Cleaning time at Port Angeles fountain

Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department employee Brooke Keohokaloke uses a hose to wash the basin and workings of the Conrad Dyar Memorial Fountain at… Continue reading

Conversations Toward a Culture of Justice to be held online

Peninsula College will host Conversations Toward a Culture of Justice from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 13. Kendra Aguilar, Samantha… Continue reading

Presentation on growing, preserving organic garlic set

Pam Larsen will present “Growing Great Organic Garlic” at noon Thursday, Aug 13. The lecture is part of the Green Thumb Garden… Continue reading

Paper feathers

Kari Chance, left, the administrative manager for the Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts, and Executive Director Kayla Oakes admire their work after they… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: A baker’s dozen of fall finery for gardens

THE NICE WEATHER just keep rolling along, as does your yard and garden with flowers bursting forth everywhere. But all too soon we will be… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: Watch out for wildlife on the trails

DID YOU HEAR about the bear jumping out at two horses and riders at Miller Peninsula State Park? On July 29, a bear suddenly burst… Continue reading

Hikers see heart of Olympic Mountains

Grand Ridge highest continuous trail in Olympic National Park

ISSUES OF FAITH: The spirituality of the ordinary

I LOVE TRAVELING and having extraordinary adventures. This is because experiencing other cultures and places gives me a sense of awe, wonder and transcendence —… Continue reading

What are the origins of cathedrals, chapels?

By Samuel L. Boyd | The Conversation Cathedrals and chapels have played vital roles in the development of Christian culture. As a scholar of the… Continue reading

  • Aug 7, 2020

Conversations Toward a Culture of Justice discussion held online

Gary Copeland-Lilley and Jourdan Imani Keith will co-host the next offering of Conversations Toward a Culture of Justice from 4 p.m. to… Continue reading

Officials seek limits on ‘habitat’ for species

The Trump administration is moving to restrict what land and water areas can be declared… Continue reading

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

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