Olympic Peninsula News Group

Holistic Health Fair in Sequim set for Saturday

The new nonprofit Awakening Natural Awareness group will host a Holistic Health Fair from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday at the Guy… Continue reading

Birders registering now for Olympic BirdFest

Registrations for field trips offered by the 15th annual Olympic BirdFest set Friday through next Sunday continue to pour in, according to Coordinator… Continue reading

Colorado man sentenced for fatal crash

A Mancos, Colo., man has been sentenced to two years in prison for a high-speed crash last July that killed Robert Streett,… Continue reading

OTA plans auditions for ‘Leaving Iowa’

Olympic Theatre Arts in Sequim has announced open auditions for the play “Leaving Iowa,” a comedy about family vacations. Auditions will be held… Continue reading

The Sequim Community Christmas Chorus recently made a $1,500 donation to the Sequim Community Orchestra’s String Kids program.

Sequim Community Christmas Chorus makes donation to SCO String Kids Program

The Sequim Community Orchestra is the recipient of a $1,500 donation from the Sequim Community Christmas Chorus. This is the second year that… Continue reading

The Sequim Community Christmas Chorus recently made a $1,500 donation to the Sequim Community Orchestra’s String Kids program.

Rep. Kilmer, Peninsula College to hold Student Town Hall

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer has teamed up with the Peninsula College Associated Student Council for a Student Town Hall at 5 p.m.… Continue reading

Port Angeles students win in 2018 Battle of the Books competition

The Bookworms, a team of home-schooled students from Port Angeles, took top honors in the county-wide Battle of the Books Competition. The… Continue reading

Registration taken now for Washington Coast Cleanup set for April 21

Registration is open now for the annual Washington Coast Cleanup set this year for April 21. Volunteers can sign up to clean specific beaches, and… Continue reading

Sequim Rotary donates dictionaries

Rotary Club of Sequim has given more than 220 dictionaries to all fourth-grade students in the Sequim School District. The February donation was… Continue reading

Free tax preparation continues at Shipley Center

IRS-certified AARP Tax-Aide volunteers continue to prepare and electronically file tax returns at several venues on the North Olympic Peninsula. The tax preparation service is… Continue reading

Green Thumb Series explores tropical fruits

Clallam County Master Gardener Bev Morrow will talk about how to grow and maintain various types of tropical fruits and plants in… Continue reading

Camp Beausite NW opens registration for summer activities

Registration is now open for week-long overnight summer camp sessions at Camp Beausite NW in Chimacum. The camp is for people from 6… Continue reading

Forks Old-Fashioned Fourth of July Committee selects design

The Forks Old-Fashioned Fourth of July Committee has chosen a design for the holiday’s button. The design is by Donald Gilbrech, 49, who… Continue reading

Sequim students walk out for gun control

About 100 students gathered outside the front of Sequim High School for 17 minutes to support the National School Walkout scheduled at 10… Continue reading

Forks City Council considers measure to allow shooting of elk

Some of the elk that wander into Forks might be living on borrowed time. Tonight, the Forks City Council will consider an ordinance… Continue reading

OMC only hospital in state to receive national award

For the second year in a row, The Chartis Center for Rural Health recognized Olympic Medical Center as one of the Top… Continue reading

Events set to promote Oil Spill Preparedness Month

The Clallam Marine Resources Committee and its partners will offer three activities during March 2018 — Oil Spill Preparedness Month. The first… Continue reading

Hattie and Hazel: Two extraordinary women

“A Conversation with Hattie McDaniel” and “Hazel Speaks!” — two one-act plays written, produced and directed by Rebecca Redshaw — are set for… Continue reading

Spring genealogy seminar to feature popular presenter

Janet O’Conor Camarata is the featured speaker at the Genealogical Society of Clallam County’s spring seminar “Location, Location, Location!” scheduled for Saturday. The… Continue reading

Master Gardener to give tips on ‘salsa gardens’

Elaine Webber, a WSU Clallam County Master Gardener, will provide tips for growing ingredients for fresh salsa at noon today. The presentation… Continue reading