Patricia Guthrie

Lummi Nation: Return Tokitae ‘to the place in her heart’

‘We need to do something for these beautiful, spiritual creatures’

It’s Italian! Pop-up replaces pies at Greenbank Farm monthly

Couple cooks up and serves authentic cuisine

Time to pork out at Oak Harbor annual ‘oink you’ celebration

Blitz, Blue Thunder and Crisp P. Bacon part of all-day Sunday event

Coupeville Festival ‘feels’ good for felt, other fiber art

15,000 expected for this weekend’s annual art and music gathering

Whidbey’s piano man inherits grand collection

He doesn’t play, but he’d like to sell, sell, sell

Smoke staying in our skies — and eyes — through the weekend

B.C. wildfires blanket Washington with’ worst’ air quality in the nation

EMS seeks grant for community paramedics

Too many local 911 calls involve social needs, not medical emergencies, paramedics say

County ups porta-potties for salmon anglers

Pinks and port-a-potties face earlier-than-planned deadline

Too hot? Too dry? Too bad. More is on the way.

Higher temperatures lead to stricter burn ban

Conservation Futures Program to benefit forest, shores and farmland

County commissioners approve $1.1 million in tax-funded grants

New approaches explored for backlog of county code violations

Commissioner: ‘What we want to do is get people on a path to enforcement’

Whidbey’s 360 area code now needed for all local calls

Western Washington joins the national trend of 10-digit dialing

Best of Whidbey Fraser’s ‘art of giving’ holds strong in daily life

Ask Scott Fraser about his volunteerism spirit on view in Oak Harbor year round, and he’s sure to evoke the name Keith Bartlett. A local… Continue reading

Newborn first patient at new hospital addition

$50 million wing passes its first week on the job

Longtime CASA volunteer lauded for 30 years of caring

Coupeville’s Joan Caldwell “retires” from court advocacy program

Trujillo pleads ‘not guilty’ in kidnapping charge

Suspect in police-involved shooting makes first appears in Superior Court

Going the distance to raise awareness of veteran suicide

Mike McCastle completes another “Herculean” task

Lt. Dan Band rocks NAS Whidbey

Before Capt. Geoffrey Moore welcomed a band playing in his backyard recently, he admitted he’d never heard their music. Still, the leader of Naval Air… Continue reading

NAS Whidbey petty officer gets ‘pinned’ by Lt. Dan

Actor and military morale-booster Gary Sinise goes beyond concert appearance

Opening of ‘state-of-the-art’ hospital wing set next week

CEO “couldn’t be prouder” of $50 million taxpayer-funded facility