Peninsula Daily News

Clallam, Jefferson counties land millions in grants for salmon projects

The Washington Salmon Recovery Funding Board and the Puget Sound Partnership have awarded $7.8 million in grants to projects on the North Olympic… Continue reading

Grammy-nominated singer in Port Angeles tonight

Five-time Grammy-nominated artist Karrin Allyson will perform at the Port Angeles High School Performing Arts Center at 7 tonight. Ticket prices for… Continue reading

AAUW to host silent auction

AAUW Port Townsend will host its annual Silent Auction on Saturday. Auction proceeds will fund American Association of University Women scholarships and… Continue reading

Building expo offers 78 vendors this weekend

The 21st anniversary Building, Remodeling and Energy Expo will bring 78 vendors to the Sequim High School on Saturday and Sunday. The expo… Continue reading

Now is the time to nominate your local hero.

We are looking for people who make a difference in Clallam County, individuals who have made our communities a better place. Soroptimist International of Port… Continue reading

Wanted: A few good Jefferson County heroes for Heart of Service award

Now is the time to nominate your local hero. We are looking for people who make a difference in Jefferson County, individuals who have made… Continue reading

Medal of Honor recipient to be honored Wednesday

GARDINER — Marvin Glenn Shields, a Port Townsend native, went to Vietnam as a Seabee, the Navy’s mobile construction battalion. While building an Army Special… Continue reading

Bremerton-based Westsound Bank sold

Government regulators have seized Bremerton-based Westsound Bank — which has branches in Port Angeles, Port Townsend and Sequim — and sold it to Kitsap Bank.… Continue reading

Olympic Medical Center commissioner resigns

Gary R. Smith, a member of the seven-member board of commissioners which oversees the operations of Olympic Medical Center, has resigned, effective May 31. Smith,… Continue reading

No review for water flouridation case

PORT ANGELES —The state Supreme Court will not review its September ruling that sided with the city of Port Angeles in a dispute over water… Continue reading

Coronation, ag roundtable, Dragon Dance planned on Peninsula

A festival royalty coronation, a roundtable on agriculture and the Year of the Dog Dragon Dance and Parade are among the upcoming activities on the… Continue reading

Correct puzzle to be published

and the correct answers for the puzzle published Wednesday, Feb. 14 — will be… Continue reading

Forest Service to waive entrance fees for Presidents’ Day; Hurricane Ridge Road expected to be open Saturday through Monday

The U.S. Forest Service will waive fees at day-use recreation sites Monday in honor of Presidents’ Day. This fee waiver includes many picnic areas, boat… Continue reading

Tickets available for heart health education luncheon

Tickets are available now for the Olympic Medical Center Foundation’s 11th annual Red, Set, Go! Heart Luncheon on Friday, Feb. 23. The… Continue reading

Port Angeles teachers receive certification

The Port Angeles School District has announced that six of its teachers received 2017 National Board Certification. The teachers are Sabrina Scruggs,… Continue reading

Thousands more trees planted on Tarboo Creek during Plant-A-Thon

In one day, 180 volunteers planted 4,300 native trees and shrubs along Tarboo Creek. The Northwest Watershed Institute’s Plant-A-Thon, an annual event since… Continue reading

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Jefferson PUD passes audit

During a special meeting with auditors from the state Auditor’s Office, Jefferson County Public Utility District No. 1 received a clean audit for… Continue reading

Brinnon, Queets Clearwater initial results approve school levies

Brinnon School District voters approved continuing a maintenance and operation levy while a small number of votes in the Queets Clearwater School… Continue reading

Port Angeles school levy contest close with majority opposed; Cape Flattery levy passes

Voters in the Port Angeles School District apparently rejected a six-year $46.7 million capital facilities levy — although initial results are close… Continue reading

Toastmasters host speaking contests

Jefferson County Toastmasters are hosting an open house and impromptu speaking contest from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. today. Guests are welcome… Continue reading