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After a two-year reign, a new king was crowned in the male pageant world of Whidbey Island.
Scott Chaplin said he will not accept the city council seat if he ends up winning the election.
The Whidbey Community Foundation and the Goosefoot Community Fund partnered for the fundraising.
Master birder Whitney Neufeld-Kaiser will be teaching the online Zoom class 7-8:30 p.m. Oct. 19.
Two city council hopefuls who have never run for office before are finding it’s their time to shine.
One race for Langley City Council will be memorable no matter who wins.
Unlike the other races, only one candidate is running for Position 2 on the Langley City Council.
A mix of talent from Seattle and familiar faces from Whidbey compose the cast of “The Revolutionists.”
Deer take the field during Coupeville football game
The request spans seven projects including improving athletic fields and building pickleball courts.
The position garnered little attention until Island County’s special filing period last month.
Four months after eliminating its public works director, Langley is bringing back the position.
The bear nicknamed “Whidbey the Pooh” appears to be sticking around longer than expected.
COVID-related office closures and a shortage of employees have added to the wait time.
The new business, IC Teriyaki, is owned and operated by Eli Imbery and Carol Coble.
A volunteer coordinator is also being sought for North and Central Whidbey.
If you’ve ever wanted to do bicep curls with a chicken or goat walking by, now might be your chance.
Commissioner Curt Gordon presented an idea to bring workforce housing to the fairgrounds in Langley.
Ace Hardware in Freeland was inundated with water Tuesday after a pipe in the back room burst.
The city of Langley is considering making one of its newer citizen-led committees more permanent.