Patricia Guthrie

Art galleries springing into April

FIRST SATURDAY Langley Art Walk is 5-7 p.m, Saturday, April 6. Galleries host receptions and showcase local artists. WHIDBEY ART GALLERY is bursting with new… Continue reading

Filmmaker focuses on mental illness, war trauma

Selected for ‘Wild and Wise Women’ book

Getting to Paine Field gets easier

Options begin this week for getting to and from new Everett terminal

Tom Walker, left, Russ Link, Randy Hudson and Tom Fisher are The Rural Characters, circa 2019, coming together April 7 for a Clinton Community Hall benefit performance. They hope to put “the septic slush fund over the top but not above ground.” (Photo provided)

Septic system fix gets final push from DrainFest

‘Rural Characters’ reunite for benefit with ‘waste-free’ golden oldies

Tom Walker, left, Russ Link, Randy Hudson and Tom Fisher are The Rural Characters, circa 2019, coming together April 7 for a Clinton Community Hall benefit performance. They hope to put “the septic slush fund over the top but not above ground.” (Photo provided)

Music captures marvel of Boeing’s bygone days

Langley concert features two orchestras and one really big piano

2019 Goosefoot grant cycle begins

Nonprofits need to submit inquiry letter

Talk softly, lug a big lens

Naturalist focuses on whales for Puget Sound Express boat tours

Cynthia Tilkin celebrates milestone with surprising number of admirers

‘The dynamo is still going strong at age 80’

New names for South Whidbey trails

Falcon Trail and Cedar Corner are the official names for two new trails within South Whidbey Community Park. On Wednesday, commissioners with South Whidbey Parks… Continue reading

Cooking up lessons in Langley’s Learning Labs

Youth, adults take classes in revamped home ec and shop classrooms

The city of Langley plans to replace well-loved playground equipment at Generation Park with a new structure that includes glide slides, spiral climber, horizontal loop ladder, spin cup, toddler swing and more. (Photo provided)

Generation Park slated for new playground equipment

Glide slides, spiral climber, loop ladder, spin cup and more swinging in soon

The city of Langley plans to replace well-loved playground equipment at Generation Park with a new structure that includes glide slides, spiral climber, horizontal loop ladder, spin cup, toddler swing and more. (Photo provided)

Dogs still get to run free by the sea in Langley

Seawall Park exempted from new leash law

Geri Forbes’ four-year tenure marked by change, controversy and construction

Bottom line got healthier than took a turn for the worse

Spring is here. Officially.

Hello sun, sailing, flowers, fun, warm dirt and higher temperatures

Whidbey Homeless Coalition Spring Fling set for March 23

Annual fundraiser features taco meal, live music, auction, dessert dash

Port renames, rebrands Langley fair property to attract events

One of the oldest venues on South Whidbey has a new name — Whidbey Island Fairgrounds and Events Center. Let’s hope it lasts. Commissioners with… Continue reading

WhidbeyHealth CEO Geri Forbes is retiring

Geri Forbes, CEO of WhidbeyHealth, announced Friday she is retiring on July 1. During her four-year tenure overseeing Whidbey health system, Forbes oversaw the construction… Continue reading

Port of South Whidbey commissioners Jack Ng, left, Curt Gordon and Ed Halloran review a list of grant application requests before announcing their decision at a meeting.

Port announces annual grants for tourism development

Eight organizations get piece of $30,000 pie

Port of South Whidbey commissioners Jack Ng, left, Curt Gordon and Ed Halloran review a list of grant application requests before announcing their decision at a meeting.

Whidbey birds winging it at Clyde Theatre

Johnsons’ new film debuts March 24, 31

‘Aging in Comfort’ to be presented March 27 by Island Senior Resources

Resource Fair to discuss Medicare, social security, caregiving and hospice