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Sequim High School Robotics students Nick Charters, Riley Chase and Josh King, from left, survey a robotic component to decide on the best approach. The students are constructing a robot that is able to perform a prescribed task for competition in early March. (Patsene Dashiell)

Donation will cover costs for Sequim robotic competition

Just before the Sequim High School Robotics Club started gearing up for the FIRST Robotics Competition… Continue reading

Sequim High School Robotics students Nick Charters, Riley Chase and Josh King, from left, survey a robotic component to decide on the best approach. The students are constructing a robot that is able to perform a prescribed task for competition in early March. (Patsene Dashiell)

LETTER: Help fund school construction by renewing Sequim School District levy

The Feb. 14 special election brings forward two issues that need the support of Sequim School District voters: the education programs and operations (EP&O) levy… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: City seeks applicants for committee … and other items

The city of Port Angeles is accepting applications to fill vacancies on the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC). The LTAC is an… Continue reading

The Northwinds Homeschool Jazz Band won a first place at the Clark College Jazz Festival.

Northwinds Homeschool Jazz Band wins a first-place award

The Northwinds Homeschool Jazz Band of Port Angeles placed first in the 1-A Division at the Clark College Jazz Festival. Northwinds trombonist… Continue reading

The Northwinds Homeschool Jazz Band won a first place at the Clark College Jazz Festival.

Pacific Northwest Interfaith Amigos to speak this weekend

The Pacific Northwest Interfaith Amigos will make presentations on the North Olympic Peninsula on Saturday and Sunday. Rabbi Ted Falcon, Pastor Don Mackenzie and Imam… Continue reading

PAT NEAL: Cabin fever cure, the alternative

IT’S OFFICIAL. THE cabin-fever season has officially attacked the North Olympic Peninsula in a vise-like grip that shows no sign of weakening in the foreseeable… Continue reading

POINT OF VIEW: A challenging voice among voices

I HAVE TAKEN an internal Hippocratic oath of choir participation: At first, do no harm. The best way to proceed would be quietly, preferably very… Continue reading

Port Angeles High School 2017 Academic Achievement Award recipients pose with Port Angeles Education Foundation Academic Achievement Awards Chair Annette Wendel, left, and foundation President Bill Kindler, right. From left are Wendel, Kacey Casad, Grayson Peet, Claire Fritschler, Nikaila Price, Lael Butler, Olivia Due, Laura Nutter, Maya Wharton, Kristin Kirkman, Leah Haworth, Ben Basden, Noah McGoff, Emily Traughber, Grace Sanwald, Wesleyanne Rayment and Kindler. (Port Angeles School District)

Port Angeles High School students honored for academic achievement

The Port Angeles Education Foundation has honored 15 Port Angeles High School seniors for academic achievement. The seniors are Benjamin Basden, Lael… Continue reading

Port Angeles High School 2017 Academic Achievement Award recipients pose with Port Angeles Education Foundation Academic Achievement Awards Chair Annette Wendel, left, and foundation President Bill Kindler, right. From left are Wendel, Kacey Casad, Grayson Peet, Claire Fritschler, Nikaila Price, Lael Butler, Olivia Due, Laura Nutter, Maya Wharton, Kristin Kirkman, Leah Haworth, Ben Basden, Noah McGoff, Emily Traughber, Grace Sanwald, Wesleyanne Rayment and Kindler. (Port Angeles School District)

Sequim man charged with six child-rape counts

A Sequim man was formally charged Monday with molestation and six child-rape counts involving three girls ages 11-16. Nathan A. Chavez, 30, was… Continue reading

As snow blankets Peninsula, drivers take care; few wrecks reported

As snow blankets Peninsula, drivers take care; few wrecks reported

Snow that blanketed much of western Washington on Monday didn’t create too many problems on the North Olympic Peninsula, officials said. As… Continue reading

As snow blankets Peninsula, drivers take care; few wrecks reported

Performance canceled because of weather

The Voices of Civil Rights Concert that was scheduled tonight has been canceled. The performance by the the Port Angeles High School… Continue reading

West End emergency response plans to be presented Thursday

Emergency response plans for the West End will be presented and discussed at the Hoh Village Gymnasium on Thursday. Officials with Jefferson and… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: New trainer joins Port Angeles gym; Customer Appreciation Day at First Federal

Marnae Flores recently joined Fitness West, 114 S. Lincoln St., as a personal trainer and fitness instructor. Flores leads cardio kickboxing and… Continue reading

Documentary about sexual shaming to be screened in Port Angeles

“UnSlut: A Documentary Film” about sexual shaming, will be screened Thursday. The Magic of Cinema, the Port Townsend Film Festival and Peninsula… Continue reading

LETTER: We need more details on how we’ll pay for Trump’s border wall

President Donald Trump has promised to build a wall along the Mexican border and to get Mexico to pay for it. The two points in… Continue reading

Libraries offer chance to design computer video games

Flatverse Coding Camps will offer participants the chance to design their own computer video games. The free camps will be from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Sequim event canceled; will be rescheduled … and other items

The North Olympic Women on the Water benefit dinner/dance and silent auction, which was scheduled for Saturday has been canceled. It will be… Continue reading

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Stretching a hand from Forks to India

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Stretching a hand from Forks to India

SOME PEOPLE TEACH and find ways to learn no matter where they go, even if it’s the eastern shore of India. Diane Cowles is the… Continue reading

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Stretching a hand from Forks to India
Snowfall closes schools, delays transit systems across Peninsula

Snowfall closes schools, delays transit systems across Peninsula

Snowfall overnight has closed school districts and delayed transit systems across the North Olympic Peninsula today. The Port Angeles, Sequim, Quilcene and… Continue reading

Snowfall closes schools, delays transit systems across Peninsula