Olympic Peninsula News Group

Peninsula College hosts student-led dramas

Peninsula College’s drama production students have selected a pair of wild plays to stage for their student-led productions. The Drama Class Spring… Continue reading

Annual torch run to raise dollars for Special Olympics

A special time of the year sees state law enforcement officials again raising awareness and funds for Special Olympics. Each year, officers from all agencies… Continue reading

Community scavenger hunt a learning experience

A trip to the grocery store isn’t just for bread, bananas and milk anymore. The North Olympic Library System is working with the… Continue reading

Trespass at Sequim High School leads to brief lockdown

Sequim High School went on lockdown briefly Thursday morning after a man with a trespass warning appeared on campus looking for his son.… Continue reading

NOLS eyes Sequim expansion, sets community discussion

A proposed expansion of the Sequim Library could go before voters this November depending on a special meeting of the North Olympic Library… Continue reading

Science Café examines prepping for ‘The Big One’

Scientists and Pacific Northwest residents alike are concerned about the possibility of a massive earthquake and the resulting damage. The next Sequim Science… Continue reading

A celebration of water: NorthWest Women’s Chorale sets Sequim, Port Angeles spring concerts

A celebration of water in song, the NorthWest Women’s Chorale will present “Wade in the Watah,” its spring concert, in Sequim and… Continue reading

Innovative arts, crafts fair highlights festival’s first weekend

With the theme of reusability, repurpose and recycling, the Sequim Irrigation Festival Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair comes to the Sequim Civic Center… Continue reading

Sequim City Band sets ‘To The Heights’ concert for Sunday

The Sequim City Band invites the community to soar “To The Heights” with its first outdoor concert of the season 3 p.m. Sunday.… Continue reading

Guild donation helps Fire District 3 purchase AEDs

Some kind hearts in the Sequim community are helping improve the chances their neighbors survive heart problems. Clallam County Fire District 3 announced… Continue reading

Spotlight on managing stress at May 9 wellness forum

Dr. Joshua Jones presents “Do You Have a Plan To Cope with Stress? Let’s Make One” at the next WOW! Working on Wellness… Continue reading

Composting, recycling classes offered at Port Angeles Library

The Clallam County Waste Prevention Program and Clallam County Washington State University Extension host a five-class series to teach local citizens to… Continue reading

Sequim Bay State Park work expected to affect recreational crabbing, boating this summer

Washington State Parks has announced that the boat launch and parking area at Sequim Bay State Park will be closed for at least… Continue reading

Sequim students to showcase films, artwork in 13th annual fest and show

The 13th annual Sequim Education Foundation’s Student Film Festival and Art Show are tonight. The festival will begin at 7 p.m. at the… Continue reading

Shoreline erosion workshop set for May 5 in Sequim

Clallam County shoreline landowners are invited to attend a free coastal process and erosion management workshop May 5. Registration is required. To register,… Continue reading

Peninsula College sets full slate of events for Earth Week 2018

A week of activities to bring environmental awareness to students at Peninsula College is the focus of the Associated Student Council’s Earth… Continue reading

Sequim church hosts Port Angeles high-schoolers for Music Live with Lunch

This month’s Music Live with Lunch at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will host two award-winning teen musicians from Port Angeles. Pianist Emma Weller… Continue reading

Sequim city manager selected for Harvard Senior Executive Program

The International City/County Management Association has announced that Sequim City Manager Charlie Bush is the recipient of a full tuition scholarship to attend… Continue reading

First half property taxes due April 30

Taxpayers in Clallam and Jefferson counties have until Monday, April 30, to pay their first half property taxes for 2018. Property tax payments must be… Continue reading

Black Bear Diner gets Founder’s Award

Sequim’s Black Bear Diner now has bragging rights for restaurant of the year among the other 108 restaurant locations nationwide. Bret and Trish… Continue reading