Patricia Guthrie

Vivienne Duchanne performs with Queens of the Island by night at Off the Hook in downtown Oak Harbor on the second Tuesday of every month. Photo by Laura Guido/Whidbey News-Times

Life is a drag

‘Queens of the Island’ reeling in Whidbey fans

Vivienne Duchanne performs with Queens of the Island by night at Off the Hook in downtown Oak Harbor on the second Tuesday of every month. Photo by Laura Guido/Whidbey News-Times

Rotary accepting grant applications

The Rotary Club of South Whidbey is now taking grant applications from local qualifying groups. Applicants should be registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations. Applicants should include… Continue reading

Music connects kids, cultures

Uganda’s ‘Dance of Hope’ in residence on Whidbey

Time for whales and whale watching boats

Tours set to start March 10 from Langley

Twins’ art spotlighted in gallery show

Dan and Mike Burroughs: ‘Brothers with Brushes’

Making art out of life’s leftovers

‘C.R.A.P.’ coming back for annual show

Langley welcomes Ugandan ‘Dance of Hope’ next month in Langley

Whidbey Island will host a youth dance group from Uganda for two weeks in March as part of its North American tour. The local visit… Continue reading

Gardening workshop in full bloom

30 years of digging the dirt

‘Vagina Monologues’ tapestry of women’s voices on stage Feb. 25

Whidbey joins 20th anniversary global events

Dancing Fish Farm to buzz with The Bee Eaters fiddlers

Acoustic concert features fiddling siblings

Flu factors into three Island County deaths in early 2018

All suffered underlying medical conditions

‘Neighbors helping neighbors’ more than a motto

Hearts Hammers seeks projects, volunteers

Follow the clues, unearth a ‘Whale of a Tail’

Langley Murder Mystery Weekend set Feb. 24-25

Wine, spirits, chocolate: a sweet Whidbey treat

Vintners expect a full house for annual tasting tour

Calyx School student photos shine at Bayview exhibit

Calyx School student photos shine at Bayview exhibit

Knox Shannon, 8, holds, a gnome given by his aunt.

Habitat celebrates 50th house built in 20 years

Lindsey Shannon can’t bring herself to climb higher than two steps up a ladder. But that didn’t stop her from helping a team of Habitat… Continue reading

Knox Shannon, 8, holds, a gnome given by his aunt.

“Friends” joining Whidbey’s state parks

Volunteers to patch up public’s playgrounds

Sound Water Stewards seek more volunteers

Extensive training teaches science of the sea

Disney’s “Aladdin” gets South Whidbey spin

Never too much fun for Langley theater ‘elders’

Wait over for Saturday bus service on Whidbey

Island Transit set to roll Jan. 27