Through Nov. 28, more than 70 pieces of original artwork from 31 fiber artists are on display at the Museum and Arts Center, 175 W. Cedar St., Sequim, as part of the North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival that was held Oct. 2-4.
Commissioners serve 6-year-terms and supervise the Port of Port Angeles holdings, including the Boat Haven, at the Port Angeles Harbor, William R. Fairchild International Airport in Port Angeles and John Wayne Marina on Sequim Bay. Brad Collins and John Calhoun are contesting for District 3, open to residents of the county’s West End.
Four of the five seats up for election on the seven-member board that oversees Hospital District 2 — Olympic Medical Center — are uncontested, held by incumbents Arlene Engel, Jim Cammack and Jim Leskinovitch.
Both positions for the Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center board of commissioners are contested. Incumbent Susan Sorensen and challenger Jan Richardson are running for position No. 1 while Noelle Levesque challenges incumbent Robert Macaulay for position No. 2.
SHINE – Motorists who use the SR 104 Hood Canal Bridge can look forward to a smoother ride next week as WSDOT and crews from contractor Kiewit-General of Poulsbo begin grinding operations on the east half concrete bridge deck.
Visit the Tribal Center of the Jamestown S'Klallam, 1033 Old Blyn Highway, Blyn, for a guided tour of the tribe's renowned totem poles. The tour begins at 2 p.m., Friday, Oct. 30, and costs $20 per person.
The SunLand Golf and Country Club is seeking financial assistance from the SunLand Owners Association to prevent the golf course from closing, which potentially could reduce property values by as much as one-third.
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