Patricia Guthrie

‘Bearing’ it for New Year’s Day tradition

Polar Bear Plunge attracts hundreds on sunny day

Friends of Whidbey State Parks seek more members

South Whidbey, Possession Point sites subject of Jan. 12 meetings

Not a flush year for Clinton Community Hall

Fundraiser started for septic system overhaul

Sea Float Scramble to blow through town

Annual tradition geared toward kids and visitors

Art & About gallery shows for January 2019

FIRST SATURDAY Langley Art Walk is 5-7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 5. Galleries host receptions and showcase stunning art by talented local artists. WHIDBEY ART… Continue reading

Sound Waters University set for Feb. 2 in Langley

Registration begins Dec. 28 for all-day classes on Salish Sea

Langley awards tourism funds

One dozen applicants and $115,000 in funding

LeRoy Bell plays at Whidbey Center for the Arts Jan. 19. (Photo provided)

LeRoy Bell back on Whidbey Jan. 19

Popular performer at festivals takes to WICA stage

LeRoy Bell plays at Whidbey Center for the Arts Jan. 19. (Photo provided)

Langley economy anchored by Clipper Christmas ship

Weekends filled with hundreds more shoppers

2018: South Whidbey in review

Rogue cops, lots of protests and digging up a really old tooth

Clean up continues after roar of storm

Mighty trees no match for fury of wind

Watch out for polar bear plunging Tuesday

Double Bluff tradition dives into 2019

‘King of prime rib’ wins state honor

South Whidbey Legion Post chef is named Volunteer of the Year

‘First Impressions’ draws out viewers’ reaction

Meredith MacLeod’s 100-day portrait project on display until Jan. 1

WhidbeyHealth drops state insurance coverage

‘This came totally out of the blue. Retirees are furious.’

More than 300 Whidbey Islanders still in dark

All power should return by 3 p.m. Monday, PSE says

Holiday House brings toys and joy to many homes

‘This is really what Christmas is all about’

Powerful winds knocked down trees and sent branches skidding over roads throughout Whidbey Island Thursday. (Photo by Patricia Guthrie/Whidbey News Group)

Wind wallops Whidbey

Widespread power outages close businesses, cancel classes

Powerful winds knocked down trees and sent branches skidding over roads throughout Whidbey Island Thursday. (Photo by Patricia Guthrie/Whidbey News Group)

Strings attached to teachers’ lessons

Guitars in the Classroom combines harmony and homework

‘Flying Bear’ offering last-minute wreath-making

Langley shop filled with greenery for the season