A GROWING CONCERN: See Gardens of the World all in one place

AFTER THIS WEEK of snow, more snow, then slush along with more snow, I am sure you are ready for a break. I have just… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Beware: The Promise could kill you

ONE OF MY many totally unrelated and utterly fragmented theories about life on planet Earth is what I call “Listen to the Day.” It just… Continue reading

Avalanche lecture, self-defense seminar, green crabs among the upcoming activities

EDITOR’S NOTE: The date has been corrected for the lecture on S’Klallam hunting in Blyn. An avalanche lecture, a self-defense seminar and a presentation about… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Finding our light through service to needy

THIS WEEK’S TORAH portion continues telling the story of the Jews’ journey through the wilderness. They have received instructions on the building of the sanctuary… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: ‘Snow’ what you’re doing in the garden

AND BANG, JUST like that: It’s winter on the Olympic Peninsula. It really looks and feels like winter. Being from Wisconsin, born and raised, I… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Remember to express love to those you love

MY BEST FRIEND and I have a large, wrought iron sign on our wall that says, “indulge.” Sometimes, I take that to heart. This is… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: When Gypsy met Porsche

Mini-horse becomes companion for French Warmblood horse

THE COOKING HOBBYIST: Winter advice: Let the slow cooker do the work

I THINK MY slow cooker might be the dinner chef I’ve always wanted and have never been able to afford. Let me explain. I think… Continue reading

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

Dragon Dance, tree talks, feeding octopus on tap this week across the North Olympic Peninsula

The annual Dragon Dance, talks about cedar trees and an octopus feeding time are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Putting God’s plans ahead of your own expectations

IT CAN BE a rather scary leap approaching God. What does that mean, approaching God? You’re putting out feelers, seeing and wondering if he exists,… Continue reading

Six set for 124th Irrigation Festival pageant Saturday

Six students will compete for four spots in the 124th Sequim Irrigation Festival’s royal court at 6 p.m. Saturday. The annual Royalty Pageant… 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

PHOTO: Eagle-eye view in Port Angeles

A bald eagle perches atop a utility pole along Ediz Hook Road in Port Angeles. The hook on the north side of Port Angeles Harbor… Continue reading

PHOTO: Cleanup king at Storm King Ranger Station

Clay Murdach, a maintenance mechanic with Olympic National Park, picks up trash in the parking lot near the Storm King Ranger Station at Lake Crescent… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: New month, new work list for gardeners

SO IT LOOKS like we are going to have our own “Arctic Vortex” but although our temperature will be 22, 19 and 25 degrees, those… Continue reading

BACK WHEN: Chamber building’s history is remembered

GARY WAGNER WAS one of two who recognized the Chamber of Commerce Building at 902 E. First St. The photo was taken in 1954 by… Continue reading

HELP LINE: How do you say the unsayable ‘goodbye’?

HOW DO YOU say “goodbye,” when you can’t say goodbye? I don’t know. I’ll explain. I have a buddy … well, actually, that understates it:… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: I think, therefore ‘i’ am

I RECENTLY READ that English is the only language where “I” is capitalized no matter where it appears in a sentence. A quick search seems… Continue reading