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Rose Shoemaker knows she gets plenty of long glances and odd looks when she rides atop her 13-year-old steed Evelyn.
The lives and times of stars and celebrities are commonplace today.
A storm water retention pond in Langley found to have petroleum and barium contaminants in the sediment was recently pumped of its water.
Crafting and curating the look and feel of Langley may become the purview of the city’s Design Review Board sooner rather than later.
A missed step was made up in the land swap transaction between Langley and owners of the Dog House Tavern with a public hearing Monday night.
Colin Campbell knows how to make a splashy entrance.
Everyone has heard the complaint that nothing is made in America any more.
Sarah Holm beamed a bright smile while holding up her mighty, first-place winning fish at the Freeland Ace/Fishin’ Club Pink Salmon Derby on Saturday.
The smell is intoxicating in Sweet Mona’s, and wherever owner Mona Newbauer visits after work in her Langley chocolate shop.
One of the gleaming jewels of Langley’s redesigned Second Street has a blemish, according to City Hall.
Another name in memoriam will be included in the upcoming Langley Soup Box Derby.
Putting audio recordings of city council meetings online is on Langley’s list of things to do.
Langley city leaders were wondering this week how to permanently resolve long-standing conflicts between residents and a neighboring tavern.
Overnight parking in Mukilteo recently took another step toward becoming reality — some day.
LAKE, 10 years later: Olympia indie band with South Whidbey roots to perform 100+ songs during 12-hour set
Ten years later, LAKE has plenty to sing about. The indie pop band that sprung from Olympia’s music scene a decade ago is returning to frontman Eli Moore’s hometown for a free 10-year anniversary performance Aug. 22. LAKE will play every song from its 10 albums (seven published, three unreleased), an estimated 120 pieces, during a 12-hour marathon at Bayview Hall this Saturday.
The Dog House Tavern land swap deal is still on the table and is actively being pursued, Langley city leaders affirmed this week.
A small and vocal crowd of Freeland residents let Island County planners know Thursday they wanted the smallest possible urban growth area boundary.
Bonnie Nichols likes her chances to claim a prize at the upcoming Freeland Ace Hardware/Fishin’ Club Pink Salmon Derby next Saturday.
A different set of stars and bars drew the ire and attention of plenty of people at the Whidbey Island Fair parade Saturday.
A German woman’s compositions will be played in full on Whidbey Island with the first Luise Greger International Music Festival this month. Luise Greger, a German composer whose works from the early 1900s were discovered only recently in the past two decades, will receive a new life. She is featured in Brigham Young University’s list, The Sophie Project, of German-speaking women’s works. Deer Lagoon-area resident Elizabeth Derrig, Greger’s great-great granddaughter, organized the Aug. 14-15 festival in honor of her ancestor.