Patricia Guthrie

Spooning up art from life’s leftovers

‘C.R.A.P.’ coming back for annual show

Lighthouse license plates top $1 million in sales

County programs benefit from statewide program

MusselFest harvests tastes and tourism

Annual Coupeville event set for March 3 and 4

Gardening workshop in full bloom

30 years of digging the dirt

Class teaches disaster readiness

‘There’s no reason not to be prepared’

‘Monologues’ a tapestry of women’s voices on stage

Whidbey joins 20th anniversary global events

Tiny bugs bite into WhidbeyHealth budget

But it still came out $1.3 million ahead for 2017

Life is a drag

‘Queens of the Island’ reeling them in at Off the Hook lounge

National fiddlin’ champions perform in Freeland Sunday

Bee Eaters to buzz Dancing Fish Vineyards

Ladies! Be smart. Watch out for your heart

Local cardiac screening saves lives

Living the motto ‘neighbors helping neighbors’

Volunteers can still sign up for Hearts & Hammers

Whidbey Playhouse has a winner with “The Producers”

Cast, costumes, set, singing all stand out

Rockhounds ready to wow with worldly findings

Oak Harbor Senior Center presents 53rd annual gem show

Wine and spirits in chocolate a sweet Whidbey treat

Vintners expect a full house for annual tasting tour

Two deaths of flu confirmed in Island County

One additional death also called flu-related

“Friends” joining Whidbey’s state parks

Volunteers to patch up public’s playgrounds

Sound Water Stewards seek more volunteers

Extensive training teaches science of the sea

A basket for every nook and need

Success comes by accident for Oak Harbor artist

New play, new roles for The Bard’s women

‘Fan fiction for Shakespeare nerds’

Habitat for Humanity of Island County celebrates 50th housewarming

Lindsey Shannon can’t bring herself to climb higher than two steps up a ladder. But that didn’t stop her from helping a team of Habitat… Continue reading