ONE MATCHING GRANT MET; A NEW ONE OFFERED…

ONE MATCHING GRANT MET; A NEW ONE OFFERED…

Sometimes seeds are planted in young lives which continue to bear fruit years and even decades later. Such is the case with Derel Gabelein, a 32-year-old South Whidbey resident who operates his own wood slab cutting business for furniture making.(His...

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Mukilteo-Clinton Ferry

Mukilteo-Clinton Ferry

This photo of the Mukilteo-Clinton ferry was likely taken in the late 1920’s or early 1930’s. Note the ferry dock first. Today if you walk off the ferry dock at low tide, you will see the remains of pilings of that dock on the north side of the current dock. The...

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Langley’s All-Woman City Council

Langley’s All-Woman City Council

One hundred years ago this month, a special election was held in Langley which resulted in an all-woman administration who took office in January 1920. This is but one part of Washington State's interesting road to women's suffrage as local historian Bob Waterman...

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Langley History Walking Tours

Langley History Walking Tours

This season's Langley Walking Tours with local historian Bob Waterman got off to a good, albeit slightly rainy, start. The hour and a half tour began with an explanation of Langley's origins at the Museum, followed by a walking tour. Tickets are available for final...

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Langley Historic Walking Tours in July

Langley Historic Walking Tours in July

Think you know Langley? Take one of these walking tours led by local historian Bob Waterman and find out just how much more there is to the story. In this two-hour small group tour, you'll learn about the early days and subsequent changes to our historical waterfront...

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