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Because of the worsening COVID-19 pandemic, many people are facing homelesssness for the first time. And Whidbey Island is not immune to this. Whidbey Homeless… Continue reading
Allen Fletcher’s family members haven’t given up on him since he disappeared from South Whidbey Harbor
Two to three members are needed.
Marnie Jackson was chosen to replace Charles Currier who is stepping down.
The Whidbey Artists Collective, at Ken’s Korner, has become the perfect place for crafty artists.
Vaccinations to begin with healthcare workers, first responders on Dec. 28.
Late fees and disconnections are suspended until June 2021.
Langley City Council to write a letter in opposition of the impending temporary ferry closure.
Retired school teacher pens new book about unlikely pairing.
Floral designer brings Langley’s well-known critter to life
The Island County hospice has been locally managed hospice since 1989.
The fundraiser runs through Dec. 20.
Looking for a gift? Whidbey’s holiday markets have plenty of ideas all month.
Families who cannot afford gifts this holiday season have an island-wide resource.
After deejaying in London, one South Whidbey cider maker is branching out.
18 people have tested positive for coronavirus at a long-term care facility in Oak Harbor.
A South Whidbey woman nursed two goats back to health with the help of Chinese medicine.
One citizen was skeptical of Puget Sound Energy’s smart meters.
A Langley woman will showcase her miniature achitecture skills on a Christmas-themed TV show.