Sequim Irrigation Festival crowns its 2019 royalty

The royalty is crowned, the kickoff is near and the Sequim Irrigation Festival is almost off to another year as… Continue reading

Kilmer discusses Inslee, climate change during Peninsula visit

Gov. Jay Inslee is at the top of U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer’s list for president, the 26th District representative said… Continue reading

City OKs 57 new homes on Hendrickson Road

Work has began on a new housing development geared toward seniors called Cameron Village at the southeast corner of Kendall… Continue reading

Teacher, Sequim School District settle discrimination lawsuit

Middle school teacher and former Athletic Director Autumn St. George has settled her 2018 federal lawsuit against the Sequim School… Continue reading

Sequim grads ‘Flip or Flop Vegas’ returns for season 3

Update: “Flip or Flop Vegas” premeires at 9 p.m. Thursday, March 21, and continues weekly for its season. Sequim grad… Continue reading

Dungeness River Center Board members celebrate the 25th anniversary of its incorporation as a nonprofit organization. Pictured are (back row, from left) education coordinator Jenna Ziogas, Neil Harrington, Vita Olson, Sara Cendeja-Zarelli, Alissa Lofstrom, Shirley Anderson, president Greg Voyles, vice president Dennis Dickson, director Powell Jones, Carl Siver, Darcy McNamara, treasurer Wanda Schneider, administrative manager Vanessa Fuller, Annette Nesse and Bob Phreaner, with (front row, from left) Lyn Muench, Annette Hanson, secretary Ann Sargent and Ken Weirsma. Photo courtesy of Dungeness River Audubon Center

Dungeness River Audubon Center at 25: Educational center marks quarter-century of cooperation, accomplishments

As we mark the 25th anniversary of the Dungeness River Audubon Center being incorporated as a nonprofit, its volunteer board… Continue reading

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Sequim grad takes ‘American Idol’ stage

Another Sequim grad is making sound waves on the airwaves with his unique vocal styles. Kalan Wolfe, a 29-year-old singer/songwriter Continue reading...

The wilds and wonders of NW Canada and Alaska

Traveler’s Journal When: 7 p.m., Thursday, March 21 Where: Guy Cole Event Center, 202 N. Blake Ave. Cost: Suggested $5 Continue reading...

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Myers to read from new novel at Fourth Friday Readings

Local author Linda B. Myers will read from her newest historical novel at the next Fourth Friday Readings, starting at Continue reading...


New owner loves vibe of Hardy’s Market

Hardy’s Market New owner: Jazzy Chana Location: 10200 Old Olympic Highway Hours: 6 a.m.-9 p.m. Contact: 360-582-0240 “We want everybody… Continue reading

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InsideOut earns Vendor of the Year honor from Dude Ranch Association

InsideOut Solutions recently received the 2019 Vendor of the Year Award from the Dude Ranchers’ Association at the group’s recent… Continue reading



A&E briefs — March 20, 2019

Authors to speak at 1 of a Kind Gallery 1 of a Kind Gallery hosts Olympic Peninsula Authors for an… Continue reading

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Milestone: Civil Air Patrol members give squadron a boost

Civil Air Patrol’s Olympic Peninsula unit, Dungeness Composite Squadron, recently offered its thanks to two members for a large and… Continue reading


Domestic violence IS preventable: July 21’s Refuse To Abuse 5k is a unique run/walk through every level of Safeco Field, from the players’ tunnel to the final lap around the field.

LifeWire provides a lifeline for woman fleeing abuse

Refuse to Abuse 5K at Safeco Field raises funds and awareness to fight domestic violence


Top Komen Race for the Cure fundraisers Heidi May, left, and Laura Mendoza. Mendoza was the No. 1 overall fundraiser for 2017 and May was the No. 1 survivor fundraiser. Photo by Scott Eklund/Red Box Pictures

‘Pink Sisterhood’ unites to Race for the Cure

Walk, run, volunteer or donate to create life-saving change in the fight against breast cancer



Guest opinion: Gov. Inslee flexes political muscle in drive for clean air legislation

In 2015, after another session without procuring a key weapon in his climate change fighting strategy, Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee Continue reading...