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State changes plans, nixes long weekend closures

Repairs to the floating bridge linking the Olympic Peninsula to Kitsap County will no longer require closing the bridge for four weekends during… Continue reading

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Photos by Emily Matthiessen / Olympic Peninsula News Group
The German shepherd mix, Phoenix, was rescued and transported to Olympic Peninsula Humane pregnant with seven puppies. Some of the puppies will be up for adoption at an event at Best Friend Nutrition in Sequim.

Olympic Peninsula Humane Society rescues 25 small-breed puppies

Adoption event set for Wednesday at Best Friend Nutrition

Photos by Emily Matthiessen / Olympic Peninsula News Group
The German shepherd mix, Phoenix, was rescued and transported to Olympic Peninsula Humane pregnant with seven puppies. Some of the puppies will be up for adoption at an event at Best Friend Nutrition in Sequim.
“Fleur de Lis” is by Sheri Whetstine, a featured artist at the Blue Whole Gallery in April. (Blue Whole Gallery)

Blue Whole Gallery sets April exhibit for ‘Eye of the Beholder’

Photographer and kiln-formed glass artist to have work displayed

“Fleur de Lis” is by Sheri Whetstine, a featured artist at the Blue Whole Gallery in April. (Blue Whole Gallery)

Squatchcon schedule of events

The Squatchcon Port Angeles Comic and Arts Convention begins Thursday and runs though Sunday at venues throughout Port Angeles. Special events •… Continue reading

It’s a breathtaking morning view in Kenya for Suzanne Anaya, who went to Kenya as part of an African safari.

Traveler’s Journal to present ‘Massai Mara, East Kenya’

Photos of trip to accompany lecture Thursday in Sequim

It’s a breathtaking morning view in Kenya for Suzanne Anaya, who went to Kenya as part of an African safari.
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Sequim City Band plays ‘Music, She Wrote’ on Sunday

“Music, She Wrote,” a show with the theme of music composed by women, will be performed at 3 p.m. Sunday. The Sequim City… Continue reading

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‘Nitrogen in the Garden’ topic of Green Thumb presentation

Soil, sun and water … we know the basics of what plants need to grow. But the nutrients in soil are extremely… Continue reading

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Julie Montagnet

Clallam Mosaic selects new executive director

Clallam Mosaic’s board of directors have named Julia Montagnet the organization’s new executive director. Montagnet’s background working with nonprofits and serving on… Continue reading

Julie Montagnet

North Olympic Land Trust renews accreditation

The North Olympic Land Trust has renewed its land trust accreditation with the Land Trust Accreditation Commission. “Renewing our accreditation shows our… Continue reading

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Sequim flamingo fundraiser begins Sunday

Flocks of plastic flamingos will begin to appear on Sequim yards beginning Sunday. Parents of Sequim High School seniors are raising funds for… Continue reading

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First Friday Art Walk to kick off Sunshine Festival

The First Friday Art Walk will kick off the Sequim Sunshine Festival on Friday with a Jamestown S’Klallam story about why it is… Continue reading

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Online open house available for upcoming road projects

North Olympic Peninsula residents have an online tool to help them navigate a number of road projects across the region and planned for… Continue reading

End of Life presentation offers information, discussion

The League of Women Voters of Clallam County will present information and host a community discussion with a panel of local providers… Continue reading

Photo by Mike Newbry 

Wildfire looms over structures in this file photo. Ways to safeguard homes from wildfires with appropriate landscaping techniques will be presented Thursdayby  fire and forest health specialist Blake Mann.

‘Firewise Landscaping’ presented Thursday

A state Department of Natural Resources’ wildland fire specialist will discuss “Firewise Landscaping” during a Green Thumb Education Series presentation on Thursday.… Continue reading

Photo by Mike Newbry 

Wildfire looms over structures in this file photo. Ways to safeguard homes from wildfires with appropriate landscaping techniques will be presented Thursdayby  fire and forest health specialist Blake Mann.

Bill urges expanding Running Start to high school sophomores

The Running Start program, which allows high school juniors and seniors to earn college level credits, will expand… Continue reading

Frykholm, Sequim author, releases time travel novel

“This story came along just when I needed it,” said Sequim author Sandy Frykholm. After years of research for a historical novel that… Continue reading

New owners at Sequim brokerage

Daniel Erickson, founder of Town & Country, announced last week the sale of the Sequim real estate brokerage to Fathom Realty, based out of Cary,… Continue reading

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Story Slam ready to go ‘Head Over Heels’

The Out Loud Story Slam is back at Olympic Theatre Arts. Host Nessa Goldman emcees the event set for 7 p.m. Friday at… Continue reading

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Red, Set, Go! luncheon to raise funds for CT Scan

The Olympic Medical Center Foundation is ready to serve up another heartwarming fundraiser with its 16th annual Red, Set, Go! Heart Luncheon… Continue reading

Bodies found in Sequim apartment complex

Autopsies of a couple found dead in their home in Sequim are scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday. Sequim Police Department officers discovered two… Continue reading