Kira Erickson

Bill Bruch (left ) and Dave Paul

First-term Dem faces a GOP challenger for House seat in 10th

Rep. Dave Paul and Bill Bruch differ widely on the response to COVID-19.

 

Whidbey school fundraisers say they were stiffed on proceeds

The foundation says it raised $7,000 but hasn’t received the money from Brown Paper Tickets.

 

Group wants BLM banner removed from South Whidbey High School

One resident was disturbed by the banner, referring to riots, injuries, property damage and homicides.

 

Oak Harbor Public Schools decide on plan for fall opening

Conditions which must be met for a combination of in-person education and distance learning.

Langley to require face masks downtown

It’s a matter of making others feel more comfortable.

Botanical jewelry workshop on Whidbey Island set for April 10

Carrie Monforte of the South Whidbey Parks and Recreation Department will lead the $45 class.

Whidbey kids sew pouches for orphaned baby animals in Australia

The pouches are sewn inside-out, so the softest part of the fabric touches the baby animal.

Whidbey’s Penn Cove Gallery celebrates 25 years of co-op art

The cooperatively owned gallery in Coupeville has been a hub for Whidbey Island artists since 1994.

New alternative high school on Whidbey inspired by Waldorf

This time next year, Woodhaven High School may officially open its doors as an accredited school.

Photo by Kira Erickson / South Whidbey Record
                                Arianna Marshall stands on the runway of Whidbey Airpark. One month ago, she raced along it to reach the site of a plane crash.
                                Arianna Marshall stands on the runway of Whidbey Airpark. A month ago, she raced along it to reach the site of a plane crash. (Kira Erickson / South Whidbey Record)

Teenager commended for response to South Whidbey plane crash

Arianna Marshall, 17, had just taken her first lesson on Oct. 11 when she witnessed a plane crash.

Photo by Kira Erickson / South Whidbey Record
                                Arianna Marshall stands on the runway of Whidbey Airpark. One month ago, she raced along it to reach the site of a plane crash.
                                Arianna Marshall stands on the runway of Whidbey Airpark. A month ago, she raced along it to reach the site of a plane crash. (Kira Erickson / South Whidbey Record)