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Sequim woman receives home assistance through Habitat for Humanity

Sequim woman receives home assistance through Habitat for Humanity

Eula Cook moved into her own home in late August with her 11-year-old granddaughter, Brielle.

Sequim woman receives home assistance through Habitat for Humanity
Andrew May/for Peninsula Daily News

A GROWING CONCERN: Diligence due with onset of rain

Even a few dropped petals can spell mold and mildew at this time of year.

Andrew May/for Peninsula Daily News
BACK WHEN: Dr. and Mrs. Plut arrive in Port Ludlow

BACK WHEN: Dr. and Mrs. Plut arrive in Port Ludlow

The early experiences of Dr. and Mrs. Plut in Port Ludlow are chronicled.

BACK WHEN: Dr. and Mrs. Plut arrive in Port Ludlow

BIRD WATCH: Audubon offers a wealth of information

From newsletters to gorgeous rendered websites, its chapters offer it all.

HELP LINE: Use nursing home experiences to make lists

Hearing the story of a friend’s mother’s experiences in the nursing home inspired writer to make lists of her own.

Sunland to host wine tasting Saturday

Sunland to host wine tasting Saturday

The event will feature eight wineries and 27 wines.

Sunland to host wine tasting Saturday
GOAT run challenging in stunning surroundings on Olympic Discovery Trail

GOAT run challenging in stunning surroundings on Olympic Discovery Trail

There are two options: a 14-mile half-marathon and a 26.2-mile full marathon.

GOAT run challenging in stunning surroundings on Olympic Discovery Trail

Womanfest registration closes Sunday

The retreat, set Sept. 23-25, includes meals cooked in the lakeside lodge, swimming, canoeing and other relaxing activities.

Crab Fest Fun Run registration taken now

Sponsored by Peninsula College Athletics, proceeds will support student-athlete scholarships.

Premier pieces picked for 2016 Paint the Peninsula competition

Premier pieces picked for 2016 Paint the Peninsula competition

Twenty-three plein air painters from around the United States and Canada descended upon the Olympic Peninsula for the contest.

Premier pieces picked for 2016 Paint the Peninsula competition
New director takes over Community Chorus of Port Townsend

New director takes over Community Chorus of Port Townsend

Tina Grewell, who moved back to Chimacum after 35 years, was chosen by the chorus board of directors.

New director takes over Community Chorus of Port Townsend

BIRD WATCH: ‘Feral’ cat a hungry burden for bird lover

My goal is now the relocation of an animal that would make a great housecat.

HELP LINE: Have a plan in place just in case the nursing home becomes your home

A document that lists things such as food preferences would help your comfort level just in case you end up in the nursing home.

HORSEPLAY: Locals find success at Peninsula Junior Rodeo

HORSEPLAY: Locals find success at Peninsula Junior Rodeo

Five Port Angeles girls won medals during the Peninsula Junior Rodeo Association’s junior rodeo in August.

HORSEPLAY: Locals find success at Peninsula Junior Rodeo

PENINSULA KITCHEN: A warming fall soup from friends

With the weather turning quickly to fall, enjoy a warming soup.

Wooden Boat Festival a new class for Port Townsend students

Most were freshmen and Maritime Discovery Schools curriculum students.

Bargains galore offered during Great Strait Sale on state Highway 112

Bargains galore offered during Great Strait Sale on state Highway 112

The 61 miles of sales will begin at Laird’s Corner on U.S. Highway 101 and stretch along the length of state Highway 112 to Neah Bay.

Bargains galore offered during Great Strait Sale on state Highway 112
United Way recently accepted a donation for $5,250 from the US Bank Foundation. Lisa Meyer, assistant vice president, market manager, branch manager, presented the check to 2016 United Way Campaign co-chairs, Sara Dutrow and Courtney Buchanan and United Way CEO Donald Skinner. Submitted photo                                United Way recently accepted a donation for $5,250 from the US Bank Foundation.

United Way of Clallam County accepts US Bank donation, announces Day of Caring

United Way will host volunteer projects in Port Angeles and Sequim,

United Way recently accepted a donation for $5,250 from the US Bank Foundation. Lisa Meyer, assistant vice president, market manager, branch manager, presented the check to 2016 United Way Campaign co-chairs, Sara Dutrow and Courtney Buchanan and United Way CEO Donald Skinner. Submitted photo                                United Way recently accepted a donation for $5,250 from the US Bank Foundation.

Beachwatchers and birders wanted for coastal observation and seabird survey team

The COASST training provides volunteers with the tools to monitor for potential changes in the marine environment and promote stewardship of local marine resources.