Young actors take on ‘The Reluctant Dragon’

Children’s play highlights differences can be strengths

Music, poetry, bowling, more planned on Olympic Peninsula

A summer winery concert in Port Angeles, ekphrastic poetry in Port Townsend and free bowling in Forks are among the upcoming activities on the North… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Look at the end of events with a new perspective

“REJOICE ALWAYS, PRAY without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you” (1 Thessalonians 5:18).… Continue reading

Port Angeles singer part of winning Sweet Adelines quartet

Port Angeles resident Connie Alward was part of the Sweet Adelines quartet “Wink” that won first place at the Sweet Adelines International Region… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: Find harmony between home and garden

MY ELDEST SON has just been recently married in a client’s garden; the corn roast with all 400 people has come and gone; and with… Continue reading

Drag racing, winery concert, steam-powered machines on Peninsula

Drag racing in Forks, a winery concert and a gathering of steam-powered machines are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Silence enables evil

IN JUDAISM, THE most important principle is not what we believe, or how much we study the Bible, but whether we take the teachings of… Continue reading

PHOTO: Sunshine tunes played in Port Angeles

Sara Wilson, 13, of Port Angeles takes advantage of a sunny afternoon to play her violin on Port Angeles City Pier, much to the delight… Continue reading

Vern Frykholm, right, walks across the 2018 Colonial Festival portraying George Washington alongside Jane Ritchey, left, portraying Martha Washington. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

5th annual Northwest Colonial Festival brings more history

More reenactors joining to add more knowledge to event

Vern Frykholm, right, walks across the 2018 Colonial Festival portraying George Washington alongside Jane Ritchey, left, portraying Martha Washington. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

A GROWING CONCERN: ‘Drew the destroyer’ — a mouse tale of battle

SEVERAL PEOPLE HAVE been quizzing me about mice because this menace has descended on their gardens. With that being the case, let me tell you… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Catch up on this and that this week

OK, I GUESS it’s time to clean up my act (don’t say it) by cleaning out my miscellaneous file. Remember, miscellaneous does not mean unimportant.… Continue reading

Concerts, plant sales, hikes on Peninsula

Concerts, plant sales and hikes are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is available on the interactive calendar at www.peninsula… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Being in the presence of beauty is akin to being near God

IF SOMEONE WERE to ask you what is the most beautiful place you’ve ever been or the most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen, what would… Continue reading

Manis Mastodon, Sequim’s major archaeological find, in focus with PBS affiliate

Sequim’s major archeological history got a focus from local PBS affiliate

PHOTO: Basking in the sun in Port Angeles Harbor

A herd of harbor seals rests in the sun in Port Angeles Harbor Sunday morning.… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Take life as a gift and grab it

WOW, I FEEL vaguely … deficient. There’s a new thing to be afraid of (well, new to me) and I’d completely missed the whole thing.… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: Be cautious if you choose to trim hooves

“OH GEEZE! WHY are my leg muscles and hands so sore?” That’s what I asked myself the other night as I rose from my recliner.… Continue reading

Sequim woman a winner on ‘Price is Right’ twice

Conrad wins ping pong table, gives it to Boys & Girls Clubs

Elkins authors in Fourth Friday spotlight

Tonight’s Fourth Friday Readings will host Sequim authors Aaron and Charlotte Elkins as special guests. The evening will start at 6:15 in the… Continue reading