Keith Thorpe

Netting an education

Rachele Brown, education director for the Feiro Marine Life Center, standing, captures video of Feiro Facilities Director Tamara Galvan, left, and volunteers… Continue reading

 

Mask Fairies give away more face coverings in Port Angeles

Linda Galle attempts to draw people to a table filled with free face masks during a giveaway by the Mask Fairies on… Continue reading

 

Family fun at Cline Spit County Park

Ilsa Strube of the Dungeness area of rural Sequim, left, along with her sons, Billy, 10, and Paco, 8, watch as their dog, Ellie, cavorts… Continue reading

 

Port Angeles Farmers Market modifies operations

Amy Preusser of Agnew, right, receives a container of honey from Buddy Depew of Sequim Bee Farm at Saturday’s Port Angeles Farmers… Continue reading

Olympic National Park exploration

Korey Peterson of Poulsbo crosses the foot bridge over Barnes Creek near Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park on Saturday, May… Continue reading

Wind and waves: Families take advantage of warm weekend weather

David Impastato and his wife, Kate Impastato, both of Seattle, hoist their children Mason, 1, left, and Anna Marie, 3, as an… Continue reading

Garden club tends flowers at waterfront

Sue Priest, left, and Liz Rodgers, both members of the Port Angeles Garden Club, tend to planters at the Esplanade along West… Continue reading

Making Mother’s Day in Port Angeles

Marie Finta, an employee of Chestnut Cottage Restaurant in Port Angeles, assembles one of more than 200 gift baskets pre-ordered by customers… Continue reading

Fairy fun at Port Angeles store brings free masks

Mask Fairies Mary Lofstrom, left, and Lauren Jeffries-Johnson dance in the parking lot of the Lincoln Street Safeway store while giving away… Continue reading

Sidewalk art

Marie Moore, an employee of Next Door Gastropub on First Street in downtown Port Angeles, uses chalk to add color to the… Continue reading

Going for a stroll

Natalie White of Port Angeles jogs past blossoming cherry trees along the Waterfront Trail in Port Angeles with her son, Nash, 3,… Continue reading

Corner Caboose carries on family legacy

To-go orders available at new restaurant

Harbor paddlers in Port Angeles

Paddlers, from left, Jennie Freese, Casey Fall and Eric Hoffman, all of Port Angeles, make their way across the mostly empty waters… Continue reading

Blooming tulips

Tulips come into bloom in planters at the Esplanade along Railroad Avenue on Saturday, April 18, 2020, on the Port Angeles waterfront.… Continue reading

High-flying fun

Pilot Dan Fitzgerald of Port Angeles makes adjustments on a model airplane before takeoff Saturday, April 11, 2020, at the Olympic Radio… Continue reading

Peabody road work to begin

Road crews from Lakeside Industries Inc. work Wednesday, April 15, 2020, to patch sections of deteriorating roadway on South Peabody Street between… Continue reading

Bunny Trail

Even though churches are closed and any Easter celebrations will be private, people don’t want to forget the special holiday. The Wray… Continue reading

Flower power

Nadine Gregory of Port Angeles uses a cultivator to pull grass and weeds from a plot set aside for flowers at the… Continue reading

Out for a ‘social distance’ stroll

Pedestrians make their way along a stretch of the Waterfront Trail near 9/11 Memorial Park in Port Angeles on Thursday, April 2,… Continue reading