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Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau seeks applications for tourism marketing project grants

The Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau is accepting applications for tourism marketing project grants. Grants are available for projects that support tourism marketing,… Continue reading

Ericka Albers

Olympic Medical Center board recognizes respiratory therapy staff

The commissioners of Olympic Medical Center recognized three members of the center’s respiratory therapy staff at a recent board meeting. Ericka Albers,… Continue reading

Ericka Albers
Brenda White is OMC's new emergency preparedness coordinator.

Olympic Medical Center hires emergency preparedness coordinator

Olympic Medical Center recently hired Brenda White as its emergency preparedness coordinator. White will be responsible for developing the center’s plans and… Continue reading

Brenda White is OMC's new emergency preparedness coordinator.
Olympic Medical Center has hired Amy Kalisek, an advanced practice registered nurse, to join the cardiology team at the Olympic Medical Heart Center.

Olympic Medical Center adds advanced-practice registered nurse to cardiology staff

Olympic Medical Center has hired Amy Kalisek, an advanced-practice registered nurse, to join the cardiology team at the Olympic Medical Heart Center.… Continue reading

Olympic Medical Center has hired Amy Kalisek, an advanced practice registered nurse, to join the cardiology team at the Olympic Medical Heart Center.

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

In-person meeting Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. at Joshua’s Restaurant, 113 DelGuzzi Drive (off U.S. Highway 101) in east Port… Continue reading

The Crab Shack at The Cedars at Dungeness offers grab-and-go food, snacks and beverages. (Photo courtesy of Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe)

Dining venues to reopen at The Cedars

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe is reopening dining venues — both Stymie’s Bar & Grill and Double Eagle Steak & Seafood — at The… Continue reading

The Crab Shack at The Cedars at Dungeness offers grab-and-go food, snacks and beverages. (Photo courtesy of Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe)
Melissa Crocker

Olympic Medical Center recognizes case management staff

The commissioners of Olympic Medical Center recognized three members of the center’s case management staff at a recent board meeting. Melissa Crocker,… Continue reading

Melissa Crocker
Tatiana Wild

Windermere hires new broker

Windermere Real Estate has announced the addition of real estate broker Tatiana Wild. Wild will work from the firm’s Sequim-East office, 842 E.… Continue reading

Tatiana Wild

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Virtual meeting at 11 a.m. Wednesday. This week features a discussion on business insurance. For information email… Continue reading

Nicole Driggs stands inside A Stitch in Time Quilt Shoppe, which opened last week on the 200 block of East Washington Street. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Quilt store opens in Sequim

There’s a saying among some quilters that seems to fall somewhere between wisdom and a wisecrack: It’s cheaper than therapy. With materials, equipment… Continue reading

Nicole Driggs stands inside A Stitch in Time Quilt Shoppe, which opened last week on the 200 block of East Washington Street. Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Wind Rose Cellars to begin spring hours

Wind Rose Cellars will begin its spring hours April 1. The winery’s tasting room at 143 W. Washington St. will be open from… Continue reading

Chris Lindsey
 Ben Matuzas
 Jim Robert

RV center moves to new location in Carlsborg

The Clear Creek RV Center in Sequim has moved to a new location at the intersection of U.S. Highway 101 and Carlsborg Road.… Continue reading

Chris Lindsey
 Ben Matuzas
 Jim Robert
Cheers to winners 

Toasting each other with Bedford’s Sodas are, from left, Ryan Gedlund of Swain’s General Store, Ed Bedford, creator of Bedford’s Sodas and Don Droz of Swain’s after Swain’s and Bedford were presented with the 2021 Legacy Awards. Not pictured is Tim Tucker, Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce president, who presented the awards. The Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce Legacy Awards began in 2020 and are awarded to an organization and an individual who have built impressive and positive legacies for our community, said Marc Abshire, chamber executive director. Last year’s winners were Black Ball Ferry Line and, posthumously, Jim Moran.

Cheers to winners of Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce Legacy Awards

Toasting each other with Bedford’s Sodas are, from left, Ryan Gedlund of Swain’s General Store, Ed Bedford, creator of Bedford’s Sodas and Don Droz of… Continue reading

Cheers to winners 

Toasting each other with Bedford’s Sodas are, from left, Ryan Gedlund of Swain’s General Store, Ed Bedford, creator of Bedford’s Sodas and Don Droz of Swain’s after Swain’s and Bedford were presented with the 2021 Legacy Awards. Not pictured is Tim Tucker, Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce president, who presented the awards. The Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce Legacy Awards began in 2020 and are awarded to an organization and an individual who have built impressive and positive legacies for our community, said Marc Abshire, chamber executive director. Last year’s winners were Black Ball Ferry Line and, posthumously, Jim Moran.

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Virtual meetings at noon Wednesday. Meeting access is by Zoom platform, https://us02web.zoom.us/j/845994 23539?pwd=aGlFWGYv QjRUeWdOM 0hNTVc5MlM0QT09 with Meeting ID 845… Continue reading

Naffie Ceesay

OMC adding clinicians at walk-in site

Olympic Medical Center announced the addition of three new clinicians at the Olympic Medical Physicians’ Port Angeles walk-in clinic. The new staff… Continue reading

Naffie Ceesay

State farm exports hampered by cargo-container shortage

Farm exporters in Washington state have been left with stockpiles of product and idle trucks as the pandemic has created… Continue reading

FILE - In this Jan. 3, 2019, file photo, a mobile phone customer looks at an earthquake warning application on an iPhone in Los Angeles. An earthquake early warning system operated by the U.S. Geological Survey has been activated in Oregon on the 10th anniversary of the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan. California already has the system. Washington state joins it in May, which will complete coverage of the West Coast of the contiguous United States. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel, File)
FILE - In this Jan. 3, 2019, file photo, a mobile phone customer looks at an earthquake warning application on an iPhone in Los Angeles. An earthquake early warning system operated by the U.S. Geological Survey has been activated in Oregon on the 10th anniversary of the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan. California already has the system. Washington state joins it in May, which will complete coverage of the West Coast of the contiguous United States. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel, File)

Clallam-Jefferson County Pro Bono Lawyers to conduct free legal aid clinic

Wednesday is the last day to register for the Clallam-Jefferson County Pro Bono Lawyers’ free legal aid clinic slated for Saturday from… Continue reading

East Jefferson Fire-Rescue seeking volunteer firefighter applicants

East Jefferson Fire-Rescue is taking applications for volunteer firefighters through noon on Monday. The district will then interview applicants Monday, March 22.… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Virtual meeting at 11 a.m. Wednesday. This week features the bicycling industry on the North Olympic Peninsula.… Continue reading