Keith Thorpe

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

Sunny Saturday at John Wayne Marina

Janet and Kevin Tilley of Sequim take time to enjoy a sunny Saturday near the shore of Sequim Bay at John Wayne Marina… Continue reading

Marching pipes

Erik Evans plays his bagpipes while walking around his neighborhood near Lopez Avenue and South Chase Street in Port Angeles on Wednesday,… Continue reading

A breath of Freshwater Bay air

John Hagan of Port Angeles sits with his daughter, Eleanor, 2, and Brodie the dog on a nearly deserted stretch of beach… Continue reading

Walking along the Elwha River

Maiah Taitingfong, 11, picks her way through a boulder field along the Elwha River in Olympic National Park on Saturday, followed by her grandmother, Lovena… Continue reading

Christmas lights come down

Tim Crowley of the Olympic Kiwanis Club removes Christmas lights from a tree in the 100 block of West First Street in… Continue reading

Drop-in resource center for homeless youth, young adults

Volunteer Sarah McFadden of Port Angeles bags homemade cookies and treats during a March 6 bake sale, silent auction and open house… Continue reading

Goodbye, benches

Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department worker Darryl Anderson, right, watches as coworker Leon Leonard uses an excavator to break up and… Continue reading

Kiwanis Kid Fest

Five-year-old Micah Hay of Port Angeles pedals a stationary bike rigged to blend a fruit smoothie as Marley Reeder of the Olympic… Continue reading

Port Angeles blossoming

A cherry tree comes into blossom as spring gradually makes its way to the North Olympic Peninsula. The spring season officially arrives… Continue reading

Presidential primary in Clallam County

Clallam County acting Elections Manager Damon Townsend sorts through primary election ballots Tuesday, March 10, 2020, at the Clallam County Courthouse in… Continue reading

Sequim Sunshine Festival

Children run beneath a volley of tempra paint cannons at the start of Saturday’s 1k Sun Fun Color Run at Carrie Blake Park,… Continue reading

Liberty Bell rings for local veterans at remembrance ceremony

Veterans Gary Velie, left, and Gerald Rettela conduct a remembrance ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park in Port Angeles on Friday that included reading names of… Continue reading

Clallam Mosaic hosts health fair

Beth Walker of Sequim operates a rowing machine as Tammy Harris of Port Angeles, a member of the Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association, tracks her progress… Continue reading

Children crack open computers at Port Angeles Library teardown event

Hands-on experience aims to put kids on path to knowledge