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Whidbey Playhouse’s virtual production can be viewed online Feb. 26-27.
After the News-Times interveiwed her, April DiDonna’s story has gone around the world.
Facility will train mobility service dogs for people who need them
Lynn Willeford’s impact will be felt for years to come in the South Whidbey community.
A couple has created a trust to benefit local charities in memory of their daughter, Piper Travis.
Some holistic healers on Whidbey have seen a dramatic increase in demand this past year.
The trail snakes down the island on its often-confounding route from the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean.
Each of us has that wonderful remembrance to treasure.
Last Friday, the two Rotary Clubs on South Whidbey presented Executive Director Jonathan Kline of the Whidbey Homeless Coalition with checks totaling over $2,000, plus… Continue reading
The island-wide gardening event is back this year after it was cancelled due to the pandemic.
Oak Harbor author Karen J. Clayton’s book, “Demystifying Hospice: Inside the Stories of Patients and Caregivers,” is now available in paperback. Clayton’s book was published… Continue reading
Reading with Rover pairs pooches with young readers
Hierophant Meadery in Freeland features local honey in its sweet brews.
“The Hour After Westerly” is free to view online until Jan. 17.
A woman is asking for folks to help her with a research project exploring the years 1870-1940.
A Langley woman gives rides to people in need in her new van named “Cookie.”
April DiDonna tells Oak Harbor Wendy’s customers she cares.
Langley Kitchen has adapted to the times.
The Langley Arts Fund raised money for a new piece of public art in Clyde Alley.
Pixie Paris Rowe, a 1974 graduate of Langley High School and 1978 graduate of Seattle Pacific University, was ordained a priest on Nov. 21 in… Continue reading