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All shrimp species are open to harvest on Wednesday, May 19 from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. in Marina Areas 8-1 and 8-2, which covers the eastern shores of Whidbey Island from Deception Pass to Possession Point.
The Oak Harbor Library is hosting an art showing by local artist Kate Holley. Working primarily with oil paints, Holley’s subject matter varies from portrait… Continue reading
Forty women and some men volunteered for Habitat’s Women Build 2021 event this past weekend.
Whidbey Island Rocks is encouraging people to paint stones with Garry oaks before a hunt Saturday.
The Deception Pass Sail and Power Squadron hosts education and safety classes, and social events.
The pandemic has brought a longtime farmer out of retirement.
Green thumbs who have had a taste of spring sunshine and want to begin planting can do so with the help of the Island County Master Gardeners.
Whidbey Pies is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year.
The trio will be at Windjammer Park in Oak Harbor this Saturday.
Frances Schultz turned 100 years old on March 30.
Bobbi Lornson, past president of the Oak Harbor Lions Club president and volunteer, was recently recognized for her contributions to the community.
Joel Atienza’s advice to Space Force hopefuls? “Remember, ‘The sky is not the limit.’”
South Whidbey Elementary School students got a taste of what it would be like to live as gray whales.
A Coupeville chef has expanded his partnership with local business owners to help his restaurant survive during the coronavirus pandemic. From the Oystercatcher’s dining room,… Continue reading
A cacophony of happy buzzers and bells and a riot of glowing lights signals the return of another Langley institution after a long pandemic slumber.… Continue reading
All aboard for my big, post-jab Rock adventure!
Rishi Sharma has met more than 1,100 World War II combat veterans to document their stories.
North Whidbey’s Cascadia Heritage Farm focuses on preserving critically endangered breeds.
Spring couldn’t come soon enough this year, not for just the birds, but for the nature enthusiasts.