OTA calls for three-dimensional art to celebrate community’s talent

Olympic Theatre Arts is seeking donations of original works of art in three dimensions to be featured in its annual fundraiser that this… Continue reading

Poet to speak at Sequim’s Fourth Friday Readings

Port Angeles writer Teya Priest Johnston is the guest speaker at tonight’s Fourth Friday Readings. The free readings will begin at 6:15 p.m.… Continue reading

Six venues on Clallam Farm Tour on Saturday

The Clallam County Farm Tour returns in full for its 21st year this weekend after a one-year hiatus. Six venues will be open from 10… Continue reading

Spirituals, African rhythms performed in Sequim tonight

The African Children’s Choir will perform in Sequim tonight. The young vocalists from Uganda performed familiar children’s songs, traditional spirituals and gospel favorites… Continue reading

PHOTO: A calm day on the water off Cline Spit

A fishing boat floats on the placid waters of Dungeness Bay after tending nets near Cline Spit on Tuesday north of Sequim. Dry conditions accompanied… Continue reading

PHOTO: Birding on Dungeness Bay

Jim Beneteau of Arlington watches birds over Dungeness Bay against a backdrop of the New Dungeness Lighthouse on Tuesday in the Three Crabs area of… Continue reading

PHOTO: Sequim Homecoming royalty crowned

Sequim High School celebrates its 2018 Homecoming Royalty on Friday. They include: king Tommy Hall and queen Ashley Rosales, prince Liam Payne and princess Emily… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: Friendly tools save your knees, clothing

TODAY IS THE FIRST full day of fall and autumn is the busiest time of the year for gardening chores. The myriad of things to… Continue reading

Madison Smith paints a stall in the girls room Tuesday afternoon at Crossroads High School in Granite Falls on September 11, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

The writing on the stalls: Students paint messages of hope

Crossroads High School students decorated the school’s restroom stalls with images and quotes.

  • Sep 24, 2018
Madison Smith paints a stall in the girls room Tuesday afternoon at Crossroads High School in Granite Falls on September 11, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

BIRD WATCH: See more birds by the sea shore

especially the dogs. A bleached log was lying on the tide line. Left… Continue reading

HELP LINE: It’s OK for your parents to be ‘stubborn’

I TALK TO a lot of people. Well more to the point, a lot of people talk to me. One of the subjects that a… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: Working together, a bridge is built

T’WAS A MUDDY mess on a trail in a Jefferson Country park soon to be open to equestrians that fueled Bob Hoyle’s desire to build… Continue reading

PENINSULA KITCHEN: Many mushrooms make mouths moisten

IT’S MUSHROOM SEASON and fervent foragers are finding fungi fruiting in the forests. We are uniquely blessed here on the Olympic Peninsula to have a… Continue reading

Spaghetti dinner, drag racing among upcoming Peninsula attractions

A spaghetti dinner, drag racing in Forks and pancakes in Joyce are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is available… Continue reading

2018 Battle of the Books gets underway in October

Battle of the Books, a year-long collaborative project between the North Olympic Library System and schools from across Clallam County, kicks off this October. All… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: Kale, kale, the gang’s all here

SINCE FALL WILL arrive on the Peninsula this coming Saturday at 6:54 p.m., its warm and earthy tones are now starting to appear in your… Continue reading

African Children’s Choir to sing in Port Angeles, Sequim

The young vocalists are making their way across the West Coast, singing for a better life for themselves and their fellow Ugandans thousands of miles… Continue reading

BACK WHEN: Grant Street School, built for Port Townsend, no longer exists

GRANT STREET GRADE School has disappeared. The 61-year-old building was demolished soon after its last students were dismissed for summer vacation last June. Its former… Continue reading

BIRD WATCH: Liven up a long drive with birding

A LONG DRIVE awaits you if Spokane is your destination. Many travelers look upon this adventure as long and boring torture. I never have. Think… Continue reading

HELP LINE: What to expect with the new Medicare cards

WE’VE BEEN HERE before, but I see that with the growing level of noise about new Medicare cards there is also a growing level of… Continue reading