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It’s not uncommon for Roberta Piercy to be on the water six…
Now that Christmas has come and gone, Coupeville Boy Scout Troop 4058…
The Coupeville Festival Association awarded more than $31,000 in community grants Monday…
Cheryl Engle remembers how puzzled she felt when Paul Messner asked her…
The 18th annual Community Thanksgiving Day Dinner is scheduled for 12-2 p.m.…
History came alive at Fort Casey State Park this weekend as a…
The first time Harrison Goodall stepped inside the structure known as the…
Bring a dish to share, along with your own plates and utensils,…
Although the windstorm that was forecasted to wreak havoc on Whidbey Island…
Coupeville’s Great Pumpkin Race was greater than ever this year, with more…
The Pacific Northwest Art School is inviting the public to attend its…
The Coupeville Lions Club has been hard at work renovating the kitchen shelter at Town Park.
Dave Caffarel made himself right at home, finding the couch so cozy,…
Rognan doesn’t sweat the small things anymore. She’s learned to look at life differently and live more simply — in her case, in the comfort of a small cabin on a farm.
There’s still time to sign up for the Harvest Fest Relay Races. The annual event, which raises money for the Gifts From the Heart food bank, is being held at noon Saturday, Oct. 8 at the Coupeville Farmer’s Market.
The Coupeville Lions Club and Town of Coupeville will once again partner to offer the annual Salmon BBQ and Town Concert starting noon on Sunday at Coupeville Town Park.
After a decades-long career in healthcare, including several years at Whidbey Internal Medicine, Lois Edstrom, a Coupeville poet, retired in 2004 to allocate more of her time to writing. Since then she has published numerous poems in anthologies and journals, as well as two chapbooks and a recently released full-length collection “Night Beyond Black.”
The pretty purple fields at Lavender Wind Farm off West Beach are a far cry from last year’s “bumper” crop.
Members of Soroptimist International of Coupeville held a recognition celebration for graduates who completed the fall 2015 and spring 2016 Dream It Be It: Career Support for Girls program.
Mark Lucero, 51, has played with art in various forms for most of his life, but he didn’t start showing his paintings professionally at galleries around Whidbey Island until 14 years ago.
Coupeville’s marine exhibit at the wharf gained a giant mural by local artist Kris Wiltse this weekend.
Crowds gathered Saturday morning for the start of the annual Coupeville Lions Club Garage Sale.
Nathan Gilles is an artist. His medium is wood, his focus Native American carving. He makes bowls, masks, drums, boxes, hand tools — pretty much anything in the genre. He even made a traditional dugout canoe once, which you may have seen. It’s been on display in front of the museum in Coupeville for years.
In celebration of the National Park Service Centennial, Friends of Ebey’s will screen six film shorts made during “Ebey’s Reserve’s FilmSlam” in May.
Former state representative writes about oil spill impact: Novel by Dave Anderson is set in Puget Sound area
The Exxon Valdez oil spill will be forever burned into the memories of many. With large amounts of oil constantly moving through Puget Sound, the prospect of a similar catastrophe in the waters is a frightening possibility.
The Pacific Rim Institute of Environmental Stewardship is holding an open house this week that will include tours of the property’s prairie and forest lands and an honoring of special guests.
The Coupeville Maritime Heritage Foundation is hosting a celebration to welcome back the historic schooner Suva for its second season in Penn Cove on Friday.
Art created by local high schoolers will be on display from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, May 6 and Saturday, May 7 at the Coupeville Library. A reception for the artists, open to the public, will take place from 5-8 p.m. Friday with awards to be presented at 7 p.m.
At a meeting attended by about 20 people last week at the Coupeville Library, it was announced that the new friends group was forging ahead and the process of taking the first baby steps began.
The Coupeville Garden Club’s annual plant sale will take place from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Saturday, April 30 at the Coupeville Rec Hall.
Admission to the Island County Museum will be free the entire month of April, the Island County Historical Society announced last week.
Members of the Coupeville Lions Club will gather at Prairie Center Red Apple and Whidbey Island Bank in Coupeville to raise funds as part of the annual Lions White Cane Day from April 29 through May 7.
The Kettles Trails will be teeming with mountain bike riders this weekend during two events that have grown in numbers.
Friends and family of Che’ Gilliland held a parade in honor of the former Oak Harbor teacher and environmental and peace activist in Coupeville Sunday to celebrate Gilliland’s life. Gilliland, a former Coupeville resident, died Jan. 29 in New Orleans, La., after a short battle with lung cancer.
Members of Soroptimist International of Coupeville are working to provide young women on Central Whidbey the skills they need to be successful — whatever their dreams may be.
More than 100 community members gathered Saturday to raise an estimated $28,000 for Coupeville High School seniors during the annual Coupeville Lions Scholarship Auction.
The Coupeville Lions Club is once again offering an evening of good food, entertainment and fun — all while raising money for a good cause.