Creating intricate mandalas on flat rocks is an emotional process for this Whidbey Island artist.
Six EA-18G Growler jets and 240 Navy personnel from NAS Whidbey headed to Europe on Monday.
The Mukilteo-Clinton route has mostly been operating with one boat instead of two since last fall.
Councilmember Rhonda Salerno withdrew her motion for a moratorium for new development proposals.
A lender foreclosed and sold the home after mistakenly assuming the occupants no longer lived there.
Facebook’s “View From My Window” launched early in the pandemic continues to connect people worldwide.
Steven Schuller will be the town’s new public works director.
Each route has to go through several stages before service is restored to pre-pandemic levels.
The 20-acre Cloudstone Sculpture Park in Freeland will continue tours of Nelson’s art and workshops.
Michelle Kuss-Cybula has led the Cle Elum-Roslyn School District since 2019.
The hospital says it is running out of money, with barely enough to make one more payroll.
The team effort to save “Blaze” included local and Navy firefighters, public works, and neighbors.
Ron Telles earned $430,000 a year, while many of the hospital’s employees made less than $20 per hour.
Michael Layfield, who will temporarily take over, has dealt with his own controversies and financial woes.
A year ago, it was not unusual for a building permit request to take six to eight months to be fulfilled.
Eric Hood sued the city over public records in 2016, 2019 and 2021. All three are unresolved.
Bart Lematta has plans for the retired Evergreen State ferry, docked in Langley since October.
The public hospital’s CEO cited “the continued financial viability of the organization” for the dismissal of four managers.
The grant will expand fiber to underserved areas of South Whidbey.
Three cell blocks are in quarantine and about a third of the jail staff are out with COVID.