Patricia Guthrie

Getting ex-cidered!

Cider Festival features food, fun and Muscle and Arm Farm

 

Nortier leaving Island Transit

Executive director deboarding bus system next month

 

Church event to address racism, white privilege

‘Let Justice Roll Down’ set for Sept. 30

 

Settlement reached with former police chief

Marks to receive $80,000, resigned Sept. 7

Bird in the Hand Festival slated for Sept. 22

Audubon’s preserved birds to be displayed at Bayview

Musical tributes to honor DjangoFest founder

‘Forever and ever, this will be Nick Lehr’s festival’

Fall festival returns to Greenbank Farm

Sept. 30 celebration of harvest and community

Bigger, better in-patient pharmacy coming to hospital

WhidbeyHealth Medical Center will soon be back in the business of making chemotherapy drugs when its new pharmacy opens in November. For about a year,… Continue reading

Open for business

Port pursues events, tenants for fairground buildings

Raptors ready to roost at annual festival

Get up close with nature’s hunting aviators Saturday

Slow down or pay up

With classes in session, deputies are enforcing speed limits in school zones

Shipping out to sea

Nichols launches 2nd Lindblad Expeditions ‘pocket’ cruise ship

Park design reviews are positive

Residents mostly praise Seawall Park improvement plan

Repairs to a floating dock below the Clinton pier didn’t hold up earlier this year and sections had to be removed for safety reasons. Overseen by the Port of South Whidbey, stabilizing the dock for visiting boaters has been a continual challenge.

‘Repairs’ at Clinton dock cost $70,000

South Whidbey Port left with big bill and big hole

Repairs to a floating dock below the Clinton pier didn’t hold up earlier this year and sections had to be removed for safety reasons. Overseen by the Port of South Whidbey, stabilizing the dock for visiting boaters has been a continual challenge.

Last-minute deal averts teachers’ strike

Teachers, district agree on two-year contract

Paving work starts soon in Langley

The unmistakable aroma of new asphalt is coming soon to residents living on Langley’s Second Street hill and nearby roads. A construction project will scrape… Continue reading

City seeks comment on ‘wayfinding’ system

The city of Langley is considering two design options for a new city-wide wayfinding program, which is a system of information to help visitors. Posters… Continue reading

‘Mr. South Whidbey’ preview set for Sept. 6

It’s that catwalk time of year again when six daring — and soon-to-be darling — men vie for the coveted title of Mr. South Whidbey.… Continue reading

South Whidbey teachers set Monday deadline

Collective bargaining set to resume Labor Day

Seawall Park Middens shelter/
                                Concept design by Jay Davenny

Seawall Park ideas to be aired

Unique shelters part of proposal

Seawall Park Middens shelter/
                                Concept design by Jay Davenny