Peninsula Daily News

Battle of Books, ice cream social, book readings on Peninsula

Battle of the Books, an ice cream social and book readings are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic Peninsula. Information also is available… Continue reading


Appeals to be heard on values in Port Townsend

The Jefferson County Board of Equalization will conduct several hearings on appeals of assessed value of private property when it meets at… Continue reading


Cowlitz County fire threatens homes

High winds are spreading fires in southwest Washington and western Oregon, according to a Portland, Ore., television station which reported dozens of brush… Continue reading


Tickets on sale for Friends of NRA dinner

Tickets are on sale now for the Northwest Peninsula Friends of the NRA’s group’s 2019 annual dinner and auction at 5:30 p.m.… Continue reading

Flute sonatas Salish Sea Early Music Festival in Port Townsend

The Salish Sea Early Music Festival will continue its season at 2 p.m. Saturday. The concert will be at St. Paul’s Episcopal… Continue reading

Imagined Reality improv troupe returns to OTA

Olympic Theatre Arts will once again welcome a Bainbridge Island improvisational comedy group, “Imagined Reality,” for their second appearance at OTA at 7… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Unity guest speaker set for weekend … and other items

The Rev. Donna Little will present “The Law of Giving and Receiving” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Little will teach at Unity in… Continue reading

Northwind to host Port Townsend performer

Northwind Arts Center will host Port Townsend-based singer-songwriter Simon Lynge at 7 tonight. Tickets are $15 each from or at the… Continue reading

PHOTO: House barge launched in Port Townsend

The Bella Barca, a 51-foot wooden house barge built in the 1970s, was launched with the tide at 1 a.m. Thursday at… Continue reading

Sequim Lavender Farmers Association makes donation

The Sequim Lavender Farmers Association recently announced the local nonprofits that benefited from the 2018 Tour de Lavender. According to a press release,… Continue reading

Steelhead focus of Evening Talks at ONRC in Forks

The Olympic Natural Resources Center will host the opening lectures in its 2019 Steelhead Review during the Evening Talks series at 7 tonight.… Continue reading

UW dean’s list released

The University of Washington has released its dean’s list for autumn 2018. To qualify for the list a student must complete at least… Continue reading

Violin virtuoso to debut at Candlelight Concert

For the first time, violinist Claire Martin will perform in the Candlelight Concert Series, showcasing solo violin pieces with a theme of… Continue reading

Volunteers needed to help plant native trees along Dungeness River on Saturday

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe and the North Olympic Salmon Coalition are seeking volunteers to help plant native trees along the Dungeness River from… Continue reading

Sequim Elks host gypsy jazz, classic rock groups

The Sequim Elks Lodge will hosts a pair of bands with contrasting styles today and Sunday. Both will be at 6 p.m. at… Continue reading

Eat, talk, see art at Port Angeles Fine Arts Center

Event is the second in the center’s Dinner Talk series

Renovations ongoing at Port Angeles Library through April 12

The North Olympic Library System (NOLS) has announced that a renovation project is underway at the Port Angeles Library from now through… Continue reading

Lower Elwha Wellness Center hosts open house today

The Lower Elwha Wellness Center will host an open house from 9 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. today, Thursday, March 21. The open… Continue reading

Free hospice class set for Port Angeles

Dr. Paul Cunningham will present “Maximizing Quality of Life — With Peace in Your Decisions” from 10 a.m. to noon Friday, March… Continue reading

Some Peninsula law enforcement agencies assisting in bump stock buyback

Several North Olympic Peninsula law enforcement agencies will accept residents’ bump stocks to assist the State Patrol’s buyback program before a federal law bans the… Continue reading