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A 23-year-old homeless man who recently led South Whidbey cops on a foot chase through Langley may end up behind bars in a state prison for trying to sell a poodle that belonged to someone else, court documents allege.
Community Events, July 2014
South Whidbey is mourning the loss of a long-time community leader this week.
Langley resident and former Seattle mayor Paul Schell has died. His death was announced by Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and reported by the Seattle Post Intelligencer Sunday morning, and later confirmed by Langley officials and family friends. He was 76.
Starfish are one of Charlie Seablom’s favorite aquatic animals to discover. The pisaster starfish, known officially as a “seastar,” has the traditional five limbs and comes in a wide variety of colors. The orange-colored sunflower sea star grows to be far bigger, can have up to 24 legs and can “run” quite quickly.
Langley resident Melyssa Smith is making Whidbey proud. The 17-year-old dancer competed with thousands of other dancers over the five-day Showstopper Nationals competition in Anaheim, Calif. On Friday, July 18, she scored 118.1 out of a total possible 120 points and won fourth place, the “Crystal” trophy, in the lyrical/jazz category for her self-choreographed, emotional solo performance of “I Dreamed a Dream,” from the musical “Les Miserables.”