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For Casual House owner Jill Schact, the decision to sell to a longtime employee was a easy one
A single mother, Hai Vo’s spare time is scarce, but of the free time she does have, she donates much of it.
Amy Hauser has made a career of empowering others. For the past 30 years, she has helped patients to overcome physical limitations through her work as a physical therapist. Through her new business venture, she’s helping people to express themselves with art.
The Loakal Public House aims to be a little bit of everything: family-friendly eatery, pub, live entertainment hotspot. The pub will hold its grand opening at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 17. It is located at 656 SE Bayshore Drive #1, Oak Harbor.
While many teens whiled away the few remaining weeks of summer, a cadre of musicians at Oak Harbor High School were working to jumpstart a new school tradition.
Pioneer Way, packed with an audience of at least several hundred attendees, was transformed into a dance party in a matter of moments Saturday evening when headlining band Penguin Prison took the stage.
Washington ranks No. 10 nationwide in terms of the health of the state’s senior population, according to the United Health Foundation.
Julie Charette Nunn is a master conversationalist, though her discussion partners aren’t always of the typical sort.
After a lifetime of dreaming and 1,300 miles of riding, Oak Harbor resident Kristen Reiter and her Appaloosa horse Raiden made their way onto the Bear Paw Battlefield.
After 16 years at the helm, Hellmann is planning to retire from the organization, commonly known as IDIPIC, this month, having passed on the directorial position to Mike Diamanti earlier this year. After several months of searching, Diamanti and Hellmann chose Alice Biddulph to fill the role of panel facilitator.
On Aug. 17, the Golden Rule Peace Boat made its way into Penn Cove, an emblem of its namesake and a piece of history.
After nearly a year of service, North Whidbey Parks and Recreation District Chairman Cecil Pierce stepped down from the position last Thursday, citing medical reasons.
According to area mental health experts, teen suicide is more than a public health problem; it’s a crisis.
From vitamin A to zinc, there is a plethora of supplements available on the market. While some have been touted by researchers and medical professionals as healthful and beneficial, others may do little more than lighten your pocketbook.
Whidbey Island YogaFest is 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at Fort Nugent Park. Admission is free with donation of a canned food item for Oak Harbor Help House.
The élan and grace with which Jean Owen makes her way across the dance floor belies her years, and the illness with which she’s embattled.
Oak Harbor resident Ernie Branigh is riding in the the annual nationwide Great Cycle Challenge USA to raise money for the Children's Cancer Research Fund.
From placenta encapsulation to newborn photography, pregnancy doulas to new parent support groups, Island Birth Association has assembled a conglomerate of local resources to assist parents and expectant mothers in whatever they may need.
Meerkerk Rhododendron Gardens in September will award one lucky person the opportunity to name a rhody of their own.
Alana Acosta headed to Olympia this week to accept the Governor’s Choice Award for her piece “Depixed.”
Thousands gathered in the heart of the town to take part in the 25th annual celebration of Northwest Native American heritage.
The group has plans for a tiny-house village in Langley someday.
A few dozen high school artists from South Whidbey, Coupeville and Oak Harbor high schools will display their work this weekend during the Showcase of the Arts: All-Island High School Art Show.
According to data released by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction for the 2014-15 school year, Oak Harbor High School had a 79.3 percent four-year graduation rate among homeless students.
On Friday, Suzanne Jordan, a bio-regional herbalist, wildcrafter, founder and director of Cedar Mountain Herb School and adjunct faculty member at Bastyr University, will lead a workshop detailing the ways in which to use regional herbs as medicinals in emergency situations.
The dream Ryan’s House staff, volunteers and students have of converting the former Countryside Inn south of Coupeville into a drop-in center and transitional housing is finally coming to fruition after months of diligent fundraising efforts.
Nearly 400 Whidbey residents between the ages of 12-24 reported experiencing homelessness within the past year, according to the results of a recent island-wide youth perception survey.
Patrons of the John Vanderzicht Memorial Pool can expect increased prices for certain programs beginning May 1.
From 7:30-10 p.m. Saturday, March 19, the SeaNotes will perform in honor of Bruce Seltveit with a dance and performance at the Oak Harbor Elks Lodge. The event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will also be provided free of charge.
Firefighters at North Whidbey Fire and Rescue recently extended thanks to their Californian colleagues with a simple, sweet gesture. And they are hoping to have started a tradition.
Patrons of the John Vanderzicht Memorial Pool in Oak Harbor can expect to enjoy a modest increase in lap swim and open swim times beginning next month.
Their third show will begin 7 p.m. tonight and will continue through Saturday, Feb. 20, with showtimes at 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the high school auditorium. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. Tickets cost $12 for adults; $8 for children under 12. Reservations may be made in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or tickets may be purchased at the door.
The house was established in March, the culmination of efforts put forth by Island County representatives like Joanne Pelant, who strove to fill the gap in sobriety rehabilitation services within the county.
Island County took part in the nationwide Point-in-Time Count Thursday.
Ryan’s House for Youth this week presented two bills to state lawmakers that could potentially make it easier for homeless kids and teens in Washington state to receive care through host family programs.
Homeless youth on Whidbey may soon have access to the island’s first temporary housing specifically designed to meet their needs.
Kati Corsaut’s professional resume reads something like the chapter outline of an action-packed thriller.