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All proceeds from a raffle for a local artist Louie Rochon’s painting will benefit a food bank.
The foundation is awarding $118,000 this year to 30 different organizations.
Dredging is expected to last for nine weeks.
Health officials are also planning for future vaccine distribution.
The “Gauntlets” of VAQ-136 hung a large sign to mark the Growler squadron’s 50th anniversary.
A friend of the Machine Shop in Langley is asking for help to keep its doors open.
Water and stormwater rates will increase by 6 percent, and sewer will go up by 8 percent.
South Whidbey Parks and Recreation District is seeking public input on new trails.
Two Whidbey residents recently received awards from the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia, recognizing their services to their parishes. Molly Felder-Grimm, a parish administrator at St.… Continue reading
The group is gearing up to make 700 meals and is looking for volunteers.
Sculpture aficionados will have the chance to get their hands on their own miniature casts handmade by artist Georgia Gerber and her husband, Randy Hudson.… Continue reading
The South Whidbey Children’s Center in Langley is hoping people will consider matching a donation of $10,000 from a community member. The childcare facility is… Continue reading
The school will re-evaluate its reopening plans in January 2021.
Yet new stores continue to open despite challenges.
Someone stole “The Voice of God” from a Freeland sculpture garden.
A woman with a rare genetic disorder is seeking support from the community. After eight months of visits to the doctor’s office, Coupeville resident Jacquelynn… Continue reading
The most recent round of funds - nearly $1.7 million - was awarded to the county in early September.
A socially distant candy chute is one man’s idea for a COVID-safe Halloween.
South Whidbey School District wants to bring 150 “at-risk” kids back to school.
The student’s class has stopped in-person learning and were told to self-quarantine for two weeks.