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As we continue to emerge from the pandemic, there’s a sense of relief and optimism that things will return to normal. Long-awaited family gatherings, birthday parties, and graduation ceremonies … more
This week's toon by Nhatt Nichols. more
I firmly believe nobody does a love song quite like Otis Redding, equipped with his swoon-inducing voice. Dizzying and dreamy are his soulful pipes paired with delicate guitar strums in songs like … more
I was standing at the Haller Fountain looking up Taylor Street past the gleaming copper roof of the Elks Building, the sun was shining, the block was buzzing with activity, and there was a cruise … more
Happy Solstice everyone! Summer has finally arrived, and the birds are busy.  With the Fourth of July holiday approaching, I thought it appropriate to take an appreciative look at the Bald … more
As a product of the U.S. Midwest I suggest this time of year is supposed to be hot, just not here in the Great Pacific Northwest. But it is.  Our daughter from Seattle and her family came out … more
Big Bang Series: The love of fireworks — the smaller ones, not the colorful public displays — are mostly a guy thing. Testosterone poisoning. I’m a good example. Aloha, oy: I … more
In a column about gardens, we need to talk about some important members of the animal kingdom — arthropods. The biologist and naturalist E.O. Wilson calls them “little things that run the … more
The ninth annual All County Picnic invites East Jefferson County to strengthen neighborhood networks as part of a community-wide celebration of resilience and emergency preparedness. This … more
Editor’s note: At the last meeting of the Chimacum School Board meeting, student Eugenia Frank reflected on the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on students. Below are her comments to the … more
The weather has been great, right?  What does it really mean around here? The answer is provided by your out-of-town friends and family as they come to visit.  Sure, they are welcome … more
Mosses are among the oldest plants on earth, originating more than 400 million years ago.  These tiny, elfin mosses play an outsize role in diverse habitats around the … more
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