When it comes to high school competitions, none is quite so delicious as the Student Chef Showdown.
In the aftermath of the Marysville-Pilchuck shootings, the Whidbey Island community is reaching out to help where it can.
Some images in life are difficult to shake. For Jay W. Jacobs, it was the conviction of a widow determined to protect her husband’s name.
Cathy Lee Wade’s years as a librarian speaks volumes about her interest.
All activities begin at 1 p.m. at the Coupeville United Methodist Church on Main Street. Lunch is served every Wednesday at noon. For more information, contact Glenda Cantrell at email@example.com or 360-720-2955.
SATURDAY, Nov. 15 Pingpong, Pool, Pinochle
As two sisters arranged flowers behind the counter of the Greenhouse Florist and Nursery on a recent morning, they reflected on more carefree days when they used to crawl around the floor as kids and hide inside boxes.
For the month of November, the featured artists at Garry Oak Gallery are BARRY VAN GERBIG, an acrylic painter, and RANDY EMMONS, a watercolorist. For more information, go to www.garryoakgallery.com
Organizers with North Whidbey Community Harvest are seeking donations and volunteers as they prepare for the Thanksgiving event, Nov. 27, at the Oak Harbor Elks Lodge.
Joan Klope jokes these days that her home resembles more of a construction zone than a house.
A wedding planner, photographer, florist and a host of other industry vendors and support businesses will have some extra work this winter thanks to the second annual Weddings on Whidbey and Events Tour this past weekend.
During November, Oak Harbor students are aiming to fill two school buses.
When Eva Brown got the phone call telling her she was going to be a grand marshal in the Oak Harbor Veterans Day Parade Saturday, Nov. 8 this year, she thought there was some sort of mistake.
For the 10th year, Oak Harbor High School will host a performance honoring veterans on Veterans Day.
The setting for Bruce Williams-Burden’s 21st birthday wasn’t quite what he had imagined.
The morning of Dec. 7, 1941, Harold Johnson was headed out on leave to meet a girl.
World War I — known at the time as “The Great War” — officially ended when the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919, in the Palace of Versailles outside the town of Versailles, France.
A narrow pathway leads to a set of wooden stairs that reveals the entrance to the historic Haller House.
Downtown Oak Harbor is starting to look like a holiday corridor, thanks to local students.
At Hillcrest Elementary, one after-school activity is keeping students excited and engaged.