Auction fundraiser to support Kids Fishing Day

The Puget Sound Anglers-North Olympic Peninsula Chapter will host the annual Kids Fishing Day fundraiser at Sunland Golf and Country Club on Saturday.… Continue reading

Coronation, ag roundtable, Dragon Dance planned on Peninsula

A festival royalty coronation, a roundtable on agriculture and the Year of the Dog Dragon Dance and Parade are among the upcoming activities on the… Continue reading

Forest Service to waive entrance fees for Presidents’ Day; Hurricane Ridge Road expected to be open Saturday through Monday

The U.S. Forest Service will waive fees at day-use recreation sites Monday in honor of Presidents’ Day. This fee waiver includes many picnic areas, boat… Continue reading

Sequim Library offers Lego ‘Cool Creations’ sessions

How do you build “Cool Creations”? Brick by plastic brick. The Sequim Library, 630 N. Sequim Ave., will host three sessions of Cool… Continue reading

Thousands more trees planted on Tarboo Creek during Plant-A-Thon

In one day, 180 volunteers planted 4,300 native trees and shrubs along Tarboo Creek. The Northwest Watershed Institute’s Plant-A-Thon, an annual event since… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: May’s state of the horticultural world address

IF, AS THE saying goes, “the third time is a charm,” then the 30th time must be magnificent. And so it was when 45 gardening… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Don’t dehumanize people because of dementia

THOSE OF YOU who have been paying attention know that I’ve spent the past couple of weeks telling one part of the story of my… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: Local horse blogger offers tips on bridling

JUST AS CHICKEN soup is good for the soul on a cold, rainy day, so is hunkering down and learning more about our horses. Thus,… Continue reading

Peninsula Kitchen: For the love of meat loaf

By Emily Hanson For Peninsula Daily News A FRIEND ONCE said to me, “Nothing says ‘I love you’ like a pile of heart-shaped meat.” He… Continue reading

WOW! forum Wednesday in Sequim considers ways toward ‘successful aging’

Brian Jackson, president and CEO of Sound Senior Care Inc. and Home Instead, will present a free WOW! Working on Wellness Forum titled… Continue reading

‘Food as Medicine’ to be presented at Science Café in Sequim on Tuesday

Dr. Carolyn N. DeSalvo will present “Food as Medicine: The Science Behind the Anti-Inflammatory Diet” at the next Sequim Science Café set for… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: The Dome of Heaven

Last week I returned from my annual ministerial study break in which I stayed for two weeks in the desert home of friends in Borrego… Continue reading

Valentine events, fundraisers, lectures on Peninsula

Valentine events, fundraisers and lectures are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is available on the interactive calendar at www.peninsula… Continue reading

Seven vie for Sequim Irrigation Festival royal court on Saturday

Seven young women are contestants in this year’s 41st annual Irrigation Festival Royalty Pageant set for 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday at… Continue reading

The cabins at Log Cabin Resort, shown here sometime between 1943 and 1957. (Hansen Collection)

BACK WHEN: Former Log Cabin Resort structures recognized

QUITE A FEW people commented about the January photo from the past but only a few of them recognized the cabins as belonging to the… Continue reading

The cabins at Log Cabin Resort, shown here sometime between 1943 and 1957. (Hansen Collection)

BIRD WATCH: Bald eagle sighting brings book memories

THERE IS NO ignoring a bald eagle flying through the front yard. Even more attention-getting is two eagles heading for the neighbor’s tall fir tree.… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Play the ‘what if’ game when thinking about future

LAST WEEK, I told the story of my mother’s last few years on the planet, only because it illustrates how long-term care can work, given… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: Take care of your dusty houseplants

I’VE HEARD FROM some of you that you’re getting a little tired of the long dark days, having been stuck indoors for too long, however… Continue reading

WellHearts luncheon, Valentine cards among Peninsula activities

EDITOR’S NOTE: The play “Time Stands Still” will be performed at Olympic Theatre Arts in Sequim Feb. Feb. 9-11, Feb. 16-18, and Feb. 23-25. An… Continue reading

History Tales to feature tale of a Peninsula ‘Renaissance woman’

Author Glynda Peterson Schaad will talk about Wynona Whitcomb Ross at the Clallam County Historical Society’s History Tales presentation at 2:30 p.m.… Continue reading