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Aaron Possin, left, and Vickie Swanson, right, present a DAISY Award to Elizabeth Hornsey, an RN in Olympic Medical Center's emergency department.

DAISY Foundation honors Olympic Medical Center RN

The DAISY Foundation has recognized Elizabeth Hornsey with its DAISY award. Hornsey is a registered nurse in Olympic Medical Center’s emergency department.… Continue reading

Aaron Possin, left, and Vickie Swanson, right, present a DAISY Award to Elizabeth Hornsey, an RN in Olympic Medical Center's emergency department.
Tree stumps made of cardboard and other creations by Karne Rudd are on view at the Jefferson Museum of Art & History.

Exhibit reflects effects of human activity

Mixed-media work most recent of several museum collections

Tree stumps made of cardboard and other creations by Karne Rudd are on view at the Jefferson Museum of Art & History.

Fairground volunteers wanted this weekend in Jefferson County

The Friends of the Jefferson County Fair are hosting a volunteer work party from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday through Sunday.… Continue reading

Navy sets security training for Friday

Naval Magazine Indian Island has scheduled a security training exercise for Friday. All training activities will take place on base within the… Continue reading

Cindy Hill-Finnie

New chair appointed to First Federal board

Cindy Hill-Finnie of Port Townsend has been appointed to chair of the board of First Fed. Hill-Finnie, who was advanced from her… Continue reading

Cindy Hill-Finnie

Olympic Peninsula Chapter of Surfrider Foundation to host fundraiser Friday

The Olympic Peninsula Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation is hosting a fundraiser at Harbinger Winery at 6:30 p.m. Friday. Tickets are available… Continue reading

Kim Wimer’s sculpture “Warhol’s Studio Recycling” earned best in show.

Peninsula College announces winners of 2022 art show

Peninsula College’s Pirate Union Building Gallery of Art has announced the winners of its 2022 Student Art show. Best in show was… Continue reading

Kim Wimer’s sculpture “Warhol’s Studio Recycling” earned best in show.

Petals & Pathways Garden Tour set for Saturday

The Master Gardeners’ 27th annual Petals & Pathways Garden Tour will showcase six home gardens on Saturday. The self-guided tour will be… Continue reading

Clark Construction opens satellite office in Sequim

Clark Construction of Bainbrige Island has opened a satellite office in Sequim at 244 W. Washington St. The firm has worked with… Continue reading

Sequim motorcyclist dies after striking car

Excessive speed reported as cause of collision June 12

Climate change presentation scheduled Wednesday in Chimacum

Local 20/20 and Jefferson County Public Health will sponsor a presentation by Don Galpern titled “Climate on Tap” at 6 p.m. Wednesday at… Continue reading

Fish health research presentation slated at Fort Flagler on Wednesday

Paul Hershberger will present “Overview of Fish Health Research at the USGS — Marrowstone Marine Field Station” at 6 p.m. Wednesday in… Continue reading

Green Thumb lecture to focus on fall, winter gardening

Bob Cain will present “Scheduling Planting for Fall and Winter Gardening” at noon Thursday on Zoom. The free lecture is part of… Continue reading

International Aerobatic Club to conduct practice Saturday

Chapter 67 of the International Aerobatic Club will conduct aerobatic practice from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday to celebrate International Aerobatics… Continue reading

Beaches close due to marine toxin

Operations shut in Quilcene, Dabob bays

Highway repairs to begin south of Forks

Long-awaited repairs to a stretch of road on U.S. Highway 101 south of Bogachiel State Park in Clallam County will begin today. The… Continue reading

Highway repairs to begin south of Forks

Long-awaited repairs to a stretch of road on U.S. Highway 101 south of Bogachiel State Park in Clallam County will begin today. The… Continue reading

North Olympic Library to begin Summer Storytime

The North Olympic Library System will begin Summer Storytime on Friday. The all-ages programs feature stories, music, rhymes, movement and fun. Storytime… Continue reading

Port Angeles Class of 1970 planning reunion

The Port Angeles High School class of 1970 will attempt to celebrate its 50th anniversary with a reunion Aug. 26-27. Two previous… Continue reading