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Langley looks to regain public trust with police policy

‘There needs some healing with the community’

Denis Zimmermann and his wife, Cheryl, run Langley’s new ramen restaurant, Ultra House, which opened in May 2018. Photo by Emily Gilbert/Whidbey News-Times.

Langley restaurant owner is recreating his childhood with new ramen house

Denis Zimmer-mann said he’s not re-inventing the wheel with his ramen restaurant Ulta House in downtown Langley. “Most any mother in Japan can make this… Continue reading

Denis Zimmermann and his wife, Cheryl, run Langley’s new ramen restaurant, Ultra House, which opened in May 2018. Photo by Emily Gilbert/Whidbey News-Times.

Marching on the 4th

Thousands celebrate old-fashioned Independence Day

Langley Police Chief David Marks terminated

Mayor Tim Callison: Decision based on allegations of excessive force and overall performance

Nilsen, Ngo marry in Tacoma

Nick and Trish Nilsen of Langley announced that their son, Christian Nilsen, married Nina Ngo of Renton on May 12 at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in… Continue reading

  • Jul 2, 2018

Nilsen graduates cum laude

SOPHIE NILSEN, daughter of Nick and Trish Nilsen of Langley graduated cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in nursing and a minor in… Continue reading

  • Jul 2, 2018

Fishin’ Club features speakers

The Whidbey Island Fishin’ Club’s monthly meeting July 5 features three speakers presenting information on crabbing, catching salmon and what to do with a fish… Continue reading

  • Jul 2, 2018

New Greenbank store and deli opens

Groceries, wine, beer, sandwiches to go and more

Learning on the vine

Comforts Winery turns into WSU classroom

Langley therapist allegedly gave counseling without a license

The state Associate Marriage and Family Therapist Program charged marriage and family therapist associate Daniel David Haldeman of Langley with unprofessional conduct for allegedly counseling… Continue reading

Meeting planned for tourism tax guidelines

Public review set for July 9 meeting

Protesters rally against Trump immigration policy

More than 200 people lined Highway 525 near the Bayview Park and Ride on South Whidbey Saturday morning to protest separations of undocumented immigrant families.… Continue reading

South Whidbey parks levy up for renewal

Tax on Aug. 7 primary election ballot

New fireworks rules in effect

Big bang for big bucks at some sales tents

Search and Rescue teams rescue two people in two days

Search and Rescue teams from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island rescued two people in two days, according to base officials. For the first rescue, early… Continue reading

  • Jun 29, 2018

Three kayakers rescued Sunday

Central Whidbey Island Fire and Rescue picked up three kayakers struggling against the wind and current Sunday between Hidden Beach and Camano Island, according to… Continue reading

Jeromy Ladwig

Jury finds man guilty of vehicular homicide

Ladwig could face more than 20 years in prison

Jeromy Ladwig

‘Lost’ pots can deplete crab number

Fewer crab pots lost means more crab on the table. That’s the message Island County Marine Resources Committee and Northwest Straits Foundation is getting out… Continue reading

Saratoga Orchestra event is set for Saturday in Freeland

Whidbey’s Saratoga Orchestra is getting tropical with its annual fundraising event. This year’s theme is “Island Time — A Taste of the Tropics.” The event… Continue reading

Photo by Jessie Stensland / Whidbey News Group.
                                Jeromy Ladwig is on trial for vehicular homicide.

Defense attorney wants mistrial after juror’s ‘shenanigans’

A defense attorney is asking for a mistrial after some odd behavior by a juror involving a zombie-related sign and dried insects. Oak Harbor resident… Continue reading

Photo by Jessie Stensland / Whidbey News Group.
                                Jeromy Ladwig is on trial for vehicular homicide.