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As she sat on a bench on a gusty Friday morning in…
At last, Conor Laffey can attend a family function and no longer…
At last, Conor Laffey can attend a family function and no longer get teased about being an outcast.
A Bird in the Hand, a close-up look at birds presented by the Whidbey Audubon Society every other year, is this weekend on South Whidbey.
WhidbeyHealth Medical Center LUKAS SA’RAYA WRIGHT, 7 pounds, 10 ounces, was born…
A Bird in the Hand, a close-up look at birds presented by…
As Hannah Gluth basked in the sun along the water’s edge at an Oak Harbor park Wednesday, every move she made was followed by warm, adoring eyes.
If there was one thing Matt Parker took away from a recent paddleboarding adventure around Whidbey Island, it was a healthy respect for the geography.
The Coupeville Lions Club and Town of Coupeville will once again partner to offer the annual Salmon BBQ and Town Concert starting noon on Sunday at Coupeville Town Park.
“Little Women" will open the 2016-17 season at the Whidbey Playhouse in Oak Harbor.
As of Thursday, the statue known as “The Barringtons” was still missing a plaque, leaving most passersby to wonder about the identity of this historic couple.
Washington ranks No. 10 nationwide in terms of the health of the state’s senior population, according to the United Health Foundation.
Primitive thinking inspires clay artist: Oak Harbor’s Jerry Pike creates new ideas from ancient artifacts
Pike is always getting strange looks from the hundreds of creatures and masks he created — inspired by artifacts and sculptures of ancient and primitive cultures, particularly Northwest Coast and pre-Columbian civilizations. He will be opening up this world to the public this weekend as part of the annual Whidbey Working Artists Summer Open Studio Tour.
A South Whidbey woman is now looking up in the trees rather than down at the trail after a frightening encounter with an aggressive owl in Saratoga Woods.
When Andy Ochoa learned that his restored 1952 Chevrolet COE pickup was going to be immortalized with a miniature diecast model by a major California toy car manufacturer last year, he knew his truck had arrived.
Here's what's happening in the Whidbey arts scene.
Here's what's happening on the Whidbey arts scene.
After a decades-long career in healthcare, including several years at Whidbey Internal Medicine, Lois Edstrom, a Coupeville poet, retired in 2004 to allocate more of her time to writing. Since then she has published numerous poems in anthologies and journals, as well as two chapbooks and a recently released full-length collection “Night Beyond Black.”
Held annually in conjunction with the Whidbey Island Fair, the Bunyon Busters Log Show on Sunday afternoon is steeped in the logging traditions of the Pacific Northwest.
Season in the wake: Disappointed anglers fishing for new pastimes now that salmon season is closed in waters around Whidbey
For many salmon anglers who live on Whidbey Island, the months of August, September and even October are highly anticipated. They are the rewarding months when salmon are most abundant in the area and one or more species of salmon are typically allowed to be caught. But these next three months will be quieter than many anglers can ever remember experiencing.
When one of Washington’s most breathtaking state parks is part of your everyday life for 12 years, you tend to gain some unique insight.
There’s a more polished look to the Admiralty Head Lighthouse these days.
Events and menu listings for the month of August at the Bayview senior center.
Here's what's happening at the Coupeville HUB for Seniors in August.
Clinton has a new community gathering space, and it involves one of South Whidbey’s favorite hobbies: gardening.
Many seniors are finding their medical expenses exceed what they anticipated when planning for retirement. Maximizing the value of available assets can be one of the ways to significantly ease a stressed budget.
Purchasing a probiotic supplement can be a waste of money, unless you know how to decipher the language printed on the label, say experts.
As soon as Frank Rose stepped on Whidbey Island in 1985, he’s been all about the arts. A quick walk around Langley can show the fruits of his labor, too.
At age 69, Jim Freeman is just hitting his stride. The quirky and ever-enthusiastic South Whidbey resident and well-known master-of-ceremonies has been entertaining crowds for most of his life.
From vitamin A to zinc, there is a plethora of supplements available on the market. While some have been touted by researchers and medical professionals as healthful and beneficial, others may do little more than lighten your pocketbook.
The pretty purple fields at Lavender Wind Farm off West Beach are a far cry from last year’s “bumper” crop.
Evans’ book, “This is Not a Werewolf Story,” is a middle grade novel aimed at 9-to-12-year-old readers that is set at Fort Casey on Whidbey Island.
For the sake of delivering a talk about maritime history last week, Roger Sherman left the comforts of his own home and addressed a small group on the porch of the Island County Museum.
With the flashing yellow-tinted lights and clinking and ringing of the pinball machines in The Machine SHOP, it’s easy to feel transported to a 1970s video arcade.
The vast majority of the public have, at best, a distant relationship with the channels through which their food is produced. Roshel Donwen, Jennifer Jones and Jessica Muzzall are trying to change that, and they’re challenging what the agriculture industry looks like while doing so.
Mark Lucero, 51, has played with art in various forms for most of his life, but he didn’t start showing his paintings professionally at galleries around Whidbey Island until 14 years ago.
Members of Soroptimist International of Coupeville held a recognition celebration for graduates who completed the fall 2015 and spring 2016 Dream It Be It: Career Support for Girls program.
Playhouse becomes summer getaway: Youthful cast of ‘Beauty and the Beast Jr.’ find theater fun pastime
Dusting oneself off and trying again is all part of the education theater students have been receiving under Stan Thomas, who started the Would Be Players youth drama program at the Oak Harbor playhouse five years ago.
The élan and grace with which Jean Owen makes her way across the dance floor belies her years, and the illness with which she’s embattled.
Coupeville’s marine exhibit at the wharf gained a giant mural by local artist Kris Wiltse this weekend.