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Call it coincidence, fortune or fate. Eric Vasilyev owes his life to a handful of skilled Good Samaritans. He’s a lucky man and he knows it.
On the shores of Lone Lake, the small waves caused by the whipping wind have brought a smelly issue to the surrounding land: dead rainbow trout — lots of them.
A day full of bounce houses, crafts, bubbles and pony rides is the stuff of dreams for little ones, and those dreams will come true next Saturday.
As the value of homes on Whidbey continues to appreciate, the prospect of finding a place to rent grows more and more grim.
In the woods north of Possession Point, a pasture overlooking Puget Sound is filled with Stan and Lynn Swanson’s sheep herd. It’s the milk produced from that herd that results in the couple’s own artisan cheese, which is capturing the attention of foodie magazines and local chefs.
In a “lab” next door to Bailey’s Corner Store in Cultus Bay, two beer scientists are busy at work devising their next concoction.
Three people were airlifted Wednesday from a section of State Highway 525 after a two-car collision.
From a small office on Whidbey Island, a company is giving pets that have lost use of their legs renewed mobility.
Arne Bergstrom has been running to let off steam since 1980, but later this month there is a noble cause that’ll keep his legs chugging …and chugging … and chugging.
In a climate where active shooter situations are increasingly common, knowledge is power when it comes to preparation.
Held annually in conjunction with the Whidbey Island Fair, the Bunyon Busters Log Show on Sunday afternoon is steeped in the logging traditions of the Pacific Northwest.
For the 2016 installment of the Whidbey Island Fair, fair organizers added some new faces for entertainment while staying true to what the fair is all about: farming, rides, games, music and the annual parade.
Clinton has a new community gathering space, and it involves one of South Whidbey’s favorite hobbies: gardening.
With the flashing yellow-tinted lights and clinking and ringing of the pinball machines in The Machine SHOP, it’s easy to feel transported to a 1970s video arcade.
Crab season opens Friday July 1 and runs through Sept. 5.
Swedish Medical Center patients suffering from multiple sclerosis began a therapeutic horseback riding program in Greenbank last week. The first day went smoothly, and the initial results were powerful.
The annual Savor Spring Food, Wine & Spirits Tour is an opportunity to sample the best spirits and some of the best bounty South Whidbey has to offer. Put on by Whidbey Island Vintners and Distillers Association since 2010, the self-guided tour takes guests on a trip through four wineries and Whidbey Island Distillery for a day of tasting and food pairing.
South Whidbey’s second recreational marijuana retailer opened its doors to the public this week.
The lush and dog-friendly Meerkerk Gardens in Greenbank are in bloom, displaying a vast array of bright colors and smells that send the senses into overdrive.
Despite being packed with more than two dozen people, the deck of the Mystic Sea was dead silent. No one made a whisper.