Peninsula Daily News

This week’s business meetings

Luncheon meetings are usually Wednesdays at noon at Blakeslee’s Bar & Grill, 1222 S. Forks Ave. This Wednesday’s speaker… Continue reading

EYE ON JEFFERSON: County to consider 2018 budget

The three Jefferson County commissioners will consider adopting a final 2018 budget at 10 a.m. Monday. The meeting will start at 9 a.m. in commissioners’… Continue reading

Port Angeles man to be cited for DUI in Forks wreck

A Port Angeles man was listed in serious condition at Harborview Medical Center on Saturday after the Nissan Xterra he was driving hit… Continue reading

Furniture, sales, live music offered during Second Saturday Art Walk

Hand-painted furniture, special holiday sales and live music are among the attractions offered during the Second Saturday Art Walk in Port Angeles.… Continue reading

Port Angeles, Sequim, Neah Bay football teams ranked in state polls

SEATTLE — Could Port Angeles and Sequim be headed on a collision course toward another Olympic League football championship game this fall? If the state's… Continue reading

Discovery Bay closed to shellfish harvesting

Discovery Bay in Jefferson and Clallam counties has been closed to recreational harvesting of shellfish because of a high level of marine… Continue reading

Climate change, oceans focus of Fort Worden lecture

Effects of low oxygen in the oceans will be explored in the next installment of the Port Townsend Marine Life Center’s lecture… Continue reading

Daddy-Daughter Dance, children’s event set this week

The annual Cherish Our Children event in La Push and a Daddy-Daughter Dance in Port Angeles are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic… Continue reading

Gingerbread Dwelling Contest set in Clallam Bay

The Clallam Bay Library will host an all-ages Gingerbread Dwelling Contest next week. Entries of edible homes, huts, castles and cabins can… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Town hall meeting rescheduled … and other items

A town hall meeting scheduled for Forks on Tuesday will be rescheduled due to a critical meeting on water rights. The meeting —… Continue reading

Talbot to perform tonight at Northwind Arts

Northwind Arts Center will join Matt Miner Presents in welcoming singer-songwriter Nathaniel Talbot for an evening of original songs at 7 tonight.… Continue reading

Wild Rose Chorale Friends Holiday Concerts tonight, Sunday

The Wild Rose Chorale will present several community music groups for a varied and rousing holiday program in its Wild Rose Chorale… Continue reading

Records specialist to retire from Port Angeles Police Department

After 32½ years of service at the Port Angeles Police Department, Ed Schilke will retire from the department. Schilke’s last day will… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: ICAN Nobel Peace Prize … and other items

A celebration of the awarding of the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize to International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons is planned in Port… Continue reading

Free Microsoft certification exams offered this month

Free Microsoft certification exams will be offered this month at the Port Angeles, Forks and Sequim public libraries. The Microsoft Office Specialist and Microsoft Technology… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: OMC board set to meet Wednesday … and other items

The Olympic Medical Center Board of Commissioners will discuss the hospital’s Combined Fund Drive Celebration at its 12:30 p.m. meeting Wednesday. Commissioners… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula Humane Society hires new director

Luanne Hinkle has been named the next executive director of the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society. With Hinkle’s hiring, the nonprofit’s board of… Continue reading

Tsunami sirens to sound in test at noon today

Alarm sirens will sound along the low-lying coastal beaches in Clallam and Jefferson counties at noon today. Clallam and Jefferson County share a coastline with… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Inaugural meeting of board in Port Angeles … and other items

The Homeward Bound Olympic Housing Trust elected a new board of trustees during its first board meeting Nov. 4. Those elected include… Continue reading