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A volunteer coordinator is also being sought for North and Central Whidbey.
When Jim Sherman and Michael Ferri moved to Coupeville, they brought four old friends with them.
A very good boy is searching for a forever home after being abandoned in a field off Highway 20.
Edmonds resident Janine Harles captured photos of orcas swimming along the Clinton shoreline.
A contemporary dance company founded during the pandemic is planning its first show outdoors.
The school near Clinton is offering its stock of broilers for people to buy for a chicken dinner.
Navy wife’s new business a big hit for deployments, anniversaries
David Parent is accustomed to treating wildlife as often as domestic animals at his vet practice.
A new installation joined the many nature-themed artworks in the Price Sculpture Forest this week.
The farm stand is now offering u-pick sunflowers from its fields north of Oak Harbor.
The Playhouse’s first show of the long-awaited season will be “Tea for Three.”
Coupeville students and teachers had their first day of school on Tuesday, Sept. 7.
Oak Harbor schools had their first day Sept. 9.
After a year and a half of online events, WICA is planning a season of indoor, in-person events.
Oak Harbor’s famous Chucky Chicken danced with the crowds at the Oak Harbor Music Festival Saturday. Ever the trendsetter, it appears a flock of fans… Continue reading
The Oak Harbor, Coupeville and Central Whidbey Lions Clubs’ influence extends far beyond the island.
The Cloudstone Sculpture Park will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 4 and 5.
A one-night reading of “The Trial of Doctor Fuchetti” is coming to the WICA main stage this Saturday.
Whidbey’s biggest celebration of all things wooden is coming to the South End next weekend.
One of the benefits of this urge for me was recalling what I miss about our Rock while far from it.