Home for the holidays: VAQ-142 back on Whidbey

The Gray Wolves of Electronic Attack Squadron 142 returned to Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Tuesday after a six-month deployment.… Continue reading

Island feels Christmas tree crunch

Tree farms decrease, prices increase

Discovery of human remains doesn’t slow sewer plant project

The project engineer for the new Oak Harbor’s sewage plant project has lost count of how many times human remains… Continue reading

Cuts, or levy increase, needed to address $2-million libraries deficit

Facing a $2 million shortfall in 2019, the Sno-Isle Libraries Board of Trustees is deciding on Monday whether to cut… Continue reading

Greenbank Store & Grille stewards bid good-bye

Community turns out for ‘last supper’

‘Nedicine’ man charged with not having license

A man who ran an alternative medicine clinic in Oak Harbor two years ago is facing criminal charges for allegedly… Continue reading

Fire destroys wood shop on North Whidbey

A professional woodworker living on North Whidbey lost his shop, 40 years worth of tools and a pile of boards… Continue reading

Santa spending nights on the town

Central Whidbey Fire and Rescue kicked off the holiday season Saturday at the Greening of Coupeville Parade. Fire Commissioner Paul Continue reading...

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Pilot OK after tire blows during landing

On Saturday morning North Whidbey Fire and Rescue got a call about a possible aircraft accident at Oak Harbor’s Eisenberg Continue reading...

Kyle Jensen / The Record — Francisco stitches a piece of fabric using her sewing machine.

Langley seamstress discovers passion in creating era designs

From a well-lit corner room in her Langley home, Patricia Francisco can often be found working magic on a sewing Continue reading...

Ping-Pong Tuesdays attracting players from across island

Every Tuesday night, the frequent pinging sound of bouncing plastic balls and excited shouts overtake Bayview Hall in Freeland. The Continue reading...

News

Task force gets input on affordable housing recommendations

North Whidbey Affordable Housing Task Force presented its recommendations and sought feedback at an open house Thursday evening at the… Continue reading

 

Oak Harbor robotics students tackle homelessness with new competition

Four outstanding robotics students from Oak Harbor High School are setting out to fix a large problem in a small… Continue reading

 

 

Sports

Phay wins title, qualifies for national meet / Powerlifting

Sherry Phay displayed both her strength and quickness while winning her division in the Sleighin Weights powerlifting meet Saturday, Dec.… Continue reading

 

Seven place at Walley Invitational / Wrestling

Seven Oak Harbor High School wrestlers reached the podium at the 14-team Spud Walley Invitational in Sedro-Woolley Saturday, Dec. 9.… Continue reading

 

Marketplace

Washington North Coast magazine won Third Place for Best Niche Product

Washington North Coast magazine won Third Place for Best Niche Product in Continue reading...

 

Boeing hits it out of the park for veterans and their families

Flo Groberg has seen and experienced more than most people can imagine. Continue reading...

 

Boeing making history

For 75 Years Boeing Renton has pushed the frontiers of aviation

 

Boeing in Puget Sound

Puget Sound-made 737 MAX 9 completes successful first flight