South Whidbey outdueled Archbishop Murphy in a non-league girls golf meet at Useless Bay Golf & Country Club in Langley. The Falcons won 136-60.
Muzzy home run powers rally over Eagles, but hits elude South Whidbey against Sultan | FALCON BASEBALL
Just about everything went right for the Falcon baseball team to pull out a 4-3 rally victory over the Cedar Park Christian Eagles on Friday.
Missing a few starters, South Whidbey boys soccer managed to fill the roster gaps and defeat Granite Falls 3-0 on April 17.
South Whidbey girls golf shined on a sun-kissed day at Useless Bay Golf & Country Club in a non-league match against Archbishop Murphy on Monday.
Whales, orcas, jellyfish, salmon, a sea star and a ghost shrimp were all spotted strolling through Langley on Saturday during the annual Welcome the Whales Parade.
Falcon senior Jeff Meier led the boys soccer team with four goals in a 9-0 win over Cedar Park Christian on Wednesday.
Music for the Eyes, an exotic jewelry, attire and rug shop in Langley, was burglarized this week.
Thanks to some timely two-out hits and solid starting pitching, South Whidbey baseball won the first game of a doubleheader against Cedar Park Christian on Wednesday.
A bit of a rain delay Tuesday only prolonged a match that was quickly in the South Whidbey girls tennis team’s court.
Langley got its first sweeping look at projects that could better connect its commercial and residential areas to its waterfront and marina at the long-awaited charrette Tuesday night. Despite all of the blustery gusto and tension leading up to a public meeting about marina access project options in Langley, the meeting itself was befittingly calm for the Village by the Sea.