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State, family to erect memorial road sign for DUI victim

Mary Jo Keil wakes up every morning and thinks about the same…

 

No seismic work planned at LMS

Seismically retrofitting Langley Middle School isn’t on the South Whidbey School District’s…

 

State auditor issues finding against county

The Washington State Auditor’s Office issued an audit finding against Island County…

 

King’s, Cedar Park Christian consider jumping ship to Emerald City League | UPDATED

Move could result in collapse of Falcons’ home league, Cascade Conference

Langley Main Street Association to clean up Langley Park

The Langley Main Street Association is taking the lead on making improvements…

Maxwelton Outdoor Classroom turns 20, celebration planned for next month

As much as salmon and students are integral to the Maxwelton Outdoor…

Deputy shoots kills armed man on North Whidbey | Updated

A deputy with the Island County Sheriff’s Office shot and killed an…

Djangofest Northwest tunes up Wednesday

Gypsy jazz will fill Langley’s streets this week. The 17th annual DjangoFest…

Final county jail review documents ‘impressive’ change

Impressive progress has been made in improving the management and operation of…

School district releases LMS rental rates

The price tags for rentable rooms at Langley Middle School have been…

South Whidbey High School garden grows in popularity with students

South Whidbey High School junior Matthew Simmons isn’t a fan of tomatoes.…

Goose worker to compete in state bagging championship

Next Wednesday, grocery baggers from across the state will compete to see…

Is South Whidbey having a baby boom?

It’s no secret that South Whidbey’s demographic is older than it was…

Living ‘an authentic life’ invites many questions, transgender man says

Living ‘an authentic life’ invites many questions, transgender man says

Intern program helps small farms bloom

Interns can be a rare commodity in the world of small farming.…

Capital budget: jobs, addiction funding at risk

As the state capital budget remains quagmired in the Legislature over a…

South Whidbey steps up to help Hurricane Harvey victims

It was Tuesday, Sept. 5, just a few days after the worst…

Planning for the worst at the emergency prep fair

Ash fell from the sky earlier this week in Western Washington, and…

Suspected DUI crash in Freeland sends one to hospital | CORRECTED

A Freeland woman may face DUI and vehicular assault charges after striking…

Two boys suspected in Freeland house fire

Whidbey police have arrested two young boys in connection with a suspicious…

Reunion for LHS class of 1957 sparks old memories, rekindles friendships

Though it’s been 60 years since Langley High School’s class of 1957…

South Whidbey High School’s stadium renamed after Jim ‘Coach’ Leierer

Jim “Coach” Leierer’s legacy was officially cemented in a fitting place on…

Lewellen pleads guilty, receives 138-month sentence

A Yelm man and former South Whidbey resident will spend the next…

Bipartisan group promotes civility first

President Donald Trump didn’t invent rudeness. He may be the most high-profile…

Boy scout with Whidbey roots builds shelter for food bank

Good Cheer Food Bank customers waiting for a ride home now have…

Burning: An ancient tool being used to restore Central Whidbey’s ancient prairies

To restore prairie land on Central Whidbey, local organizations are turning to…

State capital budget gap spurs Whidbey agencies to consider new options

The state legislature had until the end of its third special session…

Process to update long-awaited Freeland development regulations begins

After years of envisioning growth rules for the Freeland Subarea Plan, Island…

Joint effort ponders Greenbank tide gate headache

An earth-and-cobble dike, tide gate and other infrastructure built in the early…

New funding bolsters Big Brothers Big Sisters presence

A year ago, 11-year-old Matthew Smith was behind in school, mostly kept…

Sort out guardianship issues before it’s too late, Freeland woman says

Out of everyone in her family, Freeland resident Carolyn Buck says she…

2017 Soup Box Derby draws crowds, smiles

Speed demons, youngsters and businesses on wheels bombed down Zippy Raceway at…

Coupeville man accused of killing dog with pickax

A Coupeville man is accused of beating a dog to death with…

Port to hold public meeting on Clinton market study

Calming and managing ferry traffic, developing a community drain field for new…

Survey results narrow Langley Middle School use

Survey results show South Whidbey residents largely support Langley Middle School transforming…

School meeting draws 700 students, parents

Students affected by the closure of Langley Middle School had a taste…

State encourages anglers to hit the beach for Atlantic salmon after net pen failure

After the recent net pen failure that resulted in the release of…

‘Suspicious’ fire destroys Honeymoon Bay home

Justin Burnett/The Record — South Whidbey Fire/EMS firefighters work to extinguish a house fire on Honeymoon Bay Road on Wednesday evening. The fire was deemed “suspicious” in nature.

Selling South Whidbey School District assets isn’t worth it, administrators say

If the South Whidbey School District is successful in leasing out all…

Macklemore appears in court on suspended driver’s license charge

He didn’t exactly beat the rap, but Macklemore got a deal out…

Whidbey’s war on drugs

President Donald Trump announced this month the country’s opioid problem is now…

Viewed through cereal boxes or approved glasses, eclipse was a ‘wonderful sight to see’

Around 100 people lined up on Cascade Avenue in Langley Monday morning…

Flat Earth: from skeptic to believer

South Whidbey grad Mark Sargent has been known for many things. Once…

Neighbors protest event in Clinton that is expected to draw hundreds

An overnight camping event that aims to bring young families and nature…

Solar Eclipse 2017: Going totally for the totality in Oregon or staying partial to Whidbey

Wherever you view the skies Monday, wear proper eye protection, experts warn

Langley can pick up art insurance for free this time

The Langley City Council voted to insure artist Dale Reiger’s sculpture in…

Veterans survey to gauge service needs, population

Freeland resident Kat Ersch knows what’s done is done. Her late husband,…

Langley celebrates ‘queer’ pride with march

Smiles were plentiful in Langley on Sunday as a diverse and colorful…

Newspaperman Wallie Funk dies at age 95

One of the great community newspapermen died Aug. 12 in his hometown…

Lummi Nation joins efforts to return Tokitae ‘to the place in her heart’

‘We need to do something for these beautiful, spiritual creatures’