Wire Service

A&E briefs — Sept. 16, 2020

OPAS sets book club event; OPAA has virtual art show-sale, meeting; ‘Flora Ludmilla’ starts Sept. 22


Community news briefs — Sept. 16, 2020

What’s happening in the Sequim area


Guest column: Lessons from COVID-19

Sequim resident reflects on lessons learned from a COVID-19 scare


Guest opinion: Pivot plan is critical for small business survival

Entrepreneurs and small business owners are resilient; that’s never been truer than the past 6 months

Letters to the Editor — Sept. 16, 2020

Letters to the Editor, Sept. 16, 2020

Milestone: Olympic Peninsula Humane Society gets donation

Peninsula Pet Cremation makes donation to Olympic Peninsula Humane Society

Milestone: Sequim couple celebrates 66th wedding anniversary

John and Bert (Albertha) McArthur celebrated their 66th wedding anniversary Sept. 11, 2020.

Obituaries — Sept. 16, 2020

Obituaries — Sept. 16, 2020

Out-of-tree tree frog

Contributor Mary Marsh spots this tree frog hanging out on her porch in early September.

Parenting In Focus: Ways to discipline

It isn’t easy to know if you should be disciplining a young person or what behavior you should ignore

Police blotter — Sept. 16, 2020

Police, sheriff calls for Sept. 8-14

What’s Happening at the Market: Herbal healing through Old World Salves

Old World Salves has already generated a loyal following for an array of healing herbal salves

Olympic Peninsula Back-to-School Photo Contest!

Submit photos through Sept. 13; vote for favorites Sept. 14-20

Bird Tales: The shorebird’s tale

Shorebirds, who have long migrations, must stop and refuel, building up fat to fuel their journeys

Community scoreboard — Sept. 9, 2020

Recent golf scores from The Cedars at Dungeness, Sunland Golf & Country Club

A&E briefs — Sept. 9, 2020

The Port Angeles Fine Arts Center hosts “Undersea Garden: A Voyage Of Wonder Imagination”

Guest opinion: Washington state lawmakers shouldn’t put off dealing with state budget issues

When the coronavirus swept our state this year, Washingtonians got to work.