Patricia Guthrie

Black Box Theater repairs on the way

Port awards contract for construction

New bistro blooms

‘We want people to come here for the food as much as the wine’

Museum debuts history tour

Fundraiser combines talks, walk and wine tasting

Mr. South Whidbey 2018 crowned

Fun, frivolity and lots of funds for medical needs

4-H Rally Day emphasizes diverse activities club offers

‘It’s photography to fiber arts to electronics’

Suva sails away with major awards

Schooner ‘People’s Choice’ at Seattle wooden boat festival

Family, fiction woven into Wood’s debut novel

Frances Wood usually deals in facts, though the names of birds she writes about do occasionally sound far fetched; bushtit, bufflehead, yellow-rumped warbler, to name… Continue reading

Suquamish is on the run

Newest ferry starts service on Clinton-Mukilteo route

South Whidbey field becomes helipad

Fire trucks and other emergency vehicles swarmed the parking lot of South Whidbey High School Thursday to help load a local resident into a helicopter,… Continue reading

Art & About

Whidbey Island’s October art events

Public hearing focuses on climate change

Should Langley support Initiative 1631?

Apple Day falling earlier

Apples are ripening early this year so the annual homage to the fall fruit is also earlier. This year, Apple Day is scheduled from 10… Continue reading

It’s showtime for Mr. South Whidbey

It’s showtime for six brave guys trying to raise big bucks via their charm, catwalk, talk, wit and talent. Friends of Friends, a nonprofit that… Continue reading

Drawing to a close

Freeland owner selling popular shop, Whidbey Art Escape

Clinton Hall overflows with voter interest

Candidates forum draws nearly 200 residents

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                                <em>“It’s all yours now,” jokes Stacie Burgua, right, to Verna Everitt. Burgua recently retired as executive director of Whidbey Island Center for the Arts as Everitt assumed the WICA leadership role this month. (Photo by Patricia Guthrie/Whidbey News Group)</em></address>

New WICA director brings arts management to stage

Verna Everitt skilled in outreach, fundraising and nonprofits

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                                <em>“It’s all yours now,” jokes Stacie Burgua, right, to Verna Everitt. Burgua recently retired as executive director of Whidbey Island Center for the Arts as Everitt assumed the WICA leadership role this month. (Photo by Patricia Guthrie/Whidbey News Group)</em></address>

Get in costume at Senior Thrift

Costumes, decorations selling fast at Freeland store

Transit awarded $1 million bus grant

Grant buys 10 propane-powered paratransit buses

‘South Whidbey Backroads’ meeting Sunday at Bayview Hall

Learn about the lore behind the landscape

Djamming in Djangley

It all started with a desire to hear the sweet, melodic voice of her brother in law, a classically-trained singer. So she tapped on the… Continue reading