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Service dogs compete in ‘Puppy Olympics’ at volunteer picnic

With tails wagging and ears perked, eager canine “athletes” dashed and demonstrated their skills at the Doggie Olympics during the Summit Assistance Dogs’ annual volunteer… Continue reading

 

Port seeks solutions to dogs roaming Greenbank Farm

To address ongoing issues with dogs straying into farmland at the Greenbank Farm, the Port of Coupeville is considering adding fencing and signage to make… Continue reading

 

Art & About | Whidbey Island’s September art events

The gypsy jazz musical tradition continues with DJANGOFEST NW 2019 on Sept. 18-22. Produced by WICA, 565 Camano Ave., Langley. Purchase tickets online or see… Continue reading

 

Clinton resident finds injured eaglet in yard

Vet responds to many calls of raptors in crisis each year, but the cases don’t always end happily

Whidbey landscapes, town scenes captured for ‘paint out’ event

Sale and exhibition Aug. 24-25 at the Coupeville Rec Hall

Getting ready for school

Ensuring students have supplies for new year

New take on thrift

‘Storage wars of Whidbey Island’ leads to unique store

Spate of events slated for Whidbey Island in next two weeks

From pig consumption to orca capture mourning to flashy cars and friendly cops, there are events on Whidbey Island running in the next two weeks… Continue reading

Book event focuses on ‘Slavery’s Descendants’

Presentation and discussion Thursday Aug. 8

New car show gets into gear

Free event is Aug. 3 at fairgrounds

Goosefoot announces results of grant cycle

Goosefoot has announced this year’s recipients of its annual community grant program, awarding $101,000 to 21 non-profit organizations that serve the South Whidbey community. Goosefoot’s… Continue reading

Art & About | Whidbey Island’s August art events

The ARTISTS OF SOUTH WHIDBEY are proud to present their 45th annual art show and sale Friday-Sunday, Aug. 2-4. The show features original paintings, prints… Continue reading

Short Story Smash at Whidbey Island Center for the Arts

Flash fiction contest now allows 500 words, entries due by Aug. 1

Four days of fun: Whidbey fair has rides, animals, food, jugglers, Spider-man

It was sunshine and smiles for the Whidbey Island Fair’s opening day Thursday. The fairgounds in Langley were crowded with families and fun-lovers of all… Continue reading

Islanders join protest against detention centers

Vigils, signs and demonstrations across Whidbey Friday

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Whidbey Island Fair kicks off Thursday, runs July 18-21

Fair has showcased Whidbey Island agriculture, local talent for over 90 years

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Making dreams come true ‘When you Wish’ | Whidbey Island Fair

Children’s faces light up when they spot their heroes and idols walking across the Whidbey Island Fairgrounds, and performers from When you Wish Productions feel… Continue reading

Top 4-H student of the year reflects on experiences | Whidbey Island Fair

SWHS grad Camden Miller participated in the horse division for years, switched to cattle this year

Whidbey residents collaborate for Pride picnic

Organizers plan to make Langley Pride Picnic a new tradition, hope to see Pride Parade return

Ray Harding stands with 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, which will appear in the car show Sunday. (Photos by Laura Guido/South Whidbey Record)

Cool night of cars

Cool Bayview Nights Car Show a fun, family-friendly event in Bayview this Sunday

Ray Harding stands with 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, which will appear in the car show Sunday. (Photos by Laura Guido/South Whidbey Record)