Patricia Guthrie

WhidbeyHealth budget set at $272 million

Additional patients forecast at hospital, clinics

Healthcare enrollment help coming to Oak Harbor

Navigators available Jan. 9 at Skagit Valley College

Picturing working Whidbey artists

New book highlights studio space and the creative process

Christmas time is tamale time

Preparation brings family together

NAS Whidbey rated top large base

Installation Excellence Award ‘truly unexpected’

Binoculars, birds and keeping tabs on habitat

Whidbey’s Audubon annual count adds up for conservation

History haunts OH Poetry Project

Meetings encourage deep writing, listening

Happy Holly Days!

Whidbey wreaths deck the halls far and wide

Island feels Christmas tree crunch

Tree farms decrease, prices increase

Santa Claus sitting awhile in Oak Harbor

Posing for photos until Dec. 23 at Harborview Mall

From regret to redemption in Dickens’ classic Christmas tale

Whidbey Playhouse ‘A Christmas Carol’ a family affair

Independence Day Saturday for Greenbank Farm

Community, Coupeville Port celebrate ‘buying the farm’

Oak Harbor renovation remembers veterans

Soldiers’ tribute locked in sentiment and steel

PBY Naval Air Museum still flying strong after nearly 20 years

But lack of volunteers limits its activities with visitors

Greenbank Store & Grille stewards bid good-bye

Community turns out for ‘last supper’

Saratoga Orchestra offers Peter, a wolf and a ‘petting zoo,’ too

Saratoga Orchestra hosts traditional kid-friendly concert

Potters of Whidbey hosting first holiday sale

‘So many of us between Oak Harbor and Clinton’

Teresa Davis, known as “T” to her bus riders, says she enjoys her Island Transit driving job for the variety of routes she serves. The company celebrates 30 years Friday. Photo by Patricia Guthrie/Whidbey News-Times

Island Transit odometer nears 30 years

All aboard birthday party

Teresa Davis, known as “T” to her bus riders, says she enjoys her Island Transit driving job for the variety of routes she serves. The company celebrates 30 years Friday. Photo by Patricia Guthrie/Whidbey News-Times
Among family treasures is a plate that traveled west by stage coach. A handwritten note taped to the back reads: “Grandpa Angell’s Mother brought this plate across the plains in 1861.”

Reflecting on family’s past a ‘never-ending’ pasttime

Tracing ancestors focus of local genealogy club

Among family treasures is a plate that traveled west by stage coach. A handwritten note taped to the back reads: “Grandpa Angell’s Mother brought this plate across the plains in 1861.”

Protecting Whidbey, naturally

Conservation District celebrating 50 years