Life

Holland Happening going global

Chamber celebrates many cultures of Oak Harbor

 

Island Transit offering guided tours

Get on board for whales, woods, wine and more

 

Cloudstone: Where art grows in earth

Sculptors to honor Hank Nelson’s visionary work

 

Plant sales a blooming bounty for garden clubs

It’s raining plant sales this month as community garden clubs kick-off growing season with annual fundraising events. The first sale, hosted by Greenbank Garden Club,… Continue reading

Coupeville United Methodist Church as it stands today, still uses the building constructed in 1894. The church has since been added to and renovated.

Methodist church celebrates 165 years of worship

This weekend, Whidbey Island’s oldest church and one of the oldest in the state, will celebrate 165 years of sermons. Coupeville United Methodist Church will… Continue reading

Coupeville United Methodist Church as it stands today, still uses the building constructed in 1894. The church has since been added to and renovated.

ISLAND UNSEEN: Just say no to OSPI’s superfluous science assessment for class of 2019 students

This spring, about 83,000 11th-grade students in Washington will become the first to sit for the new high school science assessment for federal accountability: the… Continue reading

Whodunit revealed at Whidbey Playhouse

Cast cleverly conceals murderer in Agatha Christie’s ‘The Hollow”

Trading her keyboard for kale: A rock farmer’s tale

Farmers have little time for chit-chat. If it’s not planting time, it’s harvest time, or it’s time to clean the barn or order seed or… Continue reading

Quirky collection framed in ‘Found Objects’

Glass artist Richard Marquis reveals ‘stuff’

Kids of many kinds at North Whidbey Farm

Goat farm tour set for April 15, 16

Bringing stories to life

Students at Oak Harbor Christian School brought stories to life recently at the school’s literacy fair. Around 80 children from preschool to sixth grade performed… Continue reading

SVC student named to all-Washington Academic Team

Christopher Leyva Vera admits he procrastinated while attending Coupeville High School and that he didn’t feel ready for higher education when he graduated in 2012.… Continue reading

Plenty of Easter bunny love at Fuzzybutts

Farm is the hoppiest place in Oak Harbor

Easter events calendar

Friday, March 30Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt, 8:30-9:30 p.m., March 30, field next to Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce, 32630 SR 20. For 7th to 12th… Continue reading

  • Mar 27, 2018

Whidbey has (lots of) talent

Auditions attract 88 singing, dancing, kicking, musicial kids

“Waiting for Hassana” by Ifunanya Maduka

Lunafest features ‘films for, by and about women’

Fundraiser also helps local women and girls

“Waiting for Hassana” by Ifunanya Maduka

Making out like, well, Bandits

The tension was palpable Tuesday night in the Oak Harbor Elementary gymnasium. David Ybarra’s eyes lit up as the scores for each team were announced,… Continue reading

Island Unseen: Snurfin’ USA

“Some one was drawing water and my teacher placed my hand under the spout. As the cool stream gushed over one hand she spelled into… Continue reading

Glass fuses with music in ‘Glassical Gas’

Piano gets new tune in art exhibit

Rotary honors March Student of the Month

Rotary Club of Oak Harbor recognized Cami Bristow as its March Student of the Month. Bristow is a junior at Oak Harbor High School. She… Continue reading

  • Mar 20, 2018