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“Refuge” by Marian Morris, is mng the pieces on display at the Northwind Art: Best Gallery.

Exhibit ‘not in Kansas anymore’

Northwind Art highlights more artists

“Refuge” by Marian Morris, is mng the pieces on display at the Northwind Art: Best Gallery.

Repairs begin on Lake Crescent hillside

Repairs are expected to begin as early as today to stabilize the hillside above U.S. Highway 101 near Fisher Cove Road at… Continue reading

Clallam County Parent to Parent to host virtual savings seminar

Clallam County Parent to Parent will host the virtual seminar “Saving for the Future” at 4 p.m. Thursday. The Zoom presentation features… Continue reading

Jefferson County Historical Society to resume First Friday Speaker series

The Jefferson County Historical Society will resume its First Friday Speaker series with “Baking and Candy Making with Sugar Hill Farms” at… Continue reading

Red, Set, Go Race and Heart Luncheon officials embark on a training run/walk on Saturday at Seven Cedars Casino and Hotel. From left are Loni Greninger, Jamestown Tribal Council; Victoria Jones, race director of the Red, Set, Go Heart Healthy Run/Walk/Swim; Lori Frederick, vice president of Strait View Credit Union, the presenting sponsor of the race; Karen Rogers, chair of the Red, Set, Go Luncheon; Bruce Skinner, OMC Foundation executive director; Darryl Wolfe, Olympic Medical Center CEO; and OMC Commissioner Jean Hordyk. (Courtesy of OMC Foundation)

Olympic Medical Center Foundation’s Red Set Go event adds virtual run/walk/swim

Registration is open for the Olympic Medical Center Foundation’s inaugural Red, Set, Go Heart Healthy Virtual Run/Walk and Swim in February. Register… Continue reading

Red, Set, Go Race and Heart Luncheon officials embark on a training run/walk on Saturday at Seven Cedars Casino and Hotel. From left are Loni Greninger, Jamestown Tribal Council; Victoria Jones, race director of the Red, Set, Go Heart Healthy Run/Walk/Swim; Lori Frederick, vice president of Strait View Credit Union, the presenting sponsor of the race; Karen Rogers, chair of the Red, Set, Go Luncheon; Bruce Skinner, OMC Foundation executive director; Darryl Wolfe, Olympic Medical Center CEO; and OMC Commissioner Jean Hordyk. (Courtesy of OMC Foundation)

Olympic Medical Center providing shots, staff at vaccination clinics

Olympic Medical Center will provide staffing and a supply of the Pfizer vaccine at the Port Angeles vaccination clinic on two weekends… Continue reading

EYE ON JEFFERSON: Golf shop lease before Port Townsend council

The Port Townsend City Council will consider authorizing the city manager to execute a three-year lease with Gabriel Tonan Golf Shop, Inc. when it meets… Continue reading

Scholarships for Jefferson County women available

The University Women’s Foundation of Jefferson County is accepting applications for its scholarships to universities, community and technical schools. Applications are due… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Virtual meeting at 11 a.m. Wednesday. For information email [email protected] • Forks Chamber of Commerce — Virtual… Continue reading

No flight operations scheduled this week

There will be no field carrier landing practice operations for aircraft stationed at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Complex this week. There are… Continue reading

NOLS to host Jazzy Ash concert online

The North Olympic Library System will host an online performance of “Fly Through My Window” by Jazzy Ash and the Leaping Lizards… Continue reading

North Olympic Library System offers Valentine card-making kits

The North Olympic Library System invites patrons to pick up Valentine card-making kits starting Monday and continuing while supplies last. The free… Continue reading

Robbie Mantooth will lead a discussion following the screening of a John Gussman film, Ennis  A Creek Worth Saving  on Thursday.

Saving Ennis Creek: Presentation set for Thursday

Strategies for saving what stewards of Ennis Creek call “our last, best chance of a salmon stream in Port Angeles” will be… Continue reading

Robbie Mantooth will lead a discussion following the screening of a John Gussman film, Ennis  A Creek Worth Saving  on Thursday.

Sequim Prairie Grange to host fundraiser

The Sequim Prairie Grange No. 1108 will conduct a “Let Us Cook Your Entire Meal for the Big Game” fundraiser from 3 p.m.… Continue reading

Sudna Hazard's 'Floribunda' series in featured at the Port Townsend Gallery through the month of February.

Woodwork, floral paintings featured at Port Townsend Gallery

The Port Townsend Gallery’s featured artists for the month of February are Martha Collins and Susan Hazard. The gallery at 715 Water… Continue reading

Sudna Hazard's 'Floribunda' series in featured at the Port Townsend Gallery through the month of February.

EYE ON CLALLAM: Therapeutic courts funding before county

Clallam County commissioners will discuss federal grants for District Court 1 therapeutic courts at 9 a.m. Monday. The virtual meeting can be viewed at www.… Continue reading

Friends of Sequim Library to hold cookbook sale

The Friends of the Sequim Library will conduct a special sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. The sale is at the… Continue reading

Jason Bringhurst is the bishop of the Mt Pleasant Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Mount Pleasant Ward names new bishop

The Mount Pleasant Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has sustained Jason Bringhurst as bishop at a service… Continue reading

Jason Bringhurst is the bishop of the Mt Pleasant Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints