Animated Army dog film kicks off vet center fundraiser

‘Sgt. Scubby, an American Hero’ coming to Clyde Theatre Sunday


Orrin Gorman McClellan’s words of war resonate beyond his death

‘A Soldier’s Journal, Last Supper to No Goodbye’ chronicles combat’s invisible wounds


A cyclist charges up a hill near scenic Ebey’s Landing along the 20-mile route of the Whidbey Camano Land Trust’s 2018 Sea, Trees Pie Bike Ride on Central Whidbey. Photo provided

Sea, Trees and Pie bicycle ride serving cyclists slice of natural beauty

It’s one thing to take in the sights of scenic Central Whidbey Island from inside a vehicle. It’s quite another to soak in all the… Continue reading

  • May 15, 2019


Savor Spring offers palate pleasers of local wine, spirits and food

Six tasting locations featured this weekend on South Whidbey

WhidbeyTV nominated for regional Emmy award

WhidbeyTV has been nominated for a regional Emmy Award for a 30-minute documentary the company produced last year on Whidbey Island World War II veteran,… Continue reading

  • May 14, 2019

Bingo, bingo!

Fabulous fundraiser combines drag queens and fun

Orca Network not giving up on captured whale

Nearly half a century later, the fight for Lolita continues. Starting 11 a.m. Saturday, about 20 people gathered at the intersection of Main Street and… Continue reading

Parents honor a son wounded by war

This year, when Judith Gorman and Perry McClellan remember their son on the day he died in his Langley home, they’ll have a gift for… Continue reading

Independence Day Parade marches on for Maxwelton

Business sponsors preserve the South Whidbey tradition

Whidbey Art Escape(s) into downtown Langley

Ceramics paint shop offers do-it-yourself art next to upscale galleries

Hearts & Hammers has ‘wonderful day’

It was the big weekend for Whidbey Island’s Hearts & Hammers chapters, which held their once-a-year workday on Saturday, May 4. South Whidbey Hearts &… Continue reading

Bear heads from Whidbey to Fidalgo Island

The local island-hopping black bear has made another swim. Reported sightings of the lumbering loner have tracked his movements from Central Whidbey north along the… Continue reading

Fashionably great

Hospital Guild raises money for WhidbeyHealth

“Tide Pool Girl,” watercolor by Peggy Woods, new exhibit at Rob Schouten Gallery.

Art shows spring forth in May

FIRST SATURDAY Langley Art Walk is 5-7 p.m, Saturday, May 4. Galleries host receptions and showcase local artists. WHIDBEY ART GALLERY presents Lauren Brumbaugh and… Continue reading

“Tide Pool Girl,” watercolor by Peggy Woods, new exhibit at Rob Schouten Gallery.

After 33 years teaching tots from A to Z, longtime Freeland preschool teacher retiring

Joan Johnson with the ‘magical white hair’ taught two generations of South Whidbey families

Masters of stone to be honored this weekend

Freeland’s sculpture garden and park feature innovative work

Calling all dogs to sniff out ‘Reading with Rover’

Evaluation is prerequisite to therapy training class

Find Comforts on South Whidbey

Hard work and dedication pay off with a destination BB and winery

South Whidbey buzzes with Earth Day activities

Lesson plan includes making mason bee jars, planting veggies, bird watching

WhidbeyCon draws fans of the magical and monsterous

The magical, mythical, super and monstrous converged in one, free and family-friendly celebration of fandom over the weekend. Oak Harbor Library Saturday hosted its third… Continue reading