Clallam County

A GROWING CONCERN: Today’s preparations make tomorrow’s flowers

AS THE HOLIDAYS draw near, so does our preparation for them. However, now is an ideal time to think about some plants you may (or… Continue reading

 

Authorities continue to monitor COVID-19 outbreaks at long-term-care facilities

Public health authorities continue to monitor long-term-care facility outbreaks of COVID-19, said Dr. Allison Berry, health officer for Jefferson and Clallam counties. The facility in… Continue reading

 

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Coffee With Colleen, hosted by Colleen McAleer, on Wednesdays at 8 a.m. The Zoom link is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89474510306?pwd=VlIr RHh5RG1nYVh3V3J… Continue reading

 

PHOTO courtesy of WASART

Cutline: A Washington State Animal Response Team tends to Tango,  a horse who’d lain down in his stall and wouldn’t get back up. They used a tripod to lift the horse, place on a glider and then maneuvered into a horse trailer for transport to an equine hospital.

HORSEPLAY: Animal rescue group seeks volunteers

WHEN YOUR ANIMAL is in need of a rescue, who you gonna call? Not Ghostbusters! If your horse, dog or livestock falls into a ravine,… Continue reading

PHOTO courtesy of WASART

Cutline: A Washington State Animal Response Team tends to Tango,  a horse who’d lain down in his stall and wouldn’t get back up. They used a tripod to lift the horse, place on a glider and then maneuvered into a horse trailer for transport to an equine hospital.

Jazz at the PUB offers indoor concert

The 12-piece Peninsula College Jazz Ensemble will present its first indoor concert in nearly two years with Jazz in the PUB on… Continue reading

Orca exhibit at Feiro through January 31

The Feiro Marine Life Center is hosting a temporary exhibit based on Lynda Mapes’ book “Orca: Shared Waters, Shared Home” through Monday,… Continue reading

Panel to choose preferred alternative for redistricting

Three options to be reviewed at Monday public meeting

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Quiet stormon Saturdayexpected toroar by today

This one, the second of three predicted this week, to be ‘biggest’

Todd Ortloff Show guests this week

Here is this week’s schedule for the 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Todd Ortloff Show on KONP 1450 AM, 101.7 FM in… Continue reading

The jury was shown an ammunition clip during testimony last week in the Dennis Bauer murder trial.

Triple-murder trial resumes Monday

Dropped gun clip possible link

The jury was shown an ammunition clip during testimony last week in the Dennis Bauer murder trial.

Another delay for Dash Air

Scheduled flights predicted by March

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At Chimacum's Finnriver Farm, cofounder Crystie Kisler admires Kira Mardikes' painted tribute to the land and its creatures. The painting stands near Finnriver's "gratitude walk," part of the farm's activities today through Sunday. Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News

Diverse activities offered on Thanksgiving weekend

Sure, there’s shopping, with several holiday markets to choose from. Yet this weekend brings a diversity of musical and artistic activities as well, all over… Continue reading

At Chimacum's Finnriver Farm, cofounder Crystie Kisler admires Kira Mardikes' painted tribute to the land and its creatures. The painting stands near Finnriver's "gratitude walk," part of the farm's activities today through Sunday. Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News
Windermere Real Estate, in Sequim, recently donated $500 and 321 pounds of non-perishable food items to the Sequim Food Bank. 

Pictured, from left to right, are Dave Sharman, Susan Barger, Svea Sparks, Dollie Sparks, Alan Burwell, Carol Dana, Andra Smith from the Sequim Food Bank and Jody McLean, Jessica Warriner, Rick Brown, Marcee Medgin, Tatiana Wild from Windermere.

Donation made to Sequim Food Bank

Windermere Real Estate, in Sequim, recently donated $500 and 321 pounds of non-perishable food items to the Sequim Food Bank. Pictured, from left, are Dave… Continue reading

Windermere Real Estate, in Sequim, recently donated $500 and 321 pounds of non-perishable food items to the Sequim Food Bank. 

Pictured, from left to right, are Dave Sharman, Susan Barger, Svea Sparks, Dollie Sparks, Alan Burwell, Carol Dana, Andra Smith from the Sequim Food Bank and Jody McLean, Jessica Warriner, Rick Brown, Marcee Medgin, Tatiana Wild from Windermere.
Port Angeles artist Sarah Tucker takes an inventory of items made by area artisans that will be available for sale at the Wintertide Makers Market at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Port Angeles artist Sarah Tucker takes an inventory of items made by area artisans that will be available for sale at the Wintertide Makers Market at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

State parks entry free today

Visitors can enter state parks for free today. This is the final free day of the year in state parks. Visitors do not need a… Continue reading