Life

Rotary fights against global scourge

‘In our lifetime, polio will be eradicated’ — Nick Wildeman

Pumpkin pie is elementary

Plant the pumpkin, bake the pumpkin, eat the pie

Fishin’ Club hooks members with a diversity of meetings

Northwest Native art to be discussed Thursday

Art and About

Uncommon Threads, 15th Annual Whidbey Weavers Guild show, 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Friday, Nov. 2 and Sat. Nov. 3 at Nordic Hall, 63 Jacobs Road Coupeville.… Continue reading

Fort gets spooky for Halloween

Haunted Fort event will be a scary good time

‘Herstory’ honors trailblazing lesbians

They lived so long in the shadows that by the time the light shone, many had died. But their names, stories and struggles live on… Continue reading

Soup’s on for annual fundraiser

More than a dozen local restaurants are contributing signature soups for Good Cheer Food Bank’s annual Empty Soup Bowl Night 5 to 7 p.m., Sunday,… Continue reading

Music from another era

Fun Band brings joy to Island Senior Resources in Bayview

Halloween Happenings

FREELAND Halloween Howl n3:30-6:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26, board an Island Transit bus for a free twilight tour to Deception Pass State Park with Native… Continue reading

Village Pizza tosses in support of Cultural Center

After more than 30 years in business, Micky and Paul Sarkis of Village Pizzeria are hosting their first benefit ever at their popular Langley restaurant.… Continue reading

Ukulele unites ‘spirited’ couple

Cultus Bay Distillery owners dip into brandy and grappa

Unraveling a tangled web

Brown descendant researches wild times of Progressive era

Author’s new book looks at dying at home

‘It’s my passion to demystify hospice’ — Karen J. Clayton

Manning

National Teacher of Year coming to Langley

Offers insight into lives of refugee, immigrant students

Manning
Kelly Hatley, 63, proudly displays characters from “King of the Hill” in Freeland on Whidbey Island. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

‘King of the Hill’ is alive, well and on display in Freeland

‘I get people taking photographs all the time … and apparently it’s on Facebook’

Kelly Hatley, 63, proudly displays characters from “King of the Hill” in Freeland on Whidbey Island. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Black Box Theater repairs on the way

Port awards contract for construction

Museum debuts history tour

Fundraiser combines talks, walk and wine tasting

Mr. South Whidbey 2018 crowned

Fun, frivolity and lots of funds for medical needs

4-H Rally Day emphasizes diverse activities club offers

‘It’s photography to fiber arts to electronics’

Cheryl Wieldraayer was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer in 2002.

Second opinion leads to second chance

Oct. is Breast cancer Awareness Month

Cheryl Wieldraayer was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer in 2002.