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Seven farms on Clallam County Farm Tour

Seven farms on Clallam County Farm Tour

The cost of the self-guided tour is $10 per carload or free if biking.

Seven farms on Clallam County Farm Tour
Dungeness River Festival may be on one day only next year

Dungeness River Festival may be on one day only next year

The 17th Dungeness River Festival on Sept. 23-24 at Railroad Bridge Park drew about 2,500 people, mostly on Friday.

Dungeness River Festival may be on one day only next year
Dungeness River Fest returns for 17th year

Dungeness River Fest returns for 17th year

Annual event showcases area’s natural, cultural resources.

Dungeness River Fest returns for 17th year
Sophia Engkvist finds inspiration in six-song album, ‘When We Rise’

Sophia Engkvist finds inspiration in six-song album, ‘When We Rise’

The artist plans an open house release party from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.

Sophia Engkvist finds inspiration in six-song album, ‘When We Rise’

Walk for Poor slated for Saturday

Participants have the option of walking as far as Whitefeather Way or in a short loop around Carrie Blake Park on the Olympic Discovery Trail.

Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission sets Sequim meeting for Thursday

Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission sets Sequim meeting for Thursday

Panel to consider pilot programs for private investors in four parks, including Fort Flagler

Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission sets Sequim meeting for Thursday
Guy Cole remodeling bids to be requested this fall

Guy Cole remodeling bids to be requested this fall

During a recent tour, Sequim City Council members heard updates on the remodel of the Guy Cole Convention Center in Carrie Blake Community Park and a list of what remains to be done.

Guy Cole remodeling bids to be requested this fall
Sunland to host wine tasting Saturday

Sunland to host wine tasting Saturday

The event will feature eight wineries and 27 wines.

Sunland to host wine tasting Saturday
First-ever show in Sequim a wonder for button collectors

First-ever show in Sequim a wonder for button collectors

The State Button Society Convention is free to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.

First-ever show in Sequim a wonder for button collectors

Volunteers sought to prepare returns for Tax-Aide

All volunteers must attend training classes and pass the IRS test before assisting taxpayers during the tax season.

Premier pieces picked for 2016 Paint the Peninsula competition

Premier pieces picked for 2016 Paint the Peninsula competition

Twenty-three plein air painters from around the United States and Canada descended upon the Olympic Peninsula for the contest.

Premier pieces picked for 2016 Paint the Peninsula competition
Peninsula man honored at Safeco Field for 100th birthday

Peninsula man honored at Safeco Field for 100th birthday

The World War II and Korean War veteran turned 100 on Sept. 6 in Seattle as a guest of the Seattle Mariners.

Peninsula man honored at Safeco Field for 100th birthday

City Roundup: Sequim council changes mind, moves forward with zoning changes

The council voted unanimously 7-0 Monday to make the first of several planned changes to the code following the city’s comprehensive plan.

Sequim Farmers Market renews contract, eyes Centennial Plaza

The city charges the market $10 per week to operate.

Sequim neighborhood mourns loss of dog with memorial in favorite spot

Sequim neighborhood mourns loss of dog with memorial in favorite spot

Since neighbors found out about Stolli’s death, an outpouring of support has come about.

Sequim neighborhood mourns loss of dog with memorial in favorite spot
United Way recently accepted a donation for $5,250 from the US Bank Foundation. Lisa Meyer, assistant vice president, market manager, branch manager, presented the check to 2016 United Way Campaign co-chairs, Sara Dutrow and Courtney Buchanan and United Way CEO Donald Skinner. Submitted photo                                United Way recently accepted a donation for $5,250 from the US Bank Foundation.

United Way of Clallam County accepts US Bank donation, announces Day of Caring

United Way will host volunteer projects in Port Angeles and Sequim,

United Way recently accepted a donation for $5,250 from the US Bank Foundation. Lisa Meyer, assistant vice president, market manager, branch manager, presented the check to 2016 United Way Campaign co-chairs, Sara Dutrow and Courtney Buchanan and United Way CEO Donald Skinner. Submitted photo                                United Way recently accepted a donation for $5,250 from the US Bank Foundation.

Beachwatchers and birders wanted for coastal observation and seabird survey team

The COASST training provides volunteers with the tools to monitor for potential changes in the marine environment and promote stewardship of local marine resources.

Family storytimes set for Forks Library

Storytimes will take place at 10:30 a.m. Fridays through next May.

Liz Tomisato of Sequim tickles the ivories at the Sequim Civic Center at the July First Friday Art Walk. Three pianos will remain on Sequim's streets through Saturday. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

WEEKEND: Pianos on the street and available for playing through Saturday before auction set for Aug. 5

SEQUIM — The three artistically designed pianos through the Keying Around art and music program are still out on the street and available for playing… Continue reading

Liz Tomisato of Sequim tickles the ivories at the Sequim Civic Center at the July First Friday Art Walk. Three pianos will remain on Sequim's streets through Saturday. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)
Dignitaries

New parking spaces, access road open at Sequim’s Carrie Blake Park

SEQUIM — New parking and an access road by the Albert Haller Playfields and James Center for Performing Arts are open in Carrie Blake Park… Continue reading

Dignitaries