Amaya Sanders loves to draw. Flowers, trees, butterflies.
Rocco Strain can cover the 2.5 miles on his road bike from home to school in under seven minutes.
It’s not easy being at the top. For Dale Sandri, wearing the title of president with the Oak Harbor Emblem Club means at times he’ll wear different hats.
Elijah Webb’s senior year isn’t turning out quite as he expected.
An election to decide whether or not to incorporate was announced to be held May 1. The Oak Harbor News said it had the utmost confidence in the enterprising people of Oak Harbor in deciding this most important question.
Less than a quarter-mile away from Laura Renninger’s Oak Harbor home is an oddly shaped oak tree that holds special meaning to her family. For most who pass by where 6th Avenue meets Quaker Street, the tree holds few distinguishing features in an area shaded by many more towering Garry oaks, but not to the Renningers.
Lorina Mullen professes that she doesn’t need much to be happy. At 90 years of age and in good health, she’s perfectly content with a book in her hand and shrugs at the thought of needing much else.
Here’s what was happening in the news this week: 100 years ago: The straying bovine would no longer be found wandering through the green grass within. Mr. Seltzer had his dander up and had sworn eternal banishment for all their kith and kin. And to secure their eternal banishment, gates would soon be swinging at the entrances of the yard.
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.