Patricia Guthrie

Flu factors into three Island County deaths in early 2018

All suffered underlying medical conditions

‘Neighbors helping neighbors’ more than a motto

‘Neighbors helping neighbors’ more than a motto

Hearts Hammers seeks projects, volunteers

‘Neighbors helping neighbors’ more than a motto

Follow the clues, unearth a ‘Whale of a Tail’

Langley Murder Mystery Weekend set Feb. 24-25

Wine, spirits, chocolate: a sweet Whidbey treat

Wine, spirits, chocolate: a sweet Whidbey treat

Vintners expect a full house for annual tasting tour

Wine, spirits, chocolate: a sweet Whidbey treat
Calyx School student photos shine at Bayview exhibit

Calyx School student photos shine at Bayview exhibit

Calyx School student photos shine at Bayview exhibit

Calyx School student photos shine at Bayview exhibit
Knox Shannon, 8, holds, a gnome given by his aunt.

Habitat celebrates 50th house built in 20 years

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Knox Shannon, 8, holds, a gnome given by his aunt.
“Friends” joining Whidbey’s state parks

“Friends” joining Whidbey’s state parks

Volunteers to patch up public’s playgrounds

“Friends” joining Whidbey’s state parks
Sound Water Stewards seek more volunteers

Sound Water Stewards seek more volunteers

Extensive training teaches science of the sea

Sound Water Stewards seek more volunteers
Disney’s “Aladdin” gets South Whidbey spin

Disney’s “Aladdin” gets South Whidbey spin

Never too much fun for Langley theater ‘elders’

Disney’s “Aladdin” gets South Whidbey spin
Wait over for Saturday bus service on Whidbey

Wait over for Saturday bus service on Whidbey

Island Transit set to roll Jan. 27

Wait over for Saturday bus service on Whidbey
New play, new roles for The Bard’s women

New play, new roles for The Bard’s women

‘Fan fiction for Shakespeare nerds’

New play, new roles for The Bard’s women
Susan Jensen drew creatures big and small and other sea world scenes for her book on global warming.

Kids’ books with big people issues

Susan Jensen draws the thaw of global warming

Susan Jensen drew creatures big and small and other sea world scenes for her book on global warming.
New book highlights Whidbey artists

New book highlights Whidbey artists

New book highlights studio space and the creative process

New book highlights Whidbey artists

WhidbeyHealth budget set at $272 million

Additional patients forecast at hospital, clinics

Interpretive Specialist Janet Hall will be leading a guided hike at Fort Ebey State Park on New Year’s Day, one of 33 outdoor First Day activities organized by Washington State Parks. Photo by Patricia Guthrie/Whidbey News-Times

Take in the outdoors on New Year’s Day

Go for a hike or dive in for a dip

Interpretive Specialist Janet Hall will be leading a guided hike at Fort Ebey State Park on New Year’s Day, one of 33 outdoor First Day activities organized by Washington State Parks. Photo by Patricia Guthrie/Whidbey News-Times
Binoculars, birds and keeping tabs on Whidbey’s habitat

Binoculars, birds and keeping tabs on Whidbey’s habitat

Whidbey’s Audubon annual count adds up for conservation

Binoculars, birds and keeping tabs on Whidbey’s habitat
‘Tis the season for Whidbey wreaths to go round

‘Tis the season for Whidbey wreaths to go round

Holly farms and loving hands create bountiful decor

‘Tis the season for Whidbey wreaths to go round
Whidbey feels regional Christmas tree crunch

Whidbey feels regional Christmas tree crunch

Tree farms decrease, prices increase

Whidbey feels regional Christmas tree crunch
Coupeville Port, community to celebrate ‘buying’ Greenbank Farm

Coupeville Port, community to celebrate ‘buying’ Greenbank Farm

Community, Coupeville Port celebrate ‘buying the farm’

Coupeville Port, community to celebrate ‘buying’ Greenbank Farm
Saratoga Orchestra offers Peter, a wolf and a ‘petting zoo,’ too

Saratoga Orchestra offers Peter, a wolf and a ‘petting zoo,’ too

Saratoga Orchestra hosts traditional kid-friendly concert

Saratoga Orchestra offers Peter, a wolf and a ‘petting zoo,’ too