A GROWING CONCERN: A ‘Green Friday’ holiday shopping list

THE SKATING RINK is up and lit, families are engaging in holiday activities, all the spring bulbs are planted and for most of us our… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Find a way to make Thanksgiving special

TODAY IS SUNDAY, Nov. 24, and Thanksgiving is four days away. If today were Thanksgiving, here’s what I would say: Happy Thanksgiving! Do you s’pose… Continue reading

HORSEPLAY: The 10 essentials just might save your life

GETTING LOST AND disoriented in the mountains is surprisingly easy to do. Living here on the Olympic Peninsula, it’s not unusual to hear of lost… Continue reading

Holiday bazaars set for this weekend

The Clallam Bay/Sekiu Lions Club will host a Holiday Bazaar from… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Find a way to ‘venture into the wilderness’

IN A RECENT reading of the Torah portion, Lech L’cha (“Go forth”), Abraham and Sarah are told, “Go forth from your native land and from… Continue reading

Meditation lecture on mindfulness set for Saturday evening at Port Angeles library

Dharma Acharya Devan Miller will present “Mindfulness and Virtuous Meditation Practice” from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturday. The class is in… Continue reading

Nature Mart bazaar planned for this weekend

River Center’s event moves to Blyn due to construction

Speaker to discuss ‘Living in Grace’ at Unity in the Olympics on Sunday

The Rev. Sheldon Ganberg will present “Living in Grace” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Ganberg will be the guest speaker at Unity in… Continue reading

Taize service scheduled for St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 525 N. Fifth St., will host an ecumenical Taize service from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday. The service… Continue reading

Holiday Traditions online edition

Our 2019 Holiday Traditions special section is out! Inside, you’ll read stories on where to find holiday cheer, Santa Claus, Christmas lights, music and more… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: It’s the right time to make time for projects

I MUST FIRST start by giving a huge Botanical shout out to Anne and Steve at Lazy J Tree Farm, who very generously donated 22… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Ombudsman program volunteers are on ‘her’ side

IN THIS LINE of work, I listen to a lot of stories, which is fine, because the only way to figure out how to attempt… Continue reading

Yuletide Bazaar raises funds for charities

’Tis the season for Bazaars, and one of Sequim’s biggest community-boosting fundraiser events, Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church’s annual Yuletide Bazaar, is once again… Continue reading

“Who do Others Say that I Am?” to be discussed Sunday at Unity in the Olympics

The Rev. Bill Evans will present “Who Do Others Say that I Am?” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Evans will be the guest… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Have hope in modern times

MANY STUDIES OF late have shown that the “nones,” those with no religious affiliation, have ascended in recent times. People, mostly the young, are not… Continue reading

Kilmer gets ‘Salmon Champion Award’

The Coalition of Coastal Fisheries recently awarded U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer (D-Gig Harbor) the 2019 “Salmon Champion Award” for his efforts to protect salmon populations… Continue reading

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church to host Service of Healing on Thursday night

The public is invited to a Service of Healing at 7 p.m. Thursday. The simple service of candlelight, music and prayer is… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: A ‘light’ week of gardening

SO SATURDAY, QUITE the little group of volunteers helped prep the lights for the Winter Ice Village as the ice skating rink went up in… Continue reading

HELP LINE: Explore available tools to help make retirement plans

I’M HOPING TO get your attention: I get a lot of emails from a lot of people who have figured out that they’re aging. Well,… Continue reading