Patricia Guthrie

Foibles and fun of love shine in Whidbey Playhouse ‘She Loves Me’

All the high notes of romance hit by talented cast

WhidbeyHealth board sets special public meeting for Monday

WhidbeyHealth board commissioners want to hear from the public and health system staff about how it should best move forward and look for a new… Continue reading

Snohomish County Community Transit’s new Swift Green Line buses began service this week, including routes between the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal and Paine Field’s commerical airline passenger terminal. Shuttle van service between Whidbey Island and Paine Field begins Thursday. (Photo provided)

Getting to Paine Field gets easier

Options begin this week for getting to and from new Everett terminal

Snohomish County Community Transit’s new Swift Green Line buses began service this week, including routes between the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal and Paine Field’s commerical airline passenger terminal. Shuttle van service between Whidbey Island and Paine Field begins Thursday. (Photo provided)

Whidbey filmmaker picked for ‘Wild and Wise Women’

Personalizes mental illness, demons of war

Boeing’s bygone days of marvel invoked through music

Langley concert features two orchestras and one really big piano

WhidbeyHealth CEO Geri Forbes is retiring

Geri Forbes, CEO of WhidbeyHealth, announced Friday she is retiring on July 1. During her four-year tenure overseeing Whidbey health system, Forbes oversaw the construction… Continue reading

Whidbey to revel in all things Irish this weekend

Shamrocks, shenanigans, corned beef, colcannon and more

Educating through art, naturally

Health challenges don’t damper couple’s passion to inspire others

WhidbeyHealth reports 2018 as a ‘tough year,’ with $6.3 million loss

Unplanned expenses in 2018 led to a “tough year” for WhidbeyHealth, board commissioners learned Monday. “We lost about $6.3 million this fiscal year,” Ron Telles,… Continue reading

Winter storm forecast leads to many canceled events around Whidbey

Predictions of another weekend of snow and icy roads have led many events around Whidbey Island to be postponed or canceled. With a winter storm… Continue reading

In touch with giants

Orca Network offers hands-on encounters with gray whales

Classic play takes on timeless societal issues

Whidbey Playhouse spotlights domestic violence, mental illness in ‘Streetcar’

Telling the Habitat story

‘Much more than just a secondhand furniture store’

Building a North Whidbey Hearts & Hammers

Home-repair nonprofit extends its helping hand

Langley joins opposition to training increases

Langley has officially added its voice to the growing opposition of a Navy plan to expand Growler military jet training at a rural field south… Continue reading

Efforts to bring orca Tokitae home chronicled in new book

They’re known as “orca dorks,” and Sandra Pollard is proud to say she’s one of them. Bound by an inexplicable love for the black-and-white creatures… Continue reading

Connecting past and present Whidbey Telecom’s goal

Calling up history with a telephone musuem

Friends of Whidbey State Parks seek more members

South Whidbey, Possession Point sites subject of Jan. 12 meetings

Sea Float Scramble begins with fire

Look out for kids running toward a mission on Saturday. They’ll be dashing toward Seawall Park with an eye out for small glass sea floats.… Continue reading