Whidbey men experience Nepal devastation firsthand

Above, Langley residents Bob Frause and his son Max sit in front of the Tibetan village of Gyantse where they were traveling during the Nepalese earthquake April 25. Below, Whidbey vintner Eric Murphy, who survived the earthquake during a Mount Everest ascent. - Photos provided
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A Whidbey vintner got more than he bargained for when he survived the recent earthquake in Nepal during a Mount Everest ascent.


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Whidbey General Hospital critic running for seat

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One of the biggest critics of Whidbey General Hospital leadership is hoping to join the team.

Oak Harbor City Council votes to clear Sleeper Road land

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The City of Oak Harbor may make more than $200,000 by clear-cutting unused property.

Oak Harbor abuzz with swarm of new tenants on Midway

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Apparently, the Oak Harbor real estate market isn’t just heating up for humans.

Central Whidbey Hearts & Hammers carves out time for 17 projects

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The last thing Dave Kelleher wanted to do was tangle with bees.

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