Patricia Guthrie

Cannabis company collects coats, bedding for needy

Freeland store links with Whidbey Homeless Coalition


Freeland artist not just dabbling in lots of dots

Renee Boyce rocks the trendy mandala market


WhidbeyHealth expresses regret over insurance snafu

Retired workers caught in web of communication chaos


First Street design project goes before council

Improving safety, boosting aesthetics remain priorities

Parks district seeks names for new trails

Public invited to make suggestions

Gathering to praise the peacemakers

Freeland event to celebrate Martin Luther King

Connecting past and present Whidbey Telecom’s museum goal

‘Little Red Building’ soon to be rolling downtown

Rose Rydeen and David Gregor (Photo provided)

Exploring love’s mystery and memory

Late-life romance subject of David Gregor’s latest book

Rose Rydeen and David Gregor (Photo provided)

Making dolls to make a difference in Mexico

Sewing bee focuses on moms, infants in rural Chiapas

Sea Float Scramble over in a flash of glass

More than 1,000 visitors pack Langley’s first event of 2019

Magic is Hahna Luna’s business

One woman’s real Whidbey fairy tale

Langley urged to oppose Growler expansion

‘This will have ripple effects on South Whidbey’

New owner buys Freeland’s popular Whidbey Art Escape

Do-it-yourself craft spot bids good-bye to Tina Beard

‘Bearing’ it for New Year’s Day tradition

Polar Bear Plunge attracts hundreds on sunny day

Friends of Whidbey State Parks seek more members

South Whidbey, Possession Point sites subject of Jan. 12 meetings

Not a flush year for Clinton Community Hall

Fundraiser started for septic system overhaul

Sea Float Scramble to blow through town

Annual tradition geared toward kids and visitors

Art & About gallery shows for January 2019

FIRST SATURDAY Langley Art Walk is 5-7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 5. Galleries host receptions and showcase stunning art by talented local artists. WHIDBEY ART… Continue reading

Sound Waters University set for Feb. 2 in Langley

Registration begins Dec. 28 for all-day classes on Salish Sea

Langley awards tourism funds

One dozen applicants and $115,000 in funding