Visitors can bask in the relaxing aroma of Mother Nature’s healing herb during Lavender Wind Farm’s 11th Annual Lavender Wind Festival.
Navy Petty Officer Mike McCastle said he plans to feel some pain.
Ken Green doesn’t look at belt sanders the way most contractors do.
As she took a quick inventory of the critters she catalogued at Deception Pass State Park, Mary Jo Adams stopped at the photograph of a skinny beetle-shaped bug.
One of the first things Bo Chernikoff thought of when he heard about the cancellation of the Loganberry Festival this year was the children.
Hazel Welliver, the executive director of Harbor Tower Village in Oak Harbor, is proud of the retirement community, with good reason.
For the month of July, Garry Oak Gallery will feature the work of MIKE O’CONNELL. Visit the gallery, 830 SE Pioneer Way, Oak Harbor, to see his text paintings. For more information, visit www.garryoakgallery.com
RILEY OLIVIA KRONE, 8 pounds, 3 ounces, was born July 1. She is the daughter of Brock and Rebecca Krone.
DAMIAN TIMOTHY MARTINEZ, 7 pounds, was born July 2. He is the son of Sergio and Karla Martinez of Oak Harbor.
On a recent afternoon at the Keystone spit, Betty Bastai stared out at the wooden skeleton of an old wharf that served as a platform for seabirds basking in the sun.
For the 38th year, the Whidbey Island Horse Trials were held this past weekend in Oak Harbor.
At Crescent Harbor Blueberry Farm, it’s all about the Patriots.
Growing up on an Oak Harbor farm, Sheila Case-Smith remembers when it was common to spot a toad on the family property.
Leslie Franzen, branch manager for the Coupeville Library, said the library has worked with the Island County Astronomical Society before, but never for teens specifically.
Hetty Van Dijt, of Vancouver, British Columbia, has visited Deception Pass State Park since she was a child.
With temperatures expected to reach the low 80s in Oak Harbor this weekend, organizers of the Beachcombers Bazaar are feeling good about a decision in recent years to move the event deeper into the summer calendar.
Patriotism goes on display as Oak Harbor celebrates Independence Day.
OAKLEY PAGE SCRIVER, 8 pounds, 3 ounces, was born June 27. She is the daughter of Jerrold Scriver lll and Meggan Hagen of Clinton.
HENRIK WILLIAM GRAYSON GLENDAY, 7 pounds, 8.5 ounces, was born June 30. He is the son of Michael and Jobeth Glenday.
The following local students were named to Dean's Lists for the spring term: