Patricia Guthrie

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

After 33 years teaching tots from A to Z, longtime Freeland preschool teacher retiring

Joan Johnson with the ‘magical white hair’ taught two generations of South Whidbey families

Hearing set Tuesday on short-term rentals in Langley

A public hearing on how the city of Langley intends to regulate short-term vacation rentals is scheduled 6 p.m., Tuesday, April 30 at Langley Methodist… Continue reading

Foraging with ‘funguy’ Travis Furlanic

Whidbey Wild Mushroom Tours offer a taste of local woods

Masters of stone to be honored this weekend

Freeland’s sculpture garden and park feature innovative work

Hospital interim CEO presents to-do list

High quality patient care, respectful workplace, community involvement among goals

Calling all dogs to sniff out ‘Reading with Rover’

Evaluation is prerequisite to therapy training class

South Whidbey buzzes with Earth Day activities

Lesson plan includes making mason bee jars, planting veggies, bird watching

Taming Bigfoot

Challenge kicks off Earth Day efforts on Whidbey Island

South Whidbey students speak up about schools during public meeting

‘What steps are you going to take right now to protect our education?’

Callison to seek second term as Langley mayor

Seats on city council and school board will be up for grabs this year

Grief in the middle of the ocean

Chris Jordan’s film shows the plight of man through the eyes of albatross

Jo Moccia

Petition calls for South Whidbey Superintendent Jo Moccia to resign

Moccia says she’s committed to working together with parents to address issues

Jo Moccia

Multi-family zoning proposal raises concerns

Residents objecting to a proposed rezoning ordinance told the Langley City Council Monday that they are distrustful of the process being used to clear the… Continue reading