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Jerome L. Wright

Peninsula Singers perform first concerts with new director

The Peninsula Singers will perform its first concerts with a new director this weekend. The Saturday and Sunday concerts will be the first… Continue reading

Jerome L. Wright
Buy a raffle ticket for a chance to win the “Peace Cottage” quilt — designed by Lynn Lister, pieced by Vicki Lanham and Karla Lewis, and machine quilted by Esther Alward — at the Fabric of the Forest Quilt Show.

Fabric of the Forest Quilt Show weaves into RainFest

Two weekends of RainFest celebration begin today in Forks. The first weekend of RainFest focuses on the arts, with the Fabric of the… Continue reading

Buy a raffle ticket for a chance to win the “Peace Cottage” quilt — designed by Lynn Lister, pieced by Vicki Lanham and Karla Lewis, and machine quilted by Esther Alward — at the Fabric of the Forest Quilt Show.
Anna Petrova

Internationally known pianist to join Port Angeles Symphony for concert Saturday

The slender woman at the piano coils herself over the keys, bowing her head and raising her eyebrows as the music pours… Continue reading

Anna Petrova

ISSUES OF FAITH: Through Passover, building a bridge to the repair of the world

DURING THE RECENT Jewish holiday of Passover, we celebrated spring’s new birth and a journey from slavery to freedom. We were told to personally “experience”… Continue reading

Jevne, Sequim school co-founder and Vietnam veteran, dies

Jevne, Sequim school co-founder and Vietnam veteran, dies

By Erin Hawkins Olympic Peninsula News Group “Bill lived as well as he died,” Juanita Jevne said. After battling prostate cancer for 22 years, Bill… Continue reading

Jevne, Sequim school co-founder and Vietnam veteran, dies

LETTER: Generous help after fall reaffirmed good in humanity

We recently had a heartwarming experience in Port Angeles that will remain in our memories for a long time. While waiting for the ferry MV… Continue reading

LETTER: Here’s a proposal in place of Wild Olympics legislation

In response to the April 9 letter to Peninsula Voices, “Kitchel’s failure,” we can improve on oxygen output by cutting the tree after its fastest… Continue reading

LETTER: I expected more positive cartoons from my newspaper on Easter Sunday

As I returned home from an inspirational sermon and music on Easter Sunday, I picked up the Peninsula Daily News and flipped through to the… Continue reading

LETTER: Military action not the way to solve tensions in Syria

After seeing the shocking footage of the gassing in Syria, whose emotional trigger would not be pulled toward some sort of action in response? You… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Coast Guard rescues 12-year-old kayakers stranded on Crab Island … and other items

A Coast Guard helicopter crew from Port Angeles flew to assist in a rescue of two 12-year-old kayakers who were stranded on Crab… Continue reading

Parks waive entrance fees

Day-use entrance fees will be waived Saturday at state parks and Saturday and Sunday at Olympic National Park in celebration of National Park Week. Olympic… Continue reading

Poet Laureate Tod Marshall will hold a poetry reading in Forks and a poetry hike and workshop near Port Angeles.

Poet laureate to read from ‘Bugle,’ lead hike this weekend

Washington state’s poet laureate will read his poetry in Forks and lead a hike and writing session along Marymere Falls Trail this weekend. Tod Marshall,… Continue reading

Poet Laureate Tod Marshall will hold a poetry reading in Forks and a poetry hike and workshop near Port Angeles.

Port Townsend concert, gathering focus on race, culture

“True Colors,” and “Being Curious Together About Race” will explore race and culture in interactive activities Saturday and Sunday. Juanita Louise and… Continue reading

RainFest 2017 schedule of events

Here is the schedule of events for RainFest 2017, which will take place on two weekends, today through Sunday and April 28-29. All… Continue reading

Spaghetti, biking, book talks on tap for Peninsula in coming week

A bike ride and spaghetti feast, a book discussion and a chamber music concert are among upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also… Continue reading

Student films screen tonight in Sequim

Nine short films by Sequim students will be screened at 7 tonight. The 12th annual Student Film Festival and Art Show will showcase… Continue reading

Take your ‘Measure’ of Sequim author’s latest thriller at Saturday meet-greet

Take your ‘Measure’ of Sequim author’s latest thriller at Saturday meet-greet

It doesn’t take a detective to see Lisa Preston’s career is on the rise. The 53-year-old… Continue reading

Take your ‘Measure’ of Sequim author’s latest thriller at Saturday meet-greet
A buffalo horn and hoof pincushion from the Jefferson County Historical Society collection.

This ain’t Grandma’s attic: Jefferson County Historical Society unpacks collection on Founders’ Day

The Jefferson County Historical Society, founded in 1879, will celebrate its 138th Founders’ Day with special behind-the-scenes tours of the Historical Research… Continue reading

A buffalo horn and hoof pincushion from the Jefferson County Historical Society collection.

Unemployment rate dips to near-record low in March

Washington’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell from 4.9 percent to 4.7 percent in March — the lowest rate since August 2007, according to… Continue reading

Dungeness River Coalition sends video to lawmakers considering land transfer

Dungeness River Coalition sends video to lawmakers considering land transfer

The Dungeness River Coalition recently sent a film to state officials in Olympia to illustrate a proposed project before final legislative budgets are… Continue reading

Dungeness River Coalition sends video to lawmakers considering land transfer