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North Olympic Library System librarians Danielle Gayman and Sarah Morrison will offer a workshop about Media Literacy on Thursday night.

Librarians to lead workshop on media literacy

Media Literacy, a free two-hour workshop, is set at the Port Angeles Library at 6 p.m. Thursday. Librarians Danielle Gayman and Sarah… Continue reading

North Olympic Library System librarians Danielle Gayman and Sarah Morrison will offer a workshop about Media Literacy on Thursday night.
Olympic Theatre Arts stacks the deck with professionals in two-actor ‘Gin Game’

Olympic Theatre Arts stacks the deck with professionals in two-actor ‘Gin Game’

Olivia Shea and Pat Owens — actors, directors and friends who first performed together about 45… Continue reading

Olympic Theatre Arts stacks the deck with professionals in two-actor ‘Gin Game’
Veteran Master Gardeners Bob Cain, Laurel Moulton, Lois Bellamy, Audreen Williams and Jeanette Stehr-Green, from left, will lead a walk through the Fifth Street Community Garden this Saturday.

Port Angeles community garden walk Saturday to offer guidance

Advice on starting that vegetable garden will be dispensed at the Second Saturday Garden Walk at the Fifth Street Community Garden on… Continue reading

Veteran Master Gardeners Bob Cain, Laurel Moulton, Lois Bellamy, Audreen Williams and Jeanette Stehr-Green, from left, will lead a walk through the Fifth Street Community Garden this Saturday.
Violinist Marley Erickson of Port Townsend will be the guest artist of two Port Angeles Chamber Orchestra concerts this weekend.

Port Townsend teen readies bow for Mozart in Port Angeles, Sequim

This soloist’s moves boggle the mind. Marley Erickson, the Port Townsend teen violinist who is the guest artist at two Port Angeles Chamber Orchestra concerts… Continue reading

Violinist Marley Erickson of Port Townsend will be the guest artist of two Port Angeles Chamber Orchestra concerts this weekend.
More than 40 quilts that will be used at the Captain Joseph House will be on display at Studio Bob during the Second Weekend Art Walk in Port Angeles.

Second Weekend Art Walk: Gold Star quilts, kimono, paintings and sculptures in Port Angeles

More than 40 quilts destined to comfort Gold Star families at the Captain Joseph House will be on display at Studio Bob… Continue reading

More than 40 quilts that will be used at the Captain Joseph House will be on display at Studio Bob during the Second Weekend Art Walk in Port Angeles.
Historical police memorabilia will be on display in the Sequim Civic Center lobby starting Sunday.

Show of police memorabilia to open in Sequim on Sunday

The Sequim Police Department will open an exhibit of historical police memorabilia in the lobby of the Sequim Civic Center starting Sunday and… Continue reading

Historical police memorabilia will be on display in the Sequim Civic Center lobby starting Sunday.
Sequim Irrigation Festival begins its Grand Finale

Sequim Irrigation Festival begins its Grand Finale

Building on a 122-year-old tradition, the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s Grand Finale Weekend will commence today and continue through the weekend. Consistent with this… Continue reading

Sequim Irrigation Festival begins its Grand Finale

Early bird passes available for Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts

Early bird passes are available now for the 24th annual Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts, set May 26-29. The festival… Continue reading

Clallam adopts new public records policy

In what was described as an “important step” for public records management, Clallam County commissioners have adopted a new public records policy.… Continue reading

Cougar named Sequim found in Joyce now featured in Minnesota Zoo

Cougar named Sequim found in Joyce now featured in Minnesota Zoo

Sequim, a cougar found in Joyce, made its public debut last week at the Minnesota Zoo… Continue reading

Cougar named Sequim found in Joyce now featured in Minnesota Zoo
Donations pour in after scholarship fund theft in Joyce

Donations pour in after scholarship fund theft in Joyce

Donations poured in after a break-in at Joyce’s Blackberry Cafe in which a scholarship fund was stolen in March. And then they kept… Continue reading

Donations pour in after scholarship fund theft in Joyce
Peninsula robotics teams compete in international contest

Peninsula robotics teams compete in international contest

Two high school robotics teams from the North Olympic Peninsula held their own at the FIRST Robotics Competition in Houston, which gathered… Continue reading

Peninsula robotics teams compete in international contest

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Clallam PUD earns Reliable Public Power Provider designation … and other items

The Clallam Public Utility District recently earned the Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3) designation from the American Public Power Association. The RP3 designation… Continue reading

LETTER: How does robbing us of environmental and workplace protections help us?

I fail to see how America is made great again by stripping people of their privacy rights (Senate Joint Resolution 34), allowing employers to hide… Continue reading

An emergency sign flashes by the Hanford Nuclear Reservation on Tuesday in Richland. (Manuel Valdes/The Associated Press)

Tunnel collapse renews safety concerns about nuclear sites

The collapse of a tunnel containing radioactive waste at the Hanford nuclear weapons… Continue reading

An emergency sign flashes by the Hanford Nuclear Reservation on Tuesday in Richland. (Manuel Valdes/The Associated Press)

Clallam Public Defender lone bidder for indigent legal defense

Clallam County’s longstanding partnership with Clallam Public Defender will likely continue for several more years. The nonprofit Clallam Public Defender, which has… Continue reading

A fishing boat was stranded at the mouth of the Elwha River last weekend during fishing season for halibut and cod.

PAT NEAL: Dangerous halibut date defies logic

IT WAS DAYLIGHT on the water. It seemed like we were in the middle of the world’s largest washing machine. That’s the feeling you can… Continue reading

A fishing boat was stranded at the mouth of the Elwha River last weekend during fishing season for halibut and cod.
Wet April sets new record on West End

Wet April sets new record on West End

Last month was the wettest April on record at Quillayute Airport near Forks, which has seen more than its share of rain since… Continue reading

Wet April sets new record on West End
Toddlers’ playground in Forks built in memory of teen’s father

Toddlers’ playground in Forks built in memory of teen’s father

A girl’s dream of honoring her late father opened its gates last week after the Tod Horton On Deck Playground project was adopted… Continue reading

Toddlers’ playground in Forks built in memory of teen’s father
Pilot project to use recycled carbon fiber composite for Port Angeles park benches

Pilot project to use recycled carbon fiber composite for Port Angeles park benches

The city Parks and Recreation Department is providing $10,000 in seed money for a pilot project with the Composite Recycling Technology Center… Continue reading

Pilot project to use recycled carbon fiber composite for Port Angeles park benches