Both the seventh- and eighth-grade Langley Middle School girls basketball teams opened their season with wins last week on the road against Gateway.
“Last year Trevor Fleming was a state tournament alternate.On Saturday, Fleming wrestled at the state meet as a full-fledged qualifier, along with teammates Brandon Hern, Jeremy Bartlett, and Bruce Hymas. Not only did he wrestle, but he did something his two older brothers, Joey and Scott, could not do in their appearances at the meet — he won a medal.”
“South Whidbey teacher Sandy Gilbert’s life changed dramatically when Alaska Airlines Flight 261 crashed into the sea off the California coast on New Year’s Eve.Gilbert’s sister, Janice Sylvia (Stewart) Stokes, was aboard that doomed flight.”
“After a year of committee and council discussions, the city of Langley is ready to put more sewer lines in the ground.And it is going to cost homeowners some serious money.But if the city is able to work the financing numbers right, new sewers will not cost homeowners on Edgecliff Dr., Furman Ave., Decker Ave., or First St. as much as they could.”
“Langley Library will be taking part in Mystery Weekend this year for the first time, opening at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 25 (an hour earlier than usual) and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 27.”
“When the sun is shining, Jay Freundlich and Lea Kouba are saving money. At the same time, Puget Sound Energy is losing it — albeit with a cheerful attitude. This month the two Clinton residents — who live across the street from one another in a co-housing development on Midvale Road — officially became the first PSE customers to hook their electricity-producing solar panels into the utility’s power grid.”