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Finley Loveless, 3, of Sequim spends some quality time with Santa Claus (Stephen Rosales) at the Hometown Holidays event Saturday afternoon in downtown Sequim. Along with photos with Santa and the royalty, other festivities included live music, a tree-lighting ceremony, Sequim Museum & Arts’ Tractor Parade and more.

Holidays welcomed on the Peninsula

Finley Loveless, 3, of Sequim spends some quality time with Santa Claus (Stephen Rosales) at the Hometown Holidays event Saturday… Continue reading

Wintry weather forecast on Peninsula

Heavy snow coming in Olympic mountains

A Christmas tree titled “Santa’s Magic Key” stands tall at the 32nd annual Festival of Trees at Vern Burton Community Center in Port Angeles on Friday after it fetched the highest bid during Friday night’s gala auction benefiting the Olympic Medical Center Foundation. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Festival of Trees gathers donations for hospital

Welcoming ceremony added to this year’s events

Friends of Fort Worden volunteers work on habitat restoration.

Fort Worden volunteers plant Garry oak trees at state park

Friends group takes on habitat restoration efforts in many areas

United Good Neighbors annual campaign in full swing

Donations go to 34 partner agencies

Dancer Keely Whitmore leads second graders in teacher Sharon Fritschler's class at Roosevelt Elementary in exercises that integrate movement and a science lesson about geology as part of Peninsula Performs, a collaboration between Field Arts & Events Hall and the Port Angeles School District that brings artist educators into classrooms. (Paula Hunt/Peninsula Daily News)

Artists bring creative touch to schools

Field Hall, school district collaborate on new program

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Golf at Sunland now open to public

CH Investment Fund purchases formerly private Sequim course

Shoppers, from left, Sue Priest, Pam Predovich and Peggy Romero, all of Port Angeles, stroll down West First Street in downtown Port Angeles searching for bargains on Small Business Saturday, a local followup to Black Friday, kicking off the holiday shopping season. Weekend shoppers were given an opportunity to purchase tote bags containing coupons for special deals from participating merchants, with proceeds from tote sales benefiting the Port Angeles Winter Ice Village. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Small Business Saturday

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People stop and take pictures of the Port Townsend Kiwanis’ George Earl Memorial Cho Cho as it clangs along Water Street in downtown Port Townsend on Small Business Saturday. The popular Choo Choo made a circuit from the American Legion to Uptown and back again, delighting passengers and spectators alike. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Holidays roll into town

People stop and take pictures of the Port Townsend Kiwanis’ George Earl Memorial Choo Choo as it clangs along Water Continue reading...

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Martha Worthley, of Mim and Poppy Design, shows a tablecloth she designed to Alisa Martin and daughter Etta-Pearl, during the Port Townsend Arts Guild Arts and Crafts Fair on Friday at the Port Townsend Community Center in the Uptown neighborhood. The fair continues today from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Port Townsend Arts Guild Arts and Crafts Fair ongoing

Martha Worthley, of Mim and Poppy Design, shows a tablecloth she designed to Alisa Martin and daughter Etta-Pearl, during the Continue reading...

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Braving cold steady rain and the early hour of eight Black Friday shoppers were out in force Friday looking for those early holiday bargains. Swain's General Store in Port Angeles was no exception as scores of early risers came out of the cold and rain to shop there.

Black Friday shoppers in Port Angeles

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Business

Todd Ortloff Show guests this week

Here is this week’s schedule for the 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Todd Ortloff Show on KONP Continue reading...

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EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Breakfast meetings with networking and educational programs are held Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. at Joshua’s Continue reading...

 

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Opinion
Bo, (Bob Neal) was my cousin and a father, grandfather, husband, logger, builder and a hunter that we shared many adventures with. He is gone long before his time and I and his family would appreciate it if you could run a picture of him with Milton the Burrow.

PAT NEAL: Hunting with Bo

WAY BACK WHEN, the Olympic elk were market hunted for their meat, antlers, hides and ivory teeth or just shot Continue reading...