Perseverance in purple: Sequim’s Lavender Weekend sees strong crowds

“This is our first time on the Olympic Peninsula,” said one Seattle couple at Fleurish Lavender of Lost Mountain. “We… Continue reading


Poker run to help peninsula woman with cancer treatment costs

A poker run is scheduled for Sunday, July 25, to help Nancy Merrigan of Port Angeles with medical costs due… Continue reading

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Clallam County man in 70s dies of COVID-19

A Clallam County man in his 70s has died from COVID-19 after he had been hospitalized due to complications from… Continue reading


OPAS raises funds to save swans, bury power lines

By almost any measurable, the trumpeter swan is impressive. The heaviest and longest native bird of North America, it dons… Continue reading

Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney Bill Nichols, left, talks about a proposed mental health court program accompanied by District Court Judge Dave Neupert on July 13 at the Clallam County Courthouse in Port Angeles. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Clallam County mental health court favored

Clallam County officials are moving forward with establishing the 16th mental health court in the state of Washington by Dec.… Continue reading


Berry named health officer for both Clallam, Jefferson counties

Dr. Allison Berry is now the public health officer for both Clallam and Jefferson counties. Former Jefferson County Health Officer… Continue reading


Recession Profit Secrets Review: Is It Worth Buying or Scam?

Recession Profit Secrets is an intricate system meant to enable its users to generate large sums of money while safeguarding… Continue reading

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Milestone: Sequim World War II veteran turns 100

Allen Sill, a U.S. Navy and World War II veteran and Sequim resident, was honored recently in recognition of his Continue reading...

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Parking Lot Piper Plays Outside Cedarbrook Lavender

Erik Evans, the “Parking Lot Piper,” has been playing the bagpipes in parking lots and commercial outdoor spaces to bring Continue reading...

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Bounty of burgers await at Shadowline Burgers and Brews

John Zemla has always loved a good burger. As a boy he traveled the country with his dad and his Continue reading...

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Jeff Brown’s Private Money Revolution Review – Is It Legit?

In a recent presentation, investor Jeff Brown introduced a battle of the finances between governments and the unexpected social media Continue reading...

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Community news briefs — July 21, 2021

Clallam County health sets downgrade to shellfish harvesting Discovery Bay is closed to all species for recreational shellfish harvesting, county… Continue reading

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Snowpack depleted in Olympics: No water shortage now, but situation could change

The snow has melted from the Olympic Mountains. That’s normal for this time of year, but officials are starting to… Continue reading



Dandy at 25: Dandelion Botanical at home in Sequim

Dandelion Botanical Company marks its one-year anniversary in Sequim this month, and its 25th year in existence. Proprietor Kachi Cassinelli Continue reading...

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Water column: Drought, again

Last week our Dungeness and Elwha watersheds were added to the list of river basins with emergency drought declared. The Continue reading...


Kris Johnson is president of the Association of Washington Business, the state’s chamber of commerce and manufacturers association.

Guest opinion: Labor shortage emerges as major issue for employers

What a difference a year makes. As Washington state emerges from the pandemic, one of the biggest challenges facing many Continue reading...

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