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First round of vaccinations to begin Dec. 28 for health care, first responders.
Floral designer brings Langley’s well-known critter to life
The hospice has been locally managed since 1989.
Looking for a gift? Whidbey’s holiday markets have plenty of ideas all month.
Families who cannot afford gifts this holiday season have an island-wide resource.
18 people have tested positive for coronavirus at a long-term care facility in Oak Harbor.
A South Whidbey woman nursed two goats back to health with the help of Chinese medicine.
Full Cycle Farm will be giving away 100 saplings — free of charge — starting on Black Friday.
As COVID-19 case numbers continue to increase sharply across the county and state, Whidbey Island has also been experiencing an escalation of the virus. At… Continue reading
High winds knock out power islandwide
All proceeds from a raffle for a local artist Louie Rochon’s painting will benefit a food bank.
The foundation is awarding $118,000 this year to 30 different organizations.
Dredging is expected to last for nine weeks.
Health officials are also planning for future vaccine distribution.
The “Gauntlets” of VAQ-136 hung a large sign to mark the Growler squadron’s 50th anniversary.
A friend of the Machine Shop in Langley is asking for help to keep its doors open.
Water and stormwater rates will increase by 6 percent, and sewer will go up by 8 percent.
South Whidbey Parks and Recreation District is seeking public input on new trails.
Two Whidbey residents recently received awards from the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia, recognizing their services to their parishes. Molly Felder-Grimm, a parish administrator at St.… Continue reading