Patricia Guthrie

Waldorf students learn from mentors as they tackle hands-on projects

‘They’ve put in commitment, creativity and courage’

Learn how to best prepared at Saturday event

Emergency Preparedness Fair hosted by many organizations

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Langley leash law may get more teeth

Dogs will be required to be on a leash in Langley at all times under a new ordinance being considered by the Langley City Council.… Continue reading

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School administrators get 15 percent pay bump

New contract awards school superintendent $193,000 base salary

Many parts comprise recycled art for Bayview show

Vintage sewing machines turn into not-so-toy little tractors

Helping Hand salmon fundraiser set for March 8

Salmon, baked potato, coleslaw, cake and baseball are on the menu at a Friday fundraiser in Langley. Helping Hand of South Whidbey is hosting a… Continue reading

Science learning lab damaged in fire

Leonard Good’s workshop saved but not his vast collections

Art & About for March

FIRST SATURDAY Langley Art Walk is 5-7 p.m, Saturday, March 2. Galleries host receptions and showcase local artists. WHIDBEY ART GALLERY shows many new pieces… Continue reading

Doggone ‘Mystery’ sets records for customers, canines and clues

Sleuthhounds abound at event’s 35th anniversary

Survey says: Pool, trails network top picks for parks

An aquatic center and a linked trail system are at the top of South Whidbey residents’ wish list for new recreational projects, a recent survey… Continue reading

South Whidbey homes deemed safe following landslide

Three homes in the path of a small South Whidbey landslide were evacuated Thursday while Island County engineers surveyed the area, according to South Whidbey… Continue reading

Josh Hauser and John Ball: Mystery Weekend’s ‘usual suspects’ going on 35 years

‘It’s just a blast. You don’t want to take off your costume at the end’

Tots receive truckload of learning

Island Disposal gives lessons in safety, garbage and recycling

Ossman & Walcutt, Hearts & Hammers together for comedy benefit

George L. Tirebiter slated to kick-off Not Insane! 2020 campaign

South Whidbey students targeted in new drug prevention program

District awarded state grant toward community-based solutions

The Bard gets a boutique to boost Shakespeare festival

To buy or not to buy? That won’t be the question if you’re mad about Shakespeare and find yourself in the Bard’s Boutique — South… Continue reading

School districts wrestle with too much snow and not enough time for teaching

Some may seek state waivers to avoid adding more days in June

Clinton Community Hall could be flush again soon with indoor plumbing

Fundraiser nearing top for new septic system

Voters strongly support South Whidbey school levies

Both ballot measures pass with 70 percent support

South Whidbey voters approve school levies

South Whidbey residents overwhelmingly approved the extension of two levies that pay for programs, technology and capital improvements for the South Whidbey School District. The… Continue reading