Visitors can bask in the relaxing aroma of Mother Nature’s healing herb during Lavender Wind Farm’s 11th Annual Lavender Wind Festival.
If the folks who take their dogs for walks to Greenbank Farm weren’t responsible pet owners and poop picker-uppers, the place would literally be knee-deep in doggy doo-doo.
Island County commissioners approved $30,000 for maintenance of the Island County Fairgrounds Monday, although management of the property remains uncertain.
As the longest standing commercial property owner on Front Street, Paul Whelan has seen the waterfront town change over the years.
After roughly 10 years of fundraising, supporters of Whidbey Animals’ Improvement Foundation are finally seeing their dreams come to fruition.
It can be a little unsettling when Jon Crimmins looks back to his teenage years spent at Fort Casey State Park.
“How many stars do you see in the middle of the handle?” asked Richard Everett, a member of the Island County Astronomical Society, as he pointed to the Big Dipper with a crowd of people gathering around him.
The Navy’s use of Outlying Field Coupeville to train the EA-18G Growlers is a critical topic for this year’s congressional primary, which ends Aug. 5.
The Port of Coupeville is seeking proposals from groups or people interested in managing the Greenbank Farm.
Commissioners for the Port of Coupeville approved the hiring of an additional temporary employee.
The newly formed Friends of Ebey’s has a lot to celebrate this month. The group, earlier this month, finalized and signed a memorandum or understanding with the Trust Board of Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve.
The Port of Coupeville is going to have to dip into its reserve funds after three bids to replace the wharf’s fuel floats came in over estimate.
A leasee with the Greenbank Farm’s community solar project is terminating its lease at the end of the year.
When Diane Groeschell looks back at some of the warmest memories of her mother, the list is long and deep.
Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve will host a series of ranger talks this summer throughout the reserve. The 30-minute talks are free and open to the public and will be held at 1 p.m. on scheduled days.
The Island County Historical Society was presented an Award of Publication Excellence for its 30-minute video documentary, “Sunnyside Cemetery — Where Central Whidbey Sleeps,” at the annual Washington Museum Association Conference in Port Townsend.
Island County will be under a modified burn ban starting Tuesday, July 15.
Island County’s Transportation Element Update project team will visit locations around the county for a second time to update interested citizens on projects and gather input on early draft proposed goals, policies and future transportation conditions.
Island County will hold a public hearing on its fish and wildlife habitat conservation plan at 10:15 a.m. Monday, July 21, in the Commissioners Hearing Room in Coupeville.
Volunteers will once again get hands-on experience in historic preservation as the Ebey’s Reserve Preservation Field School project gets underway later this month.