Olympic Peninsula News Group

Two generations of Van De Weges in Olympia

It was a father and son combo in Olympia earlier this month, as Jackson Van De Wege served as page in the state… Continue reading

 

Olympic Discovery Trail, Spruce Railroad Trail projects are topic of March 21 talk

Rich James, Clallam County transportation manager, will discuss the Olympic Discovery Trail and Spruce Railroad Trail projects and trailhead improvements at 7… Continue reading

 

Rocks, gems, jewelry in the spotlight as spring show set this weekend

A feast for the eyes for rock hounds is planned this weekend at the spring 2019 Rock, Gem & Jewelry Show. The… Continue reading

 

Salmon Coalition earns 2019 Out Standing in the Field honor

The North Olympic Salmon Coalition will receive this year’s Out Standing in the Field Award from North Olympic Land Trust at the… Continue reading

Sequim Community Orchestra performs Winter Concert tonight

The Sequim Community Orchestra will kick off its 2019 season with the eighth annual Winter Concert at 7 tonight. The concert will be… Continue reading

Tufted Puffins in spotlight at OPAS meeting

John Platt and Ajay Varma will present “The Private Aleutian World of Tufted Puffins” at the Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society meeting at 7… Continue reading

Master Gardener to discuss cultivating culinary herbs

WSU Master Gardener Sally Tysver will share tips for bringing 12 fresh culinary herbs from the garden to the kitchen at the… Continue reading

Prevention, treatment of osteoporosis examined at next Sequim Science Café

Dr. Carolyn DeSalvo will present “The Prevention and Treatment of Osteoporosis” at the next Sequim Science Café, set for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. The… Continue reading

Buttercup Lane plans musical trip for Music Live

Organizers are pushing on with Music Live at One this month after snow postponed February’s show to May. Buttercup Lane will perform at… Continue reading

Mountain biker to tell of ‘the ultimate single track experience’

Traveler’s Journal gathering slated for Thursday in Sequim

Sequim superintendent passed over for Hockinson administrator position

Sequim School District superintendent Gary Neal isn’t leaving his position just yet. Neal, one of four finalists for the superintendent position at Hockinson… Continue reading

Neal is featured speaker at genealogical society meeting

The Clallam County Genealogical Society will host fishing guide/newspaper columnist Pat Neal at the group’s next meeting, set for 10 a.m. to noon… Continue reading

Rose-pruning tips offered at Work to Learn party

Rose pruning will be the topic of the Work to Learn demonstration at 1 p.m. Saturday. Lee Bowen, Sequim Botanical Garden Society vice… Continue reading

SSNW donates security equipment to Sequim Food Bank

The Sequim Food Bank has received a boost in its security system from Security Services Northwest Inc. following a series of burglaries, attempted… Continue reading

Sequim’s Phoenix Riders claim Book Wars title

The Phoenix Riders were up for this reading challenge. A team of four Sequim Middle School students emerged as the top team in the North… Continue reading

Serenity House Thrift Store in Sequim to celebrate annex opening Saturday

Serenity House Thrift Store plans a grand opening of its Designer Showcase and Bedroom Annex at noon Saturday. The grand opening will be… Continue reading

‘The Inside Story’ of birds presented at series

The Backyard Birding series will continue at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Dungeness River Audubon Center at Railroad Bridge Park. Shirley Anderson and… Continue reading

Green the theme for Sequim First Friday Art Walk

Three “Barn Sisters” from Rock Hollow Farm will be in town for Sequim’s First Friday Art Walk today. Lynne Armstrong will open her… Continue reading

History Tales to feature ‘The lost canoe’

Priscilla Hudson, historian of the Sequim Prairie Garden Club, will talk about “The Lost Canoe” at the Clallam County Historical Society’s History… Continue reading

Speaker series ‘Edge of the Sea’ talk reset for Thursday

Ian Miller, coastal hazard specialist with the Washington Sea Grant, will present “The Edge of the Sea: Scales of Change on Olympic… Continue reading