Patricia Guthrie

WhidbeyHealth closes its Clinton clinic for primary care

WhidbeyHealth closed its clinic in Clinton to primary care patients Friday and plans to reopen it as a laboratory and diagnostic imaging facility July 1.… Continue reading

Whale-on-whale feasting ‘unusual’ for Whidbey waters

‘For the transient orcas, gray whales are a part of their diet’

Art & About: June offers wide variety of art shows

FIRST SATURDAY Langley Art Walk is 5-7 p.m, Saturday, June 1. Galleries host receptions and showcase local artists. ROB SCHOUTEN GALLERY presents Teresa Saia whose… Continue reading

Bayview Hall ready for new fall coat

Goosefoot kicks in $25,000 toward exterior makeover

Langley officials deny favoritism with engineering contract

Langley officials denied allegations made by resident and business owner David Price that the city hasn’t properly followed state law regarding the bidding and awarding… Continue reading

Goosefoot farm brochure bigger, better than ever

Local food, “grown right here on Whidbey Island” is again mapped out for all to find in the 2019 Whidbey Island Farm Stand Brochure put… Continue reading

Veterans Resource Center is making a difference

Celebrating ten years with $10,000 fundraiser

Orca Network asks for halt to ghost shrimp harvesting

More gray whales feeding in waters off Whidbey Island as death toll rises

Infrastructure fixes to be discussed May 28

Langley’s plan to fix its antiquated water and sewage system will be discussed 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 28 at Langley Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. “We… Continue reading

No easy path to short-term rental regulations

Langley continues to balance the needs of residents and visitors

Framed in golden tresses

Visitors flock to view Bayview’s blooming archway of laburnum

Marines present Memorial Day salute

The annual Memorial Day tribute to honor the fallen men and women of war takes place at 11 a.m., Monday, May 27 at Bayview Cemetery.… Continue reading

SWHS Drama Club presents a classic tale of family, fortune, heart and humor

‘You Can’t Take It With You’ on stage May 24-26

Whidbey’s shrimp season mighty small and plenty busy

Local waters awash in thousands of buoys, hundreds of boaters and dinner for dozens

Animated Army dog film kicks off vet center fundraiser

‘Sgt. Scubby, an American Hero’ coming to Clyde Theatre Sunday

Orrin Gorman McClellan’s words of war resonate beyond his death

‘A Soldier’s Journal, Last Supper to No Goodbye’ chronicles combat’s invisible wounds

Filing week draws new faces, contested races

School board leader Linda Racicot faces challenger

Savor Spring offers palate pleasers of local wine, spirits and food

Six tasting locations featured this weekend on South Whidbey

Parents honor a son wounded by war

This year, when Judith Gorman and Perry McClellan remember their son on the day he died in his Langley home, they’ll have a gift for… Continue reading