Seminar series targets writers seeking book publication

Olympic Peninsula Authors is beginning a free two-part seminar series for writers looking to publish books. The first is scheduled for 6 to… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: Hop to it by cultivating libatious plants

O — MAZING” The hop for its profit I thus do exalt, It strengtheneth the drink and it flavorith malt, and being well-brewed,… Continue reading

BIRD WATCH: Texas birding makes for lasting memories

I LOVE TEXAS. I’ve considered it special ever since childhood. You can’t grow up crazy about horses and cowboys without giving part of your heart… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Don’t let probate fear stop you dead

PROBATE. A LOT of us just stopped dead in our tracks (some things I just can’t resist). After all, “death” and “probate” go together, right?… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: Fresh water is important for animals

IF YOU WERE thirsty and were handed a glass filled with green and murky water, would you drink it? Just as we want and enjoy… Continue reading

PENINSULA KITCHEN: Chart helps with packing lunches

SCHOOL STARTED AROUND the Peninsula about a week ago. Your shoddy summer eating habits have been tucked away and you’ve turned over a new leaf.… Continue reading

Garden walk, sea chanteys, dances offered this week

A garden walk, evening of sea chanteys and maritime songs and community dances are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Never forget, because history is watching

NEVER FORGET. HAVE these words about the Holocaust become a cliche? There seems to be a weariness about the subject. “Yes, it was terrible, but… Continue reading

Sequim’s free clinic to host walk, fair Saturday

The Dungeness Valley Health &Wellness Clinic, Sequim’s free clinic, will host its 13th annual Fun Walk and a health fair at 9 a.m.… Continue reading

Shipley Center offers bus ride to Wooden Boat Festival

Sequim’s Shipley Center will offer a bus ride to and from the Port Townsend Wooden Boat Festival on Saturday. Participants must register by… Continue reading

Forum focuses on peace of mind during estate planning

Attorney Michael Hatch will present a free WOW! Working on Wellness forum, “Elder Law: Simple Steps Towards Peace of Mind,” at 2:30 p.m.… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Use Alzheimer’s walk to fight back against death

DEATH AND I have met on numerous occasions, although I’m happy to report that we haven’t been formally introduced. As is the case for many… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: Phosphorous, the miracle drug of bulbs and perennials

IT IS SO appropriate that as we all begin our first week of September and the month of autumn officially begins, I write an article… Continue reading

BIRD WATCH: Kingfishers carry their dogfights into yard’s territory

THE YARD HAD gone totally quiet. There wasn’t a breath of air. The 2017 eclipse was underway, and then a familiar sound was heard. A… Continue reading

Former bowling alley now a music store

SEVERAL PEOPLE RECOGNIZED the August picture from the past as the East First building that once housed Port Angeles Recreation, which was home to a… Continue reading

Paint the Peninsula announces winners

As he stood below Madison Falls in Olympic National Park, Denver artist Bruce Gomez could have tensed up. As a contestant in… Continue reading

Green River Mountain Men re-enact history at this weekend’s rendezvous

An exciting era of the nation’s past will come to life as the Green River Mountain Men group presents its annual rendezvous this… Continue reading

Ninth ARTfusion brings together five prominent artists for Labor Day weekend

While a few of the faces might have changed in recent years, organizers of the ninth… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: God is nearer to us than we think

WOW, THE FIRST day of September. Should we say that it was another summer that went way too quick, or a joyous summer that we… Continue reading

Outdoor concerts, a garden show in week ahead

Outdoor concerts and a garden tour are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is available on the interactive calendar at… Continue reading