‘This will have ripple effects on South Whidbey,” the Sound Defense Alliance told the council.
She arrived “with $60 to my name, bankrupt and fresh out of a domestic violence shelter.”
Kids of all ages are invited to hunt for the shiny glass floats at the annual Sea Float Scramble.
South Whidbey Legion Post chef is named Volunteer of the Year
“They’re double dipping the taxpayer,” says a parks commissioner.
The medical services provider discovered that other regional hospitals have lower prices.
A new store near Clinton features a wide range of creative work from all over the island.
“If we kick this can down the road again, shame on us,” said Councilman Peter Morton.
Each year, parishioners load a van full of Christmas presents for the patients in Lakewood.
A Langley woman is a crew member aboard a National Geographic boat that was built in Freeland.
The area near Langley, now known as Sandy Point, was settled by her ancestors.
The cafe’s name is a play on words of the owners’ names — Noe (pronounced “no way”) and Jose Ochoa.
A fundraiser combines talks, walk and wine tasting.
Tina Beard knew little about art when she bought the shop. But it became a beloved island icon.
The new Backdoor Clay Community Studio with its pottery wheels in the back room will remain.
Activists vow to bring the last surviving killer whale of the Southern Resident captures home.
‘They’ve been looking on the wrong island all this time’ said the Langley resident who found her.
His paintings of Whidbey land and seascapes are collected around the Puget South region.
The 100-year-old blue whale jaw bone is ready to display again.
It was believed to be made by a Snohomish chief. A historian is working to uncover the true carver.