A GROWING CONCERN: Summer gardening: The heat is on

beautiful warm days, clear nights and even a comet. But now we are in… Continue reading


Habitat home project in Port Angeles

Port Angeles-area churches have donated $60,000 for Habitat For Humanity home construction in Maloney Heights in west Port Angeles. Thrivent, a religious-based financial institution, matched… Continue reading


Independent Bible church planning in-person services

Independent Bible church will resume in-person services at 10 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 2. The church, located at 116 E. Ahlvers Road, will… Continue reading


Ennis Creek cleanup

Half dozen people take part in debris removal effort

Port Townsend Library pick-up

Nancy Grant, a library assistant with the Port Townsend Library, places books into the back of a patron’s car Wednesday, July 29,… Continue reading

Clallam Mosaic seeks donations for August fundraiser

Clallam Mosaic is accepting donations for a fundraising yard sale in August. Donations of gently used items are now being accepted. All items… Continue reading

Shopping with a mask

Kathleen Dionne of Port Angeles unloads her groceries into her car at Safeway on Lincoln Street on Monday, July 27, 2020. The… Continue reading

Smooth sounds in Port Townsend

Jefferson County resident Mike Sanders plays his guitar while busking near the sidewalk in front of Food Co-op in Port Townsend on… Continue reading

Local churches to stream services online

If your church is streaming services and is not listed here, please email the PDN news desk at [email protected] PORT ANGELES • Independent Bible Church:… Continue reading

Sunny skies on the horizon

Many in masks and most socially distancing, people enjoyed the beach at Fort Worden after cloud cover burned off Friday, July 24,… Continue reading

Beach walk

Beach walkers, from left, Warren Wilson of Sequim, Tony Butchart and Stacy Butchart of Portland, Ore., and Cindy Wilson of Sequim walk their… Continue reading

Finding some shade

Leah Prince of Sequim takes a solitary walk along the Dungeness River levy near Dungeness beneath a sunny Saturday sky. The North Olympic Peninsula should… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: Now or never gardening chores

WELL, TIME KEEPS rolling along as we all find our new normalcy. Since I have been working extremely hard the past several weeks while you… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: Just kick it off the trail

DISMOUNTING AND KICKING the road apples, otherwise known as horse manure, to the side of the trail is what we equestrians are asked to do… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Refuge in uncertain times

And not only the creation, but we ourselves, who have the first fruits of the Spirit, groan inwardly as we wait eagerly for adoption as… Continue reading

Wild coastline beckons hikers to Cape Alava

Trails cross longtime home of Makah Tribe

Sculptor uses driftwood to mend broken heart

Man restoring Ediz Hook creation that burned last spring

Flying through the sky

The NEOWISE comet appears in the northern sky as seen from Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park on Sunday night. The light on the horizon… Continue reading

Salt Creek soccer

Six-year-old Adalynn Scott of Port Angeles, center, kicks the ball between Ezra Brewin, 6, left, and Cruze Brewin, 4, both of Port Angeles during an… Continue reading

Lavender field trips

Kiersten Week and 8-year-old Ava Week of Leavenworth share a moment while perusing the lavender fields at Purple Haze Organic Lavender Farm. It was the… Continue reading