Patricia Guthrie

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

Ban lifted: Mussels being plucked again from Penn Cove

Shellfish closure still affects varnish, butter clams

The Greenbank Trading Post is full of collectibles for all tastes. Anthony Gatto turned the old family barn with items from estate sales over the past two decades. Years ago, his store was one of 13 such stores along Whidbey’s main route but many have closed. His mother, RuthAnne Gatto, also helps out in the store, which got its beginnings as a olace to sell her homemade crafts.

Greenbank Trading Post packed with collectibles

Shop may soon become another relic of yesteryear

The Greenbank Trading Post is full of collectibles for all tastes. Anthony Gatto turned the old family barn with items from estate sales over the past two decades. Years ago, his store was one of 13 such stores along Whidbey’s main route but many have closed. His mother, RuthAnne Gatto, also helps out in the store, which got its beginnings as a olace to sell her homemade crafts.

Thanks, giving at North Whidbey Community Harvest

Volunteers set to serve 3,000 free turkey dinners and 160 pies

WhidbeyHealth to become training ground for future docs

Collaboration with Pacific Northwest University announced

WhidbeyHealth rolls out new medical equipment

State-of-the-art imaging machines secured in ‘unique’ collaboration

More homeless seek to get out of wet and windy weather

Oak Harbor’s Haven is at ‘full tilt’ providing 30 beds nightly

Cribbage club steadfastly deals the cards every Thursday night

‘It’s a mental challenge and sometimes a verbal challenge’

‘Serving People in Need’ — the cycle of SPIN Cafe a tribute to compassionate community

A drop-in center for the homeless evolves over five years

Oak Harbor Veterans Day Parade continues despite deaths

‘In her honor, I’m pushing forward’

Providing therapy on all fours in Las Vegas

‘Nitro had a lot of tears on his back’

Soroptimist clubs’ award deadline approaching

Helping low-income women mission of local clubs

Together 65 years in marriage and missions

Ivan and Virginia Lathrop lived in Middle East, Japan

Classic film noir takes the stage at Whidbey Playhouse

‘Moid-ah’ made funny in this delightful detective tale of diamonds and deceit

Saratoga Orchestra concerts Saturday and Sunday in Freeland and Oak Harbor

Sean Brown will perform an original composition on horn

Halloween happenings abound

Run, walk, dance, trick, treat, roll a pumpkin down the street

Coupeville merchants receive treats —and— tricks of mystery artist

Painted pumpkins puzzle proprietors

Lofty dream takes shape in Oak Harbor

Bagels, cocktails and more on tap for old Feed & Seed