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After treating a feline house fire victim, a veterinarian kept the cat as her own.
Scouts BSA Troop 4058G is inviting girls age 11 and older to join the pack. Troop members camp, hike, kayak, backpack, bike and more while… Continue reading
In late May, many of us on the Rock enjoy celebrating Whidbey’s long-gone Native American people and culture during the Penn Cove Water Festival, featuring… Continue reading
The Whidbey Island Grown Cooperative is encouraging people to eat locally this Memorial Day weekend.
Registration opens 10 a.m. May 25 for summer programs at the Whidbey Children’s Theatre in Langley.
A Coupeville food bank was the recipient of a sizable donation after 25 Scouts BSA members collected more than 1,000 food items. Members of Troop… Continue reading
All shrimp species are open to harvest on Wednesday, May 19 from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. in Marina Areas 8-1 and 8-2, which covers the eastern shores of Whidbey Island from Deception Pass to Possession Point.
Forty women and some men volunteered for Habitat’s Women Build 2021 event this past weekend.
Whidbey Island Rocks is encouraging people to paint stones with Garry oaks before a hunt Saturday.
A pair of millennials have opened the newest business in downtown Langley.
The Eagles Aerie canceled its 2020 and 2021 plant sales because of the pandemic, but nonetheless raised $8,000 this year to distribute to 12 local… Continue reading
The Deception Pass Sail and Power Squadron hosts education and safety classes, and social events.
The pandemic has brought a longtime farmer out of retirement.
Whidbey Pies is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year.
Frances Schultz turned 100 years old on March 30.
O ne woman’s discovery of a brood of owlets in Coupeville caught the eyes of many admirers on social media, including one South End photographer.
South Whidbey Elementary School students got a taste of what it would be like to live as gray whales.
A Coupeville chef has expanded his partnership with local business owners to help his restaurant survive during the coronavirus pandemic. From the Oystercatcher’s dining room,… Continue reading