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For over 34 years the South Whidbey Children’s Center has provided the South End with progressive learning for each child’s natural curiosities.
Students are rooting for veggies on South Whidbey, both literally and figuratively.
Once it was a dream, a hope for what could be. But a bit of vision, a lot of hard work and selling a few flowers paid off and this year the Freeland Library turns 20.
Take the stage with swing, tango, rumba or more to the tunes of Triptych, a big-band style group.
Creativity is in the air as students from all South Whidbey Schools are diving into new mediums and refining their skills for the upcoming Whidbey Festival of the Arts.
Imagine?it,?design it, build it | MakerTron Labs creates community classroom for science, technology, engineering
Located inside Ken’s Korner Mall is a space made to create — MakerTron Labs. It’s a community lab space for classes, research, and, above all, for making things. For Damien Cortez, executive director of the new space, “make” is a big and all-encompassing word.
Port of South Whidbey Commissioners informally agreed on the scope of the Possession Beach boat ramp revamp project Tuesday, May 13.
Veterans were honored at the Maple Ridge Assisted Living Community on Thursday, May 8, with the first distribution of poppies this year by the Poppy Girls.
With all the makings of an Italian drama, the Whidbey Island Community Orchestra will conclude its 2013-2014 season with “Italian Spring” this Friday, May 16.
When it comes to motherhood, both Eileen Wilson and Alta Brodie of Freeland consider themselves grateful to have been blessed with loving children and families.
For returning Langley residents Eli Moore and Ashley Eriksson, Whidbey Island is a place of inspiration. After touring throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe and Japan with their band LAKE, the husband wife have circled back to the island to continue their work.
One of the most active days on the South End isn’t a festival or conference — it’s a day of volunteering.
Well into its first week of the year, lowland lake fishing season began with a calm start.
South End officials and representatives officially opened the two new docks at South Whidbey Harbor this Friday, April 25.
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.
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.
Langley animator Drew Christie explores homelessness through the eyes of a teenager in his new film “The Beast Inside,” debuting at the Seattle International Film Festival.
When South Whidbey Elementary School second-grade teacher Leslie Woods saw money exchanging hands during recess last week, her red flags went up.
Hundreds of children and their family and friends searched high and low at Dan Porter Park during the Nancy Brown Memorial Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 19.
Four months ago, Clinton resident Natasha Dworkin never would have imagined being the type of person to ride 545 miles on a bike.
Visions of economic development through an expanded South Whidbey Harbor appear to be coming true as the facility welcomes its first new business this month.
Langley author Amber Kizer is taking everything she’s learned from publishing several young adult novels to the classroom at Whidbey Children’s Theater this month.
A Langley family is taking the trip of a lifetime and celebrating Easter at the White House.
Curious sea creatures and crustaceans will surface on the stage for Whidbey Children’s Theater performance of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid Jr.”
There are still a few more tasks left on the to-do list, but the expansion at South Whidbey Harbor is now open for public use and port officials are preparing for a grand opening next week.
The first of many Easter celebrations began this past weekend with the 9th annual Easter Egg Hunt at Bayview Hall on Saturday, April 12.
For Aaron Parks, expanding his career as a jazz pianist in New York City is a whirlwind at times, but Whidbey Island is where he feels most grounded.
The Chamber Music Series reaches its final performance of the season this weekend with an afternoon of romantic compilations that herald the arrival of spring.
Freeland resident Harold Robinett is about to join a select group of people in this world. This weekend, he will become a centenarian.
A driver was up and walking after an unusual collision with a deer Thursday afternoon.
Alongside letters from former presidents, honorary certificates from several universities and movie posters depicting her life’s work, Langley resident Grethe Cammermeyer is adding yet another honor to the wall in her home office.
Students in the eighth-grade class of Whidbey Island Waldorf School are preparing for their final journey together, and what an adventure it will be.
This Langley Middle School geography bee winner is heading to the state National Geographic Bee competition for the second year in a row?
Two Clinton documentary filmmakers are taking their message to the American living room.
Public beach access signs may soon be more abundant around South Whidbey.
Voices from one of the largest choral organizations in Washington will travel to the South End for a performance benefiting victims of violence.
It’s the perfect combination — a fun book and a tasty treat. The second South Whidbey Edible Book Festival returns to Whidbey to celebrate books, art and food this Saturday, March 29.
The grass is greener, the birds are singing and people are outside again preparing for spring.
For six musicians, the issue of youth homelessness on South Whidbey united them. What resulted was the Rainey Music Project, a group of musicians playing for Ryan’s House for Youth.
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.
Buds are blossoming and rhodies are lining the paths of Meerkerk Rhododendron Gardens as staff members prepare to open the season with the sale.
For many musicians, their love of music starts at a young age. But after years of practice, some part with their instrument for new endeavors.
One part ambition, two parts learning and a dash of expertise to lead the way. That is the recipe for students taking part in The HUB’s newest after-school class, Chef Cooking Series for Youth, featuring four South Whidbey chefs.
The lights are on and workers are preparing for the first round of boats in the expanded area of South Whidbey Harbor, scheduled to open later this month.
Listening to a song for the first time can be a loaded experience. Everything from the mood of the listener to the ambiance in the background impacts the first encounter.
The Saratoga Orchestra of Whidbey Island is diving into its third concert of the Season of Discovery this Sunday.
A day for everyone and a message for all — told by women.
The Port of South Whidbey is back to full strength.
Langley’s 30th annual mystery weekend came to a close Sunday as residents and out-of-towners cracked the case of “The Deadly Deed.”
Dancers across the island are combining the energy of competition with the strength of technique for the first time in the upcoming performance INFUSION of Dance.