Peninsula Daily News

EYE ON CLALLAM: Commissioners to discuss marine center funding

Clallam County commissioners will discuss a Lodging Tax Advisory Committee recommendation to allocate $50,000 to the Feiro Marine Life Center at a meeting that begins… Continue reading

Port Angeles students to present John Patrick Shanley vignettes

Port Angeles High School will present “Welcome to the Moon and Other Plays” by John Patrick Shanley this week. Performances are set… Continue reading

Best of the Peninsula voting is underway now through May 31. Click here to vote today!

It’s time again to vote for Best of the Peninsula in separate Clallam County and Jefferson County polling. All voting for the scores of categories… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Monthly luncheon meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 11:15 a.m. in the… Continue reading

Final week of four-hour delays set for Highway 101 around Lake Crescent

This week will be the final one with scheduled four-hour delays at a point on U.S. Highway 101 as it wends… Continue reading

House leaders move to suspend state lawmaker

Washington state Democratic House leaders are moving to suspend a state lawmaker from his legislative committee chairmanship following accusations of inappropriate behavior. House… Continue reading

International birding discussed

Noah Strycker will present “Birding Without Borders” at the Sequim Library on Tuesday and the Port Angeles library on Wednesday. Both presentations are free and… Continue reading

One-vehicle wreck on Highway 110 investigated

The Clallam County Sheriff’s Office was investigating a one-vehicle, rollover wreck on state Highway 110 near Forks on Saturday. All occupants were out… Continue reading

Theater troupe to explore Second Amendment right, guns

Is the right to bear arms important to you? Is gun control important to you? What is going on for people underneath… Continue reading

Toastmasters expert to talk on public speaking

Seattle expert Jim Sultan will present “Taking the Fear Out of Public Speaking” at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Hosted by Skwim Toastmasters, the event… Continue reading

Tsunami siren system to be tested Monday

Winchester chimes will be heard at noon Monday in Clallam and Jefferson counties during a test of the tsunami siren system. Those… Continue reading

‘Mastodon in the front yard’ featured in History Tales

Clare Manis Hatler will tell the story of the Manis Mastodon site at the North Olympic History Center’s History Tales presentation at… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Candlelight vigil slated for Saturday … and other items

A candlelight vigil to support Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women is planned Saturday. The vigil will be from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.… Continue reading

Clallam Marine Resources Committee offers internships

Clallam Marine Resources Committee is accepting applications now for six student internships, five for the summer and one long-term. Applications are due… Continue reading

‘Women in Music’ focus of Sunday concert in Port Townsend

The Ladies’ Chamber Orchestra and Benevolent Society, an ensemble now in its third year, will host its spring “Women in Music” concert… Continue reading

Art show, silent auction slated for weekend

The Olympic Peninsula Art Association will host its annual Members’ Show and Silent Auction Fundraiser today, Saturday and Sunday. The public is welcome… Continue reading

Lady Washington in Port Townsend this weekend

The tall ship Lady Washington is available for dockside tours and sails this weekend. The tall ship, part of the Washington-based nonprofit… Continue reading

More than 300 expected to flee zombies in Peninsula College mud run

A field of more than 300 is expected for Peninsula College’s mud run and obstacle race Saturday, as final preparations are underway… Continue reading

Paintings, woodworking, glass, jewelry on Port Townsend Gallery Walk

Paintings, woodworking, glass and jewelry will be on display during the Port Townsend Gallery Walk from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday.… Continue reading

Port Angeles Symphony presents a night at the opera

The crowd went nuts. Leaping to their feet, they cheered the singers, who took bow after bow. The new production was a… Continue reading