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The bear nicknamed “Whidbey the Pooh” appears to be sticking around longer than expected.
The new business, IC Teriyaki, is owned and operated by Eli Imbery and Carol Coble.
A volunteer coordinator is also being sought for North and Central Whidbey.
If you’ve ever wanted to do bicep curls with a chicken or goat walking by, now might be your chance.
A contemporary dance company founded during the pandemic is planning its first show outdoors.
The school near Clinton is offering its stock of broilers for people to buy for a chicken dinner.
David Parent is accustomed to treating wildlife as often as domestic animals at his vet practice.
Langley’s newest citizen-led committee will be holding its first meeting this week.
A charitable group that has survived one whole century in Langley will be celebrating this weekend.
After a year and a half of online events, WICA is planning a season of indoor, in-person events.
Experts are advising residents not to feed Bambi as a precaution against a deadly deer disease.
A busy holiday weekend for the state’s ferry system may be indicative of larger tensions building.
The Cloudstone Sculpture Park will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 4 and 5.
A one-night reading of “The Trial of Doctor Fuchetti” is coming to the WICA main stage this Saturday.
After a successful fundraising campaign, the Clinton Community Hall is sporting a new roof.
Whidbey’s biggest celebration of all things wooden is coming to the South End next weekend.
A South Whidbey High School 2021 graduate set up a honeybee hive for her Girl Scout service project.
Jeana Dominguez approached the city council this week with a proposal to create murals surrounding six storm drains in Langley.
Meredith Penny will be the city’s new director of Community Planning starting Sept. 1.
Council members decided to hold out on the decision until after receiving input from businesses.