Olympic Peninsula News Group

Clallam Republican Party caucuses coming in February

Locations set in Port Angeles, Sequim, Forks

Clallam County fair royalty candidates announced

Two high school juniors will compete for the Clallam County Fair queen’s crown. The coronation will be Feb. 8 in the Home… Continue reading

‘Nerd-dom’ to get spotlight at Port Angeles Library

Saturday’s public reception kicks off at 5 p.m.

Help sought for Peninsula tree, shrub-plantings

North Olympic Salmon Coalition planning several events

Sequim-Dungeness Chamber opens Citizen of the Year nominations

Candidates can be submitted until end of January

Sound Community Bank in Sequim reopens three days after flooding closes it

Sequim’s Sound Community Bank reopened three days after it was closed because of flooding. The bank at 645 W. Washington St. reopened Dec.… Continue reading

Hospice group seeks volunteers in January

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County offers monthly orientations for those interested in volunteering with the organization. January sessions are scheduled for 11 a.m. to noon… Continue reading

Senate accepting applications for page program

Students who live in the 24th Legislative District are encouraged to apply to serve to be pages in the Washington State Senate during the 2020… Continue reading

Beginners, newcomers birdwalk set in Sequim

Event takes place Saturday at Dungeness River Audubon Center

Peony Pack fundraiser set at Sequim Farmers Market fair

The Sequim Botanical Garden Society’s Surprise Peony Pack Fundraising Effort is set for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Sequim Farmers… Continue reading

Fashion and art, with a twist: Call for entries set for first Olympic Peninsula Wearable Art Show

One person’s trash, as the idiom goes, is another’s treasure. And in this case, it’s wearable treasure fit for a night on the… Continue reading

City band to play ‘Joyous Sounds’ for Sunday concert

Members of the Sequim City Band invite the community to hear the “Joyous Sounds” of the season and singalong at the group’s annual… Continue reading

OTA offers youth acting workshops this winter

Young actors and Olympic Theatre Arts are once again teaming up to warm up Sequim’s winter days with a flurry of on-stage activities.… Continue reading

Police departments, sheriff offices boost holiday DUI patrols

Law enforcement in Clallam and Jefferson counties will launch DUI emphasis patrols Sunday, the Washington Traffic Safety Commission said. The entities joined more than 145… Continue reading

Pre-orders for native plant sale being accepted

The Clallam Conservation District is now accepting pre-orders for its annual Native Plant Sale. Bare-root tree and shrub seedlings are sold in… Continue reading

Green Thumb series focuses on ‘Art in the Garden’

Veteran Master Gardener Marilynn Elliott will present information on creating a variety of artwork for gardens made from flowerpots, teapots, saucers, plywood,… Continue reading

Van De Wege, Chapman hire new legislative assistants

Sen. Kevin Van De Wege and Rep. Mike Chapman have hired new legislative assistants that they said bring strong familiarity and knowledge of the communities… Continue reading

Guest musicians join Peninsual College’s Jingle Jazz lineup

A new twist is in store for a holiday musical favorite. Some of the area’s most popular performers will join in on… Continue reading

Peninsula College establishes scholarship honoring Jamye Wisecup

New fund aims to help those studying emergency management