Olympic Peninsula News Group

Complaints filed against SGGL

Two complaints were filed in late September with the state Public Disclosure Commission against the Sequim Good Governance League and its political action… Continue reading

 

Public Disclosure Commission finds GOP Women did not violate guidelines

The state Public Disclosure Commission found that a complaint filed against the Republican Women of Clallam County did not violate election guidelines… Continue reading

 

Public Disclosure Commission to send Armacost warning letter

The Public Disclosure Commission announced via a letter on Oct. 18 that it would formally issue a warning letter to Mayor William Armacost… Continue reading

 

Clallam County seeks volunteers for boards, committees

Clallam County is seeking volunteers to fill 185 vacancies on 28 advisory boards and committees. The deadline to apply is the close of business Monday,… Continue reading

Drug Take Back Day planned Saturday

Lockbags offered in Port Angeles

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Olympic Theatre Arts offers ‘Tale Spinners’ on Oct. 30

Olympic Theatre Arts Center aims to offer a comfortable, safe storytelling evening for grown-ups with “Tale Spinners” — a new, monthly event that… Continue reading

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Albert Haller Foundation awards $350,000

The Albert Haller Foundation has approved awards totaling $350,000 to nonprofit organizations in Clallam County. The United Way of Clallam County facilitates the selection process… Continue reading

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Olympic Peninsula Authors seeking submissions for fifth anthology

The Olympic Peninsula Authors is seeking submissions of original prose and poetry about the North Olympic Peninsula. For the fifth consecutive year,… Continue reading

A sunroom with triple-pane windows and heat-absorbing tiles provides a large portion of the heat in David Large's rural Sequim home, pictured here in 2018. Large's home is on the American Solar Energy Society's annual open house tour on Saturday. File photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Sequim home on solar energy open house

The nonprofit American Solar Energy Society will host its annual nationwide open house at hundreds of homes and businesses that have incorporated energy… Continue reading

A sunroom with triple-pane windows and heat-absorbing tiles provides a large portion of the heat in David Large's rural Sequim home, pictured here in 2018. Large's home is on the American Solar Energy Society's annual open house tour on Saturday. File photo by Keith Thorpe/Olympic Peninsula News Group
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‘Work to Learn’ garden party set for Saturday

Mary Crook will demonstrate how to make attractive flower arrangements during the “Work to Learn” party set for 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25,… Continue reading

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Self-guided tour replaces final Garden Walk

With COVID-19 cases in Clallam County skyrocketing, WSU Clallam County have canceled the final 2021 Second Saturday Garden Walk at Fifth Street… Continue reading

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Rock, Gem & Jewelry Show returns to Port Angeles

After 2-year absence, show is back this weekend

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Green Thumbs series to consider composting in time of climate change

Al Cairo, who built a Johnson-Su Bioreactor along with help from like-minded Master Gardeners in 2018 and 2019 at the Woodcock Demonstration… Continue reading

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Clallam County seeks volunteers for boards, committees

Clallam County is seeking volunteers to fill 104 vacancies on 18 advisory boards and committees. The deadline to apply is the close of business Tuesday.… Continue reading

Outdoor storytimes are planned through Oct. 30. Photo courtesy of North Olympic Library System

Peninsula libraries host outdoor storytimes through Oct. 30

The North Olympic Library System offers Rain or Shine! Outdoor Storytime events for children and their caregivers, set through Oct. 30 at Sequim and Port… Continue reading

Outdoor storytimes are planned through Oct. 30. Photo courtesy of North Olympic Library System

Peninsula College to host vaccination clinics

Students in virtual classes not required to be vaccinated

Deceased man found on trail east of Sequim

Police awaiting autopsy, say no immediate danger from incident

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‘Happy accidents’ sought for 16th North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival

Local artists look to bring the best of their “happy accidents” to an exhibition during the 16th iteration of the North Olympic Fiber… Continue reading

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