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NOLS to host virtual book talks in January

A new year brings about a new round of virtual literary talks from the North Olympic Library System. NOLS hosts four Book Discussion Group meetings… Continue reading

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Peninsula College to host National Poet Laureate Harjo in virtual meeting

Joy Harjo, National Poet Laureate, author and acclaimed musician, will read poetry and join in conversation with students from the First Nations Club at Peninsula… Continue reading


Sequim’s COVID-19 timeline

Clallam County’s first confirmed COVID-19 case was identified March 18, 2020. Since then, the county has recorded 773 confirmed cases and four deaths, with 32,439… Continue reading


Sound Publishing re-launches local business stimulus grant program

Sound Publishing has launched a local stimulus program to help businesses adapt in a rapidly evolving economic environment. Based in Everett, Sound is the publisher… Continue reading

VHOCC to host online, in-person volunteer orientations

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County (VHOCC) is offering community orientations, open to anyone seeking to learn more about hospice or curious about volunteering. From 11… Continue reading

Olympic Medical Center lauds patient experience staff members

Five Olympic Medical Center staffers were recognized as Patient Experience Champions at a recent board of commissioners meeting. Healthcare workers nominate their peers for the… Continue reading

Panel to share stories of historical resilience

A panel of five local leaders and historians will share stories of historical resilience in Clallam County at the monthly Leadership Committee Meeting of the… Continue reading

Peninsula Singers hosting virtual holiday concert

The Peninsula Singers present a Holiday Virtual Cabaret that began on Christmas Day and will continue for several weeks through the new year. Access the… Continue reading


Toastmasters to kick off 2021 with stories, humor

Though the group will continue to meet virtually for now — a carry-over from 2020 — the Skwim Toastmasters group looks to make a fresh… Continue reading


Conservation district to host pollinator webinar

Clallam Conservation District is offering a webinar on improving habitat for bees, butterflies, hummingbirds and other pollinators from 2-3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 5. Register… Continue reading


Creative Sequim collaborators to exhibit ‘Power of Art’

Blue Whole Gallery kicks off the new year with “Power of Art,” a new exhibit of fine art pieces of jewelry by three artists and… Continue reading


Fire damages Sequim-area home

A fire that originated from the flue pipe of a wood burning stove spread into a home and caused about $60,000 worth of damage to… Continue reading


Milestone: Sequim Bay Yacht Club’s quilt auction nets $1,975 for volunteer hospice

Unable to host its annual Reach and Row for Hospice regatta in 2020, the Sequim Bay Yacht Club kept its tradition of supporting Volunteer Hospice… Continue reading


OMC Foundation announces fundraising, house donation

The OMC Foundation more than $21,000 to Olympic Medical Center and announced the gift of a house donation adjacent to the OMC campus in Port… Continue reading

Peninsula College sets star lineup for online vocal class

Peninsula College vocal music instructor Elaine Gardner-Morales looks to bring world-class clinicians into online classes to work directly with students this winter quarter. The lineup… Continue reading


Peninsula libraries to host Trivia Nights

The North Olympic Library System invites adults to join library staff for Trivia Nights on Zoom. Participants can play on one’s own or make a… Continue reading


Regional 4-H groups offer We Connect Global Citizenship project

Clallam County 4-H is joining Jefferson County 4-H, Kitsap County 4-H, San Juan County 4-H and Whatcom County 4-H to offer the We Connect Global… Continue reading

Sequim boating group sets 2021 online courses

The America’s Boating Club of the North Olympic Peninsula (ABC of NOP) invites the community to join members for a wide variety of courses from… Continue reading


Sequim City Council proclaims 2021 as ‘The Year of Kindness’

Sequim City Council members approved a proclamation naming 2021 “The Year of Kindness” at their Dec. 14 meeting. The proclamation stated the social and economic… Continue reading


Staying safe in Olympic National Forest this winter

Olympic National Forest managers remind visitors to stay safe and be prepared for possible inclement weather conditions, as well as potentially slippery and narrow roads… Continue reading