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Big Blue, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula bus, took Club members through Port Angeles’ Fourth of July parade this year. Submitted photos

Boys & Girls Club: Schools Out, we’re in – Week 3

Maybe you saw “Big Blue” as we affectionately call our bus in Port Angeles’ Fourth of July parade. The 70-passenger bus primarily provides transportation for… Continue reading

Big Blue, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula bus, took Club members through Port Angeles’ Fourth of July parade this year. Submitted photos

City to stop, revise park host program

Carrie Blake Park hosts done by Sept. 30

Driftwood Art show ready for Lavender Weekend

For the 11th year, members of the Olympic Driftwood Sculptors host their annual show during Lavender Weekend. Artists share art pieces from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.… Continue reading

Library, firefighters help spray summer rain away at storytime

A little rain didn’t stop dozens of children from taking the chance to shoot a firehose after the North Olympic Library System’s Firefighter Storytime. Patti… Continue reading

Veteran Master Gardener Bob Cain speaks at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 20 at the Master Gardener Demonstration Garden on winter vegetable gardens. Submitted photo

Master Gardeners help you prepare fall/winter veggies

Washington State University Master Gardener Bob Cain will discuss the soil preparation, planting timetables and variety selection to enhance your fall and winter vegetable garden… Continue reading

Veteran Master Gardener Bob Cain speaks at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 20 at the Master Gardener Demonstration Garden on winter vegetable gardens. Submitted photo

Oak Table owner remembered as ‘kind and gentle soul’

Celebration of Life set for Billy Nagler, 67, Friday night at Boys & Girls Club

Sequim Lavender Weekend set for July 19-21

Farmers, organizers share picturesque scenes of lavender

Students clean Carrie Blake Park for funds for exchange program

Before stepping on international soil this fall, some local teens did a good job representing their community and country in their hometown. Incoming ninth graders… Continue reading

Sunbonnet Sues set 33rd Quilt Club for July 19-21

Sequim show features Karen Clatanoff

Tribe sets forum for proposed treatment center

Health services director looks to dispel rumors

Community members rally at city against MAT facility

Sequim staff say no proposal before council, planning commission

Fire destroys Dungeness Meadows home

An electronic fire likely started a double-wide mobile home on fire July 4 in the Dungeness Meadows development. Crews with Clallam County Fire District 3… Continue reading

Fire District 3 looks to renew EMS levy this November

Clallam County Fire District 3’s leaders will ask voters to renew a 10-year Emergency Medical Services property tax levy in the Nov. 5 election. Fire… Continue reading

Friends from afar: ‘Immigrant Garden’ runs two weekends at OTA

“The Immigrant Garden - Letters” When: 7:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday, July 12-13, 19-20; 2 p.m. Sunday, July 14 and 21 Where: Olympic Theatre Arts, 414 N.… Continue reading

Verbatim: Jonathan and Kenda Simonson

Couple shares about their time selling fireworks

Washington Lavender extends its festival experience to 10 days

Washington Lavender Festival Where: 965 Finn Hall Road, Port Angeles (halfway between Sequim, Port Angeles) When: July 12-21 Cost: Free to attend Includes: Vendors, food,… Continue reading

City Roundup: Sequim to add 150 solar panels, electric car chargers

In the last month, Sequim city council has discussed an array of issues ranging from solar energy projects to waste management to humanitarian efforts. Here… Continue reading

Construction continues in Sequim with Fir Street

For 900-plus days, Sequim has been under construction — and that trend doesn’t look to change in 2020. City of Sequim staff recently revealed several… Continue reading

De-toured: Tourist bus stuck at lavender farm

A tourist group got an extended stay at the B&B Family Farm, 5883 Old Olympic Highway, on June 26 when their Freedom Tours NW, Inc.… Continue reading

First cut of the season: Lavender harvest begins in Sequim

Lavender season is upon us as local lavender farms begin to harvest the first plants of the year. At the B&B Family Farm, 5883 Old… Continue reading