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Seafood delivery biz is catching on

For millennial business owners Emily Wilder and Sam Mitchell, the world is their oyster.

Langley city council ponders salary increases

Langley City Council members were divided on the topic of salary increases for the mayor and staff.

Photo by Dean Petrich

Ferry twice stalled by wayward watercraft

The ferry was already behind schedule when a small boat capsized near the Clinton terminal’s dock.

Tiny House group bemoans big connection fees

Members of an affordable housing project tried to secure a discount for fees it already paid.

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A green reaping: Whidbey pot farm harvests outdoor bounty

Volunteers approach bushes of kush with shears in hand at the South Whidbey farm owned by Adam Lind.

Vasquez speaks via Zoom during his clemency hearing.

Commutation reduces sentence in 1998 crime spree

Rogelio Vasquez’s extraordinary redemption story culminated when the governor signed a commutation.

Mira has been blind since infancy, and uses Island Transit’s fixed-route and paratransit bus services.

Why I Ride: Island Transit offers freedom and flexibility to travel

October is Disability Awareness Month. Island Transit’s Mobility Specialist, Maribeth Crandell, had an opportunity to interview a rider not only… Continue reading

Meagan Welsh and JT Hilton attend to the plants at Mutiny Bay Bamboo Co. (Photo by Karina Andrew/Whidbey News-Times)

Freeland bamboo business booms

A new landscaping company is specializing in a fast-growing plant that is beautiful and sustainable.

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Need rises for baking group volunteers

A volunteer coordinator is also being sought for North and Central Whidbey.

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Photos: Making a splash

Edmonds resident Janine Harles captured photos of orcas swimming along the Clinton shoreline.

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WhidbeyHealth is adding therapists with specific skills and expertise in pediatrics which will help us decrease the wait time to get into programs and maximize the impact we can have on our patients and the community. Laura Houck Photography.

The journey back to health

Rehabilitation care includes a wide range of services that help you restore, retain, or improve skills and functionality that have Continue reading...

Business
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Seafood delivery biz is catching on

For millennial business owners Emily Wilder and Sam Mitchell, the world is their oyster.

 

Life
Edited photo - better to use

A green reaping: Whidbey pot farm harvests outdoor bounty

Volunteers approach bushes of kush with shears in hand at the South Whidbey farm owned by Adam Lind.

 

Photo by Karina Andrew/Whidbey News-Times
Laura Foley, left, and Don Meehan locate a grave in Sunnyside Cemetery using Find a Grave's GPS grave locator.

Volunteers adding GPS grave locator to Sunnyside’s website

Two community volunteers took on a project to make it easier to locate graves in Sunnyside Cemetery.

 

Opinion

Rockin’ a Hard Place: How teaching on our Rock became a culture war zone

When I was in my senior year of high school several centuries B.I. (Before Internet), I was invited with about Continue reading...

 

In Our Opinion: Hoffmire, Mischo, Stucky are right for council

Election season has exposed a rift between Oak Harbor City Council and the city administration that is deep and getting Continue reading...

 

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