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The Rotary Club of Sequim recently awarded an adaptive tricycle to Rodney Torres, a 7-year-old local youth who has special needs. Rotarians say Torres was… Continue reading
This tribute to veterans is coming a bit early. General George Washington and a Continental soldier bring their 18th-century stories and messages to Sequim youths… Continue reading
Submit photos through Oct. 18; vote for your favorites Oct. 19-24
Writers group set to meet Oct. 15 via Zoom The Olympic Peninsula Christian Writers Group meets the third Thursday of the month. October’s meeting is… Continue reading
Passing by ponds in Sequim this week, have you noticed more duck tails? Dabbling ducks tip down head first with their tails pointing up in… Continue reading
It is time to plant bulbs!
Board members of the Helen Haller Elementary Parent-Teacher Organization celebrate a successful shred event on Oct. 10. The group, along with volunteers, raised $2,727 to… Continue reading
Dr. Joshua Jones recognized seven OMP staff members for adapting to COVID-19 pandemic challenges.
The Clallam County Board of Commissioners announced on Oct. 6 its participation and proclamation of National Disability Employment Awareness Month. The purpose of National Disability… Continue reading
North Olympic History Center awards 2020 Hands on History Scholarships
Olympic Medical Center honors even employees for their efforts to address the COVID-19 pandemic
Seven decades after building his first boat, David Hough was at it again — using some unexpected downtime to revisit his nautical interests amidst the… Continue reading
Kim Sager-Fradkin, the wildlife program manager for the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, is the featured speaker at the next Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society meeting, set… Continue reading
I am a strong believer in the importance of teaching your child to enjoy books. Books are one of the best gifts you can give… Continue reading
There will be no ceremony at the U.S. Coast Guard base on Veterans Day. Because of restrictions from the pandemic and the large crowd that… Continue reading
The Port Angeles Fine Arts Center’s first virtual benefit event kicked off on Oct. 10 with a week-long campaign focusing on The Light Side of… Continue reading
Thanks to a donation to the Peninsula Friends of Animals, owners of 11 pets were able to take advantage of a spay/neuter clinic on Sept.… Continue reading
October may be the time to start cleaning the garden, but a good gardener is always planning ahead.