Patricia Guthrie

Meeting planned for tourism tax guidelines

Public review set for July 9 meeting

South Whidbey parks levy up for renewal

Tax on Aug. 7 primary election ballot

Expanding knowledge

Whidbey Institute adds more lodging, plans open house

People rally to keep 4th of July events on track

Maxwelton parade revives free shuttle vans

Clinton gets new power poles

New utility poles, wires going up along Maxwelton Road

Growing new farmers at Maxwelton school

‘You need a farmer three times a day’

Congolese Festival is a chance to celebrate, educate

Last event before Northwest Cultural Center relocates

Expert says chief followed right protocol

David Marks’ arrest of suspect ‘exactly what we teach’

Pride without prejudice

Rainbow skies celebrate annual showing of diversity

Sheriff candidates field questions

Homelessness, property theft, drugs and other issues addressed

Mucking about for clams

‘Digging for Dinner’ a popular Sound Water activity

Shhh…it’s a surprise party for old-timer Bill Lanning

Friends, customers invited to celebrate former owner of Bill’s Feed Tack

Braeburn breakfast is back

Langley restaurant renovation doubles kitchen, adds dining space

Langley Police chief vilified at council meeting

David Marks called a bully, liar and unfit to be top cop

School’s out! for Class of 2018 at SWHS

Academy graduates two dozen and high school graduates 89

Whidbey Island Garden Tour highlights five homes

Tickets still available for Saturday event

Scorch is a play about gender identification showing at Outcast’s black box theater on the Island County fairgrounds June 13-17. It’s a one-person play, performed by Carmen Berkeley. Director and co-producer Ty Molbak went to middle school in Langley was was active in Whidbey Children’s Theater. Both will be seniors at Rutgers University in the fall. One scene in the play “Scorch” portrays the main character looking into mirrors and wondering what others see.

‘Scorch’ looks at first love and ‘gender fraud’

Irish play revolves around one character’s confusion

Scorch is a play about gender identification showing at Outcast’s black box theater on the Island County fairgrounds June 13-17. It’s a one-person play, performed by Carmen Berkeley. Director and co-producer Ty Molbak went to middle school in Langley was was active in Whidbey Children’s Theater. Both will be seniors at Rutgers University in the fall. One scene in the play “Scorch” portrays the main character looking into mirrors and wondering what others see.

The sound of the Sound

Langley Whale Center opens listening booth

Langley serves as tourism teacher in cultural exchange

Uzbekistan officials learn how to sell their cities

Goosefoot grant aids school farms

Another $50,000 grant headed to South Whidbey School Farms