Peninsula Daily News

Annual Trivia Night at Masonic Temple on Saturday

Trivia buffs and music fans take note: Port Angeles High School Band Boosters’ sixth annual Trivia Night Extravaganza takes flight Saturday at… Continue reading

College students open “Opioids” tonight

For one quarter each year, students in Peninsula College’s drama program collaborate to write and produce their own play. This year’s production… Continue reading

Colon cancer screening seminar March 13 in Port Townsend will discuss different methods

Jefferson Healthcare will host a seminar on colon cancer screening at 5 p.m. Wednesday. The seminar “Colorectal Cancer Awareness: Screening Methods and… Continue reading

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

There will be a World Day of Prayer observance from 7 to 8 tonight. The service will be held in Holy Trinity… Continue reading

Health Fair set for today at Holy Trinity

Clallam Mosaic will present a Health Fair from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. today at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. The free fair… Continue reading

Playfest begins final weekend in Port Townsend today

The second weekend of the 23rd annual PlayFest, a showcase of new works by nationally known and local playwrights, continues today. Single… Continue reading

Port Angeles resident makes Georgia State University dean’s list

Georgia State University recently announced that Tuan Le of Port Angeles was named to its fall 2018 dean’s list. To be eligible for… Continue reading

Second Saturday features local artists

Studio Bob will present the inaugural “Bring Your Own Erotic Art” show for Second Saturday weekend. The show at 118½ E. Front… Continue reading

Sequim band to kick-start spring with concert

The Sequim City Band will kick-start the transition to warmer months with a Sweet Suites concert at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Sequim… Continue reading

Snow hits in East Jefferson County again

Schools in Brinnon and Quilcene delayed classes by two hours Thursday because of snow. A late winter storm Thursday morning left 3 to… Continue reading

BLOCK fest coming to Forks library

Parenting Matters Foundation and the First Teacher Program will host Block Fest at 10:30 a.m. Friday. The early learning program will be held… Continue reading

LETTER: Canoe’s return sparks friendly memory

The canoe featured in a recent edition looks as if it could be one crafted by my old friend Bill Penn, of La Push, who… Continue reading

LETTER: Tax credit program a blatant attempt at theft

This letter is in response to the article “School tax credit urged.” (PDN, March 1) Does Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos think the American… Continue reading

Monthly Drink and Draw event invites the public to sketch and sip

The public is invited to Drink and Draw at 7 tonight. The free event is for all ages at the Loom in… Continue reading

OMC honors staff members

Olympic Medical Center honored five staff members at a recent meeting of its board of commissioners. Staff members recognized were Lori Spink,… Continue reading

Scholarships, grants available for students

The Clallam County Physicians Community Benefit Fund recently announced that it is accepting applications for academic scholarships and for community grants. Scholarship… Continue reading

TeenBookCloud added to NOLS

The North Olympic Library System recently announced the addition of TeenBookCloud to its menu of online resources. TeenBookCloud is a streaming service… Continue reading

PHOTO: A new queen reigns over Clallam County Fair

Clallam County Fair royalty are, from left, Princess Rebekah Parker, 15, of Sequim, Queen Saydee Peters, 18, of Forks, and Princess Sammi Bates, 18, of… Continue reading

Wilderness reservations going online

The Olympic National Park Wilderness Information Center will change to an online reservation system beginning at noon March 18. The new system… Continue reading

Award-winning author to speak at Soroptimist meeting Friday

Local author Kate McDermott will address a meeting of the Soroptimist International of Port Angeles — Noon Club at noon Friday. The… Continue reading