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Coat drive continues in Sequim

Windermere Sequim is hosting a coat drive through the end of January. New and lightly used winter coats, hats and gloves can be… Continue reading

 

Intentional aging discussion group offered online

The North Olympic Library System will continue it monthly discussion group Intentional Aging at 11 a.m. Tuesday. The meeting will be held… Continue reading

 

Peninsula College names honor roll, president’s list

Peninsula College has announced the names of students who made its president’s list and honor roll for the fall 2021 quarter. President’s… Continue reading

Clallam Conservation District’s plant sale ends Jan. 23

The Clallam Conservation District is accepting orders for its annual Native Plant Sale through Jan. 23. The bare-root tree and shrub seedlings… Continue reading

Christian writers meet on Thursday

The Olympic Peninsula Christian Writers Group will meet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. The public is invited to attend the free meeting on Zoom.… Continue reading

Funding offered for open space projects in Jefferson County

Jefferson County is accepting applications for projects to protect open spaces in the county through its Conservation Futures Program. Approximately $220,000 is… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Don’t let analysis prevent needed action

As we enter a new year, Jews have begun reading the book of Exodus, which tells our story of liberation from slavery, wandering through the… Continue reading

Roddy Biggs will present “Us vs. Them: Don't Sleep Through the Revolution” at 11 a.m. Sunday.

Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship speaker set

Roddy Biggs will present “Us vs. Them: Don’t Sleep Through the Revolution” at 11 a.m. Sunday. Biggs will be the guest speaker… Continue reading

Roddy Biggs will present “Us vs. Them: Don't Sleep Through the Revolution” at 11 a.m. Sunday.

Unity speaker set for weekend service

Timothy West will present “2022 and the New YOUth” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. West will be the guest speaker at Unity in… Continue reading

Exercise topic of Wednesday wellness forum

Pauline Geraci will present “The Importance of Exercise” at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Greaci’s presentation is part of WOW! Working on Wellness Radio Forum… Continue reading

Clear day over Port Angeles Harbor

Mount Baker looms Sunday afternoon over the Chinese-built bulk carrier Eredine and the cruise ship Ovation of the Seas, anchored at two of six federally designated anchor points in Port Angeles Harbor. The Ovation of the Seas is circling the Puget Sound area until it can either go to Australia or start its Alaskan season. Only crew members are on board. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)

As far as the eye can see

Mount Baker looms Sunday afternoon over the Chinese-built bulk carrier Eredine and the cruise ship Ovation of the Seas, anchored at two of six federally… Continue reading

Clear day over Port Angeles Harbor

Mount Baker looms Sunday afternoon over the Chinese-built bulk carrier Eredine and the cruise ship Ovation of the Seas, anchored at two of six federally designated anchor points in Port Angeles Harbor. The Ovation of the Seas is circling the Puget Sound area until it can either go to Australia or start its Alaskan season. Only crew members are on board. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)

Exploration of S’Klallam history on tap in Zoom presentation

David Brownell will use ethnographic and research materials to “reconstruct” the Sequim-Dungeness Valley landscape on Thursday. The presentation, which will be on… Continue reading

North Olympic Library System’s winter speaker series to begin Tuesday

Heidi Connor and Josh Geffre will present “Elwha Fish Tales in the Upper Elwha: Updates Since Dam Removal” at 7 p.m. Tuesday.… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: Think about size to keep perspective

I AM STILL under more than 8 inches of compacted melting snow after more than 36 inches of white stuff fell upon me over the… Continue reading

Photo by Jennifer Bond

 

Cutline: Knowing access to drinking water is vital to an animal’s health Lillian Bond uses a pick axe to break through the top layer of ice in her horse’s water trough.

HORSEPLAY: Planning on riding in winter? Here are a few tips

CRUNCH, CRUNCH, CRUNCH. That was the sound I heard as through the snow I trudged. A twice-daily task it was to feed hay to my… Continue reading

Photo by Jennifer Bond

 

Cutline: Knowing access to drinking water is vital to an animal’s health Lillian Bond uses a pick axe to break through the top layer of ice in her horse’s water trough.

NOLS Battle of the Books begins

The North Olympic Library System (NOLS) and schools from around Clallam County will be collaborating on the 2022 Battle of the Books.… Continue reading

Buttercup Lane — which includes, from left, members Mike and Diane Johnson, Rodger Bigelow, Dave Keyte and Joe D’entrone — play at Olympic Theatre Arts Center tonight.
Buttercup Lane — which includes, from left, members Mike and Diane Johnson, Rodger Bigelow, Dave Keyte and Joe D’entrone — play at Olympic Theatre Arts Center tonight.

Birding hiking tours scheduled for Fort Flagler State Park

Beverly McNeil will lead a bird walk at 9 a.m. Saturday. The twice-monthly hikes on Fort Flagler State Park, 10541 Flagler Rd., are… Continue reading

Genealogical lecture offered Saturday

David Obee will present “Between Friend/Entre Amis: Cousins Across the Border” at 10 a.m. Saturday. Obee is a Canadian researcher, writer and… Continue reading