Patricia Guthrie

Langley economy anchored by Clipper Christmas ship

Weekends filled with hundreds more shoppers

LeRoy Bell back on Whidbey Jan. 19

Popular performer at festivals takes to WICA stage

Storm clean up continues

Mighty trees no match for fury of wind

‘First Impressions’ draws out viewers’ reaction

Meredith MacLeod’s 100-day portrait project on display until Jan. 1

Greenbank Progressive Club at Bakken and Firehouse Roads, and two houses, were significantly damaged by downed trees caused by Thursday’s windstorm. There were no reported injuries. (Photo provided)

More than 300 Whidbey Islanders still in dark

All power should return by 3 p.m. Monday, PSE says

Greenbank Progressive Club at Bakken and Firehouse Roads, and two houses, were significantly damaged by downed trees caused by Thursday’s windstorm. There were no reported injuries. (Photo provided)

Hospital retirees shocked to learn health coverage was dropped

‘This came totally out of the blue. Retirees are furious.’

Island’s debut film fest is set

‘Femme fatales of Film Noir.’ Sultry, saucy and possibly a sell-out

WhidbeyHealth reducing cost of physical therapy, CTs, MRIs

Prices reduced about one-third for physical therapy, other services

Learn how a trombone toots and a drum rolls

Saratoga Orchestra presents annual ‘Petting Zoo’ with holiday concert

Elves added to holiday happenings in Langley

Expect to see a lot of little green people this weekend. And maybe one big red jolly guy. One Santa and two elf events scheduled… Continue reading

Poodle skirts swing and kids sing

Whidbey Playhouse features two plays in holiday treat

Whidbey birder, naturalist debuts first novel

Frances Wood goes from feathers to fiction

Mammoth find

Dog’s discovery turns out to be a 13,000-year-old tooth

Hits lead to drop in WhidbeyHealth Sept. revenue

WhidbeyHealth suffered an unplanned budget hit, making September “not such a good month,” Ron Telles, chief financial officer, said at a recent meeting. Also, patient… Continue reading

Drive-through window? SUV plows through store wall

Two people were transported to the hospital Nov. 2 after a car crashed through the wall at Linds Jewelry in Freeland, according to fire officials… Continue reading

Pumpkin pie is elementary

Plant the pumpkin, bake the pumpkin, eat the pie

Arts events slated across Whidbey Island

Uncommon Threads, 15th Annual Whidbey Weavers Guild show, 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Friday, Nov. 2 and Sat. Nov. 3 at Nordic Hall, 63 Jacobs Road Coupeville.… Continue reading

Dying at home topic of Oak Harbor author’s new book

With more Americans living longer and aging in place, more also want to die at home. Few, however, actually do. Karen Clayton of Oak Harbor… Continue reading

New van for veterans helps with health care

It’s not an ambulance, fire truck or other rescue vehicle. But to its new occupants, the plain white eight-passenger van is a “life saver.” Tuesday,… Continue reading

‘Octette Bridge Club’ deals tough love

At Whidbey Playhouse, sisterhood cracks behind the well-coiffed facade