Olympic Peninsula News Group

2019 Book Wars Final Competition set for today

The 2019 Book Wars Final Competition that had been set for today at the Port Angeles Library has been rescheduled to 6:30… Continue reading

College hosts Alumni Appreciation Night on Saturday

The Peninsula College Pirates will celebrate their annual Alumni Appreciation Night when men’s and women’s basketball squads take on Edmonds in a… Continue reading

Extreme weather topic of Science Café

Angela Rowe will talk about a study into Argentina’s weather patterns that feature some of the most intense storms in the world at… Continue reading

Sequim man accused of child rape, molestation

Lynn G. Johnson, a registered sex offender, has $350,000 set for bail

Olympic Theatre Arts’ ‘Death of a Salesman’ in rehearsal

Olympic Theatre Arts’ February production of Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” is in rehearsal. “We didn’t know what we were going to… Continue reading

Art with heart during red-themed First Friday Art Walk

You need art to have heart — that’s the theme of tonight’s art walk in Sequim. During the First Friday Art Walk, downtown… Continue reading

History Tales to feature the history of Sappho

Carol Evanoff and other residents of Sappho will talk about the town’s history at the Clallam County Historical Society’s History Tales presentation… Continue reading

Jazz dinner-dance set for Saturday

New school will meet old school at the the annual Jazz Dinner Dance on Saturday. The Stardust Big Band will once again join… Continue reading

Olympic Medical Center gets 18th consecutive clean state audit

Olympic Medical Center in Port Angeles has received a clean audit for the 18th consecutive year, OMC officials said. The state Auditor’s… Continue reading

Blueberries: Pruning for productivity

Want a better blueberry harvest? If so, think about pruning your blueberries this winter, said Master Gardeners. “Pruning is critical to blueberry… Continue reading

Local expert tells how to make sourdough

Victoria Redhead Miller, author of “From No-knead to Sourdough: A Simpler Approach to Handmade Bread,” will present “Make Your Own Sourdough” at two… Continue reading

Drennan & Ford kicks off ninth ‘Operation Valentine’ program

Drennan & Ford Funeral Home and Crematory has started its ninth annual “Operation Valentine” collection program — a project encouraging students, teachers,… Continue reading

Washington Poet Laureate to kick off Foothills Writers Series

Claudia Castro Luna, a Seattle-based poet, teacher and Washington State Poet Laureate, will read from her work at 12:35 p.m. Friday. The… Continue reading

Clallam County ask for input on regional emergencies

Emergency staff with the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office are updating a plan to handle hazards and dangers on the Olympic Peninsula, and… Continue reading

Peninsula College offering $100K in scholarships

Beginning Tuesday, the Peninsula College Foundation will offer more than $100,000 in scholarships to students attending Peninsula College for the 2019-20 school… Continue reading

Tourism project grant funds available throughout 2019

The Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau is seeking applications for qualified tourism project grants, primarily targeted to off-peak season activities within Clallam County.… Continue reading

Family, deputies searching for missing Sequim woman

The Clallam County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Heather Tegerdine of Sequim. Deputies say Tegerdine, who suffers from… Continue reading

Clallam County deputies begin carrying overdose antidote

The Clallam County Sheriff’s Office is the most recent law enforcement agency on the North Olympic Peninsula to carry naloxone — a… Continue reading

Sequim’s ‘Whodunnit’ winner announced

Pamela Newman of Sequim was the winner of the “Whodunnit Downtown? — The Case of the Mistaken Tin Foil Hat” mystery contest during… Continue reading