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South Whidbey High School opened its arms to a special group of visitors this week, a host of students from Liceo del Caribe in Bogotá, Colombia.
Doris Day will come to life in Langley during a performance of “Que Sera! Celebrating Doris Day.”
Researcher and crew member of Animal Planet’s TV show “Finding Bigfoot,” Tyler Bounds, visited libraries across Whidbey Island this month to discuss his findings on one of the region’s biggest mysteries — Bigfoot.
Students from South Whidbey High School Jazz Band, Wind Ensemble and Choir are knocking on the doors of businesses and homes this month in an effort to raise money for their music programs.
It is a day of celebration for the owners of Neil’s Clover Patch Cafe.
Tucked away three miles from the Clinton ferry on Holst Road is a place for peace, a place for harmony, a place to stay a while — One Spirit Garden.
Port of South Whidbey commissioners will implement a series of staff changes next week.
Friday was a day for celebration and a water show at South Whidbey Harbor, as South End representatives and community members gathered for the grand opening of the two new docks at the harbor.
South Whidbey residents put the pedal to the pavement during a community bike ride on Sunday.
More challenges with the marina expansion project are ahead for the Port of South Whidbey commissioners.
Here are some photos of the Langley Running Festival on July 7.
Get ready to be wowed. The Mr. South Whidbey Pageant is nearing and contestants are drumming up support from around the community.
A Langley family is taking the trip of a lifetime and celebrating Easter at the White House.
Bubba Flame Broiled Burger brings the nationwide trend of food trucks to Whidbey Island.
A driver was up and walking after an unusual collision with a deer Thursday afternoon.
Come next weekend Langley will transform from the quaint Village by the Sea to a city filled with intrigue as a fictional murder takes place and visitors are eager to get to the bottom of it.
Those who wonder what guides the many artists of South Whidbey are in luck this weekend. The Whidbey Island Open Studio Tour is opening the doors of many artists’ studios for visitors to experience the creative process of an artist.
Freeland resident Lucas Jushinski is making a difference on the South End in a big monetary way. For the month of May, Jushinski, owner of Island Alternative Medicine in Freeland, will match donations to Good Cheer up to $10,000. The money will be used to supply locally grown organic produce to the food bank.
South Whidbey students got a first-person account of some of the toughest times of the 20th century last week from a man credited as being the only WWII fighter pilot to sink a Japanese destroyer with machine-gun fire.
A sunken crane was lifted from the bottom of South Whidbey Harbor Thursday. Carl Anderson, a hazardous materials specialist with the state Department of Ecology, said no diesel fuel leaked during the operation or through the week.