Life

Halloween happenings abound

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

Lofty dream takes shape in Oak Harbor

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

Oak Harbor science teacher back from Ironman championships

Dehydrated from the hot, humid weather of Kona, Hawaii an Oak Harbor science teacher still managed to swim, bike and run 140.6 miles to the… Continue reading

Port planning Greenbank Farm bond payoff celebration

After 20 years, the Port of Coupeville is set to make its final payment on the Greenbank Farm bond Dec. 1. And staff wants to… Continue reading

A wicked homecoming parade for Coupeville

Witches, wizard, football and floats

ISLAND UNSEEN| Cle Elum Ridge Run 25K: Sometimes, You Just Have To Show Up

A line of bibbed runners file past as we enter the Taneum Junction Campground parking lot in Cle Elum. This is not a good sign,… Continue reading

Spotlight now on Second Saturdays for Greenbank Farm artists

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

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

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’

Piling on the pumpkins and sprucing up the barn

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

Ghosts and goblins making way to Coupeville for annual ‘Haunting’

Ghouls and goblins are making their way into dark corners throughout town in preparation for the annual Haunting of Coupeville. Festivities start Sunday, Oct. 1… Continue reading

Mussel Flats gets out of garage to rock Whidbey

A ‘boy band’ for the ages

Rotary honors September student of the month

Rotary Club of Oak Harbor honored its first student of the month for the new school year. Jordan George’s claim to fame is in music.… Continue reading

  • Sep 26, 2017

Team race to raise $12k for food bank

Relay teams raced their way to victory Saturday raising more than $12,000 for Gifts From the Heart Food Bank. This was the 10th anniversary of… Continue reading

New festival features fresh and fermented cider

Pressed apples: Both kids and adults can get juiced

Island Unseen: What’s SUP?

The second day of summer 2017 was the best one ever for a couple of stand up paddle boarders lucky enough to book a tour… Continue reading

New book explores 75 years of NAS Whidbey history

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