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Kit Ketcham is stepping up her campaign in the defense of science, so long as science is done right.
Despite last week’s layoffs, Nichols Brothers Boat Builders of Freeland is confident that more work is on the way.
Island County Diking District 1 commissioners will meet in special session on Friday to talk about hiring an attorney to represent the district in dealings with the Army Corps of Engineers.
Island County Diking District 1 commissioner John Shepard has been barred by a judge from participating in any further commission discussion of a pending lawsuit against the district.
As the economy continues to pitch and roll, the city of Langley is keeping a tight grip on the $4 million in its pocketbook.
Lila Browne can’t wait to strap on her tool belt and get to hammering on her future. Browne and her two young children will be recipients of the 21st house built on Whidbey Island by the local chapter of Habitat.
Island County Fire District 3 commissioners will focus on their search for a new chief at a special meeting today.
Port of South Whidbey commissioners are inching toward selling a portion of land that’s been eyed for a 140-foot cell-phone tower above Possession Point Waterfront Park south of Clinton.
Fran Abel, a civic activist with a deep interest in land use and local fiscal policy, is the newest member of the Langley City Council.
When people in Langley look ahead, they’re also looking behind, if recent events are any indication.
The preliminary estimate for a new Island County Fire District 3 central facility at Bayview came in on the low end, but district officials remain cautious.
A new fireboat, a looming financial squeeze and a small measure of employee sacrifice all figure prominently in Island County Fire District 3’s proposed budget for 2011.
Langley’s local “yarn bombers” apparently ran afoul of the law, and new Police Chief Randy Heston found himself tangled in a bind in only his second week on the job.
Langley’s historic Dog House Tavern was sold just above the minimum bid of $590,000 in an auction Friday morning on the steps of the Island County courthouse.
Hearts & Hammers needs more volunteers for its annual workday in May, at least according to its computers. And it can use more firewood, too.
Even in a water wonderland there can be too much water. One of the wettest late winter and springs in island history has not only caused several large mudslides on the South End, but has swelled lake levels to the possible destructive point, officials said.
The hot-potato Langley Passage housing project was tossed into the laps of the Langley City Council on Wednesday.
The unselfish spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. sowed more philanthropic seeds in the South Whidbey community on Monday. More than 35 volunteers, many of them students, turned out at three community garden locations to honor the late civil rights leader with a day of service.
Six members of a Langley church youth group are back home and seeing life more clearly after a 16-day summer mission to Gabon in Equatorial Africa.
Gary Nau pretty much knows what he’ll be doing on Veterans Day on Thursday.