Historic murals on display

Museum and Arts Center working to distribute murals depicting history, heritage of Sequim

‘Art of Cocktails’ benefit for KCPT

An evening of sipping and learning is set for 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday as Key City Public Theatre hosts “The… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: It’s the right time for the right chores

I STARTED LAST week’s article with a “weather changing” comment: Every month the weather changes. This is why you have caught me numerous times referring… Continue reading

HELP LINE: It’s time for open enrollment with Medicare

TODAY IS OCT. 13. In addition to an ever-helpful reality check, that simple fact also tells us that Tuesday is Oct. 15. And a lot… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: Back Country Horsemen do part to teach kids

IT WAS A beautiful day in Sequim when the 21st Dungeness River Festival took place. Hosted by the Dungeness River Audubon Society on Sept. 27,… Continue reading

Sequim teen’s ‘Pumpkins for a Cause’ to end next weekend

Holt plans to graduate school, become Army Ranger

THE COOKING HOBBYIST: It’s all Greek to me … and it’s delicious

ONE OF MY sisters recently returned from a trip to Greece. I bit back my jealousy to visit with her while she stayed with our… Continue reading

Christian motorcyclists set to meet; Unity Speaker talks conflict resolution; climate warming lecture

The Christian Motorcycles Association will meet at 9 a.m. Saturday. The club meets at the Mariner Cafe, 609 W. Washington St. The meetings… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: ‘Play’ your best, God is always watching

RECENTLY, I CAME across an article by Melanie McDonagh, a British writer. It was a light article, but with a lot of meat in it… Continue reading

Red, REaD wine a spirited fundraiser for libraries

Local libraries, library supporters and Wind Rose Cellars are teaming up with a unique blend this fall. Book and wine fans are invited… Continue reading

Dances, book discussions, plays and more slated this week

An Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebration, “War of the Worlds” in Sequim and “Sea Marks” in Port Townsend are among the upcoming activities on the North… Continue reading

Barkhuis spotlights ‘Table Grapes’ at next Green Thumb talk

Selinda Barkhuis will present information on two varietals of grapes intended for consumption while fresh — as opposed to grapes grown for… Continue reading

Clallam Mosaic sets ‘Masquerade’ fundraiser

Event to showcase works of participants, local artists

A GROWING CONCERN: Don’t be frightened of October chores

THE BEWITCHING month, the day of the dead, which is what your garden could turn into if you don’t work away. That’s because… Continue reading

BACK WHEN: People journey to Port Angeles for ‘utopia’

WASHINGTON HAS QUITE a radical history. In 1936, Postmaster General James Farley is purported to have joked that “There are 47 states in the Union… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Information to know if your wages are going to be garnished

THIS ISN’T FUN or funny, but it could be important. This is about garnishment. Garnishment is what happens when a creditor comes after your money… Continue reading

Sister City visit includes bike tour

Visitors to Sequim were treated to a two-wheeled tour as part of the annual Sister City visit. Each September, the Sequim Sister City… Continue reading

“Geometry In Textiles” by Betty Cook (red), Nancy Wilcox (orange), Mary Ann Clayton (yellow), Peggy St. George (green), Janet Green (blue) and Anne Davies (purple).

Fiber arts in spotlight in October

Back for its 14th year, the North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival once again brings an interactive event to Sequim in early October. The… Continue reading

“Geometry In Textiles” by Betty Cook (red), Nancy Wilcox (orange), Mary Ann Clayton (yellow), Peggy St. George (green), Janet Green (blue) and Anne Davies (purple).

Applestock cider, music to celebrate autumn

Benefit event is supporting the Salvation Army this year

ISSUES OF FAITH: If you hear the call of Jesus, follow him

“PASSING ALONGSIDE THE Sea of Galilee, he saw Simon and Andrew the brother of Simon casting a net into the sea, for they were fishermen.… Continue reading