Patricia Guthrie

Whidbey’s shrimp season mighty small and plenty busy

Local waters awash in thousands of buoys, hundreds of boaters and dinner for dozens

 

Animated Army dog film kicks off vet center fundraiser

‘Sgt. Scubby, an American Hero’ coming to Clyde Theatre Sunday

 

Orrin Gorman McClellan’s words of war resonate beyond his death

‘A Soldier’s Journal, Last Supper to No Goodbye’ chronicles combat’s invisible wounds

 

Filing week draws new faces, contested races

School board leader Linda Racicot faces challenger

Savor Spring offers palate pleasers of local wine, spirits and food

Six tasting locations featured this weekend on South Whidbey

Parents honor a son wounded by war

This year, when Judith Gorman and Perry McClellan remember their son on the day he died in his Langley home, they’ll have a gift for… Continue reading

WSF hosting community meeting May 23 in Mukilteo

Washington State Ferries is hosting a series of community meetings to talk about its ferries and the future. Public comment will be taken on the… Continue reading

As new CEO, Ron Telles vows to regain public trust in WhidbeyHealth

Board awards one-year contract, $330,000 annual salary with no bonuses

Pooling young talent for underwater robotic contest

South Whidbey ROV team competes in regional challenge

Independence Day Parade marches on for Maxwelton

Business sponsors preserve the South Whidbey tradition

PSE closing two Whidbey service offices this summer

Two outlets will continue to accept in-person payments

Whidbey Art Escape(s) into downtown Langley

Ceramics paint shop offers do-it-yourself art next to upscale galleries

Got game?

Club for board game ‘nerds,’ kids and adults forms in South Whidbey

Wallin, Fey seek another term

Two members of the WhidbeyHealth board of commissioners up for re-election confirmed they will be seeking another term. Board President Ron Wallin and Secretary Nancy… Continue reading

History rolls back into downtown

Telephone company’s ‘Little Red Building’ squeezes into new space

An L-shaped driveway with two parking areas (lower left) has already been developed on Third Street in Langley. Habitat for Humanity of Island County purchased the property more than two years ago with the goal to build a multi-family housing project. (Image courtesy of Google Maps)

Rezoning to expand Langley housing options up for vote Monday

Habitat CEO suggests letting go of ‘preconceived notion of people in need’

An L-shaped driveway with two parking areas (lower left) has already been developed on Third Street in Langley. Habitat for Humanity of Island County purchased the property more than two years ago with the goal to build a multi-family housing project. (Image courtesy of Google Maps)
“Tide Pool Girl,” watercolor by Peggy Woods, new exhibit at Rob Schouten Gallery.

Art shows spring forth in May

FIRST SATURDAY Langley Art Walk is 5-7 p.m, Saturday, May 4. Galleries host receptions and showcase local artists. WHIDBEY ART GALLERY presents Lauren Brumbaugh and… Continue reading

“Tide Pool Girl,” watercolor by Peggy Woods, new exhibit at Rob Schouten Gallery.

Langley water, sewer fixes may cost $7 million

Higher property taxes could be sought

One boy collects 9,129 pounds of nourishment for food bank

Spencer Jonas’ annual birthday challenge surpasses expectations by a few tons

Faking a death to save young lives

Mock DUI crash, trial and funeral a precursor to prom night