For a festive occasion such as this, Shane Evans allowed a few exceptions.
Skagit Community Band Presents "You Can't Be Serious!" 7:30 p.m. Feb. 6 at Maple Hall, La Conner; and 3 p.m. Feb. 8 at Brodniak Hall, Anacortes.
Oak Harbor has picked a new sister city from the Philippines.
PENN COVE GALLERY in Coupeville is undergoing a remodel and won’t re-open until Saturday, Jan. 31.
100 years ago: Mrs. W.H. Bartlett, a widow who lived near Oak Harbor, started a fire in her stove after having been out.
Ordinarily, it’s Les MacCormick’s role to offer inspiration.
100 years ago: The stockholders of the Oak Harbor Fruit Growers & Cannery Association elected a new board of directors. They were P.P. Custer, E.W. Wood, J. Ely, R. Zylstra, D.N. Judson, J.T. Rogers, W.R. Parker, E.B. Stewart and L.F. Bonnelle.
As simple as it was for Kim Niles to draw caricatures, the hard part was finding the right marketplace to sell them.
The benefits of incorporation at the county seat were beginning to appear. The elimination of delivery wagons into the country by merchants put the farmers in closer touch with the town and made a livelier appearance on certain days when the rural community came in to do their trading.
Coupeville artist DIANE TOMPKINSON’s piece “Two Crows” was accepted for The Crow Show exhibition scheduled for February in San Diego. This is her first venture into national exhibitions. Tompkinson, a retired educator, is one of 90 artists to be featured in the show.
The Association of Naval Aviation Whidbey Island Squadron 40, will meet for a no-host lunch at the NAS Whidbey Island O'Club Tuesday, March 13 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
A touch of magic isn’t just in Brittany Geragotelis’ books anymore. Since the publication of her first book, “Life’s a Witch,” the Oak Harbor native has been enjoying the magical feeling of success.