Patricia Guthrie

Spotlight now on Second Saturdays for Greenbank Farm artists

Photos and paintings of Denis Hill and Barbara Marks featured at Artworks Gallery

Frightville fear factor returns to Oak Harbor in ‘Carn-evil’

‘You’re completely safe to lose your mind’

Changing colors with the season on Pioneer Way

Artist turns musical symbols into bright shades of fall on shop windows

Mammograms remain best breast cancer defense

Self exams not as effective as once thought

A honey of a summer on ‘Whidbee’ Island

‘If you did not produce honey this year you should find a new hobby or profession.’

Oak Harbor Poetry Project launches Sunday at library

Aaron John Marek is first featured poet and reader

Illuminating a dark subject at Coupeville talk

Audubon Society hosts discussion on better ways to light the night

Berry amazing: From Hunter’s Moon Farm to Frasers Gourmet Hideaway

New farm-to-table duo features late season blueberries

Ron Van Dyk: ‘Important historical figure of our community to be honored

Island County Historical Society aiming high at Oct. 14 fundraiser

Revving up for domestic violence awareness

Navy motorcyclists riding Friday to ‘Stop the Cycle’

State health officials close Penn Cove to all shellfish harvesting

High levels of lethal toxin detected throughout region

Piling on the pumpkins and sprucing up the barn

Local farms get ready to greet fall’s harvest of customers

Pigfest donates $20,000 to CADA

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Mussel Flats gets out of garage to rock Whidbey

A ‘boy band’ for the ages

New festival features fresh and fermented cider

Pressed apples: Both kids and adults can get juiced

Hospital water ‘perfectly safe for all’ says CEO

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New book explores 75 years of NAS Whidbey history

During WWII ‘it was a mill for turning out trainees’ says author William Stein

NAS Whidbey turns 75

Commissioning celebration planned for Thursday

Island Transit lauded for its improved safety record

Fewer accidents on the road leads to high praise from risk pool

Birds of prey featured at annual Raptor Day in Coupeville

A chance to eyeball ‘superheroes of the bird world’ Saturday