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Freeland has a new group of fitness enthusiasts.
When Freeland resident John Shinneman first meets with a client to discuss a piece, nothing exists except for an idea and some rough lumber.
A crane at the bottom of South Whidbey Harbor was hoisted to the surface Thursday morning after spending more than one week underwater.
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.
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.
Thrift store shopping is as much about the hunt as it is about the find.
The Island Shakespeare Festival presents a hilarious performance of “Much Ado About Nothing.”
The marina expansion project at South Whidbey Harbor hit a snag Wednesday after the barge used to install the pilings took on water and dumped a crane overboard.
The aroma of the corn dogs, elephant ears and kettle corn beckoned people from all over South Whidbey on Thursday for the opening of the 2013 Whidbey Island Area Fair.
Crews worked to raise a partially sunken barge and submerged crane Wednesday afternoon at South Whidbey Harbor. The barge was being used as a platform to pound pilings for the marina expansion project and began to take on on water shortly before 9 a.m.
The first pile for South Whidbey Harbor’s new breakwater was pounded into the seafloor Tuesday.
Cultures are coming together in an exploration of art and storytelling at the Northwest Language Academy and Cultural Center this week.
Bill Haroldson spent his childhood visiting South Whidbey for the fishing.
For Eric Tunnell, tattoos read like a person’s life journey. They are a meaningful moment or experience important enough for a person to have as a permanent guide.
The tension was thick at the Diking District 1 Board of Commissioners monthly meeting Aug. 1.
Residents on Lupine Lane in Clinton woke up to an unwelcome noise Monday morning. Nine neighbors had gathered to physically block a drilling tractor from entering the Dorothy Cleveland Trail through an access road on the small street. Ed Field, operations manager of the Port of South Whidbey, said the workers were checking on area conditions of the proposed tower – a requirement of the building permit.
The costumes are fitted, the set is in place and the tent raised.
The Holmes Harbor Golf Course is officially open. Operator Craig Moore, who is bringing the facility up to par, opened the course for play Friday, July 26, several days earlier than planned. More than 150 players had already teed off prior to the official opening. Several just happened to stop by not knowing the course had been closed.
The music of Handel and Bach will fill the air at St. Augustine’s and Greenbank farm next weekend during the annual Whidbey Island Music Festival.
HGTV Star contestant Brooks Atwood made it to the final three contestants on the reality TV competition. Atwood travelled to the South End over the Fourth of July weekend to visit the family of his wife, Amy Estelle Nichols Atwood.
The Artists of South Whidbey will present the 39th annual Show and Sale July 26-28 at the Island County Fairgrounds.
Langley welcomed the tired, costumed and cheering masses of Ragnar Relay’s Northwest Passage race this weekend.
Golfers will be able to tee off at Holmes Harbor Golf Course for the first time in years this weekend as new operator Craig Moore prepares to open.
The WICA campus is bustling with minds ready to learn from 13 different classes offered in the summer program. There are classes for all ages including introduction to musical theater and character development. A new class began this year for children with neurodevelopmental disorders, called TIC-TOC.
Whidbey Island Center of the Arts presents a new event this year for piano lovers called PianoFest Northwest.
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.
Freeland welcomed a new homeowner to the Beachwood neighborhood Thursday.
South Whidbey residents certainly want to see more support for the sheriff, but questioned the proposed $2.6 million from property taxes.
Here are some photos of the Langley Running Festival on July 7.
An engine fire destroyed a small Ford truck Friday afternoon at Ken’s Korner, near the Kiwanis fireworks stand.
Choochokam arrived in full force in Langley over the weekend.
Approximately 325 people enjoyed the mixed road and trail courses of the Langley Running Festival Sunday, July 7.
Brooks Atwood, a finalist on the TV show HGTV Star, visited South Whidbey Island over the weekend.
South Whidbey outlasted Anacortes in the Little League District 11 All-Star tournament July 2 at South Whidbey Community Park.
Terry and Merrillyn Stone have a lot to celebrate this year, from new family members (one arrived just last week) to their 60th anniversary together. To top it off, the couple will usher in the 98th annual Maxwelton Beach 4th of July Parade as the grand marshals.
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.
Workers at Nichols Brothers Boat Builders launched a newly built tug boat into the waters of Holmes Harbor on Wednesday.
The South Whidbey Parks and Recreation District may bring the Holmes Harbor Golf Course back to life.
Bubba Flame Broiled Burger brings the nationwide trend of food trucks to Whidbey Island.
South Whidbey Fire/EMS responded to a small brush fire on Cultus Bay Road around 1 p.m. on Tuesday.
South Whidbey’s finest residential gardens will welcome everyone from experts to enthusiasts to experience the beauty the island has to offer.
Sailing out on the open waters for your first time is always memorable, but it’s not every trip that ends stranded on a seemingly deserted island.
Students and artists alike put their best work on display during the Whidbey Festival of the Arts on June 7 and 8 at South Whidbey High School. The festival was a year-end celebration of several groups working to bring artists to teach in classrooms.
Testing for the Maxwelton watershed Water Quality Improvement Project reached the midway point last month with results thus far well below state standards.
This year’s Whidbey Island landslides stirred up a lot of interest in the issue, prompting a crowd of more than 100 to turn out for an informational seminar on shoreline bluffs.
Congressman Rick Larsen toured several Whidbey Island destinations recently including Freeland’s Nichols Brothers Boat Builders and North Cross Aluminum.
Bayview Corner will become a little less bustling in September.