Life

ISSUES OF FAITH: In a changing world, find security in faith

The grass withers, the flower fades, but the word of our God will stand forever (Isaiah 40:8). I CAN FEEL it in the air: the… Continue reading

Panoramic views from Klahhane Ridge

Panoramic views from Klahhane Ridge

Two hiking trails provide options for 12.5-mile circuit

Panoramic views from Klahhane Ridge
Impact Fashion Show features local nursery, talent

Impact Fashion Show features local nursery, talent

Event promotes fair trade, animal-free products

Impact Fashion Show features local nursery, talent
Sidewalk Salons provide insights for theatre
Sidewalk Salons provide insights for theatre

A GROWING CONCERN: Getting ready for Autumn

September is just around the corner, it’s time to start fall chores

HORSEPLAY: Longing to be on the trail with friends again
HORSEPLAY: Longing to be on the trail with friends again
“While we stayed home, we read a lot of books” by Priscilla Patterson, a featured artist at the Blue Whole Gallery in September. Submitted art
“While we stayed home, we read a lot of books” by Priscilla Patterson, a featured artist at the Blue Whole Gallery in September. Submitted art
Ten-year-old Chloe Dunn of Port Angeles won an Amazon Fire tablet from the Clallam County Literacy Council for winning in her age bracket in the group’s writing contest. Here the group’s chairperson Philomena Lund presents a certificate and table to Dunn. (Submitted photo)

Port Angeles girls win Literacy Council’s writing contest

Broadwell and Dunn recive Amazon Fire tablets for winning essays

Ten-year-old Chloe Dunn of Port Angeles won an Amazon Fire tablet from the Clallam County Literacy Council for winning in her age bracket in the group’s writing contest. Here the group’s chairperson Philomena Lund presents a certificate and table to Dunn. (Submitted photo)
Sequim Noon Rotary provides adaptive bike steering bar
Sequim Noon Rotary provides adaptive bike steering bar
Green Thumbs series spotlights beekeeping

Green Thumbs series spotlights beekeeping

Co-owner of Sequim Bee Farm to give presentation

Green Thumbs series spotlights beekeeping
Sequim flower stand eases stresses

Sequim flower stand eases stresses

Cancer center patient-navigator finds solace in garden

Sequim flower stand eases stresses

A GROWING CONCERN: A time of constant care

WELL, A LITTLE bit of strange weather pattern we have been having this week— the lightning was spectacular. But as the weather changed around this… Continue reading

BACK WHEN: Past actions show us nothing is brand new

BACK WHEN: Past actions show us nothing is brand new

IT SURE SEEMS like these are troubling times in which we live. Impacts to our lives are coming from every direction. Talking with someone seasoned… Continue reading

BACK WHEN: Past actions show us nothing is brand new

Panel to discuss an aspect of justice today

The final presentation in the Conversations Toward a Culture of Justice series will take place today from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.… Continue reading

Market art opportunity at Farmers Market

Market art opportunity at Farmers Market

Five-year-old Lauralei Still of Port Angeles selects her colors to decorate a face mask at the Port Angeles Farmers Market on Saturday, Aug. 15, 2020.… Continue reading

Market art opportunity at Farmers Market
Best seat in the house

Best seat in the house

Judy Larimore of Sequim assists her dog, Tucker, after a recent paddle on Sequim Bay near John Wayne Marina near Sequim. Larimore said the pup… Continue reading

Best seat in the house

Quilcene-Brinnon Garden Club raffle tickets on sale

Tickets for the Quilcene-Brinnon Garden Club raffle will be available for sale from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays, Aug. 22, Aug. 29… Continue reading