PENINSULA KITCHEN: Fridge muffins provide a healthful snack

SCHOOL IS BACK in session and it’s a good time to check in on your snack pantry. I recently became a teacher at Port Angeles… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Show who you are with how you spend your time

“NO ONE CAN serve two masters. Either you will hate the one and love the other, or you will be devoted to the one and… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Day of peace observance slated … and other items

The Baha’is of Clallam County East will host an observance of the International Day of Peace at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. The free event… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: No time to tiptoe around spring bulb planting

AS YOU KNOW, I am always cheerleading just how great our weather is here on the Peninsula. With the advent of September, it is time… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Readers ask, Harvey answers

I HAVE RECEIVED a lot of smart questions from a lot of you. So, because other folks might benefit from the same exchanges, let’s share… Continue reading

Middle school-age students invited to ‘Book Wars’ competition

Seventh- and eight-graders from across Clallam County are invited to engage in a friendly literary battle with the North Olympic Library System’s 2019 “Book Wars”… Continue reading

Blueberries, herbs and moonlight in week ahead

An herb presentation, a moonlight talk about bioluminescence and a blueberry workshop are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: The coming Days of Awe are a time for change, reflection

AS THE DAYS shorten and the nights become cooler, we regret the ending of summer and wish we could just hang on a little longer.… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: St. Luke’s Episcopal Church labyrinth opening in Sequim … and other items

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church has announced that is has opened a labyrinth to the public. The labyrinth is in a large field to… Continue reading

Tickets on sale for Midnight in Paris

Dinner and auction proceeds go to First Step Family Support Center

A GROWING CONCERN: Plenty to dew in your garden

CAN YOU BELIEVE this past week’s weather? Talk about gorgeous. I’m often asked by family and friends when the best time is to visit the… Continue reading

Cover crops topic of Green Thumbs presentation

Veteran Master Gardener Bob Cain will provide information about cover crops, also known as green manure, and how they fit into vegetable… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Don’t be so afraid of tomorrow that you lose today

A FEW SHORT weeks ago, I did a column on “Gerascophobia.” Yeah, I had to look it up, too. It is, apparently, defined as “…… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: Local riding team wins big at interstate competition

EXCITEMENT WAS IN the air as four riders astride their four prancing horses entered the large indoor arena to ready themselves for their biggest and… Continue reading

THE COOKING HOBBYIST: Apple pie alternative provides a tasty, guilt-free treat

I’VE MENTIONED A few times now that I’m trying to eat more healthfully and that has continued throughout these past few weeks, so much so… Continue reading

Drag races, last Concert on the Pier among Peninsula activities

Drag races, the last summer Concert on the Pier and a film lecture about Mars are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula.… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Always keep God close

WE ENTER A time of transitions for many people. The memory of dropping kids off at school, at universities, at places across the country are… Continue reading

Master gardener to tell about growing blueberries

Master Gardener Jeanette Stehr-Green will talk about growing blueberries in the Pacific Northwest from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Saturday. The free lecture… Continue reading

More than 950 local students receive supplies at back-to-school event

The Port Angeles School District hosted a Back to School event at Jefferson Elementary School on Aug. 7. The annual event provided… Continue reading

Survivor tells of cancer in ‘Stages:’ New playwright sets Sequim play for January

A Sequim man has written a play about fighting cancer and will produce it at Olympic Theatre Arts. For Max Bidasha, dealing with… Continue reading