Peninsula Daily News

Bob Boardman Memorial Dance set Saturday

The late Bob Boardman continues to inspire dance seven years after his death. This Saturday, a special contra dance will celebrate the… Continue reading

Christmas carol set in Port Townsend opens this weekend

Port Townsend’s take on the Charles Dickens’ classic “A Christmas Carol” had already neared capacity for its opening weekend performances by Wednesday.… Continue reading

Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News An antique fire engine, known as Sparky, was decorated last week for the Port Angeles Fire Department’s 32th Annual Operation Candy Cane, which is in progress each evening through Thursday.

Firefighters collect donations in Port Angeles, Sequim

Firefighters in Port Angeles and Sequim are collecting donations this Christmas season. The Port Angeles Fire Department’s 33th annual Operation Candy Cane will begin Saturday… Continue reading

Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News An antique fire engine, known as Sparky, was decorated last week for the Port Angeles Fire Department’s 32th Annual Operation Candy Cane, which is in progress each evening through Thursday.

Matinee planned in Coyle on Sunday

COYLE— Folk/Americana singer-songwriter Jaspar Lepak will deliver sweeping melodies Sunday afternoon. Lepak will perform a matinee concert at Laurel B. Johnson Community Center, 923 Hazel… Continue reading

Matthew Shipp Trio to perform at Peninsula College

Peninsula College caught New York City-based Matthew Shipp Trio at the right place and the right time. Between Seattle’s Earshot Jazz Festival… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: One lane of Highway 112 blocked today … and other items

Drivers on state Highway 112 will encounter a closed lane as state Department of Transportation crews conduct storm repairs today, Transportation said Thursday.… Continue reading

Hand drum maker Tom Stewart’s 194th drum will be displayed in Gallery 9, 1012 Water St., Saturday for Port Townsend’s Gallery Walk. (Tom Stewart)

Port Townsend Gallery Walk to feature jewelry, painting, drums

A tapestry of jewels awaits Gallery Walk patrons Saturday night. Jewelers Addy Thornton, Andrea Guarino-Slemmons, Shirley Moss and Suzy Louise will be… Continue reading

Hand drum maker Tom Stewart’s 194th drum will be displayed in Gallery 9, 1012 Water St., Saturday for Port Townsend’s Gallery Walk. (Tom Stewart)

Living with disability topic of Port Angeles presentation

“If you are disabled, you are just like everyone else … just living life in a different way.” Three days before International… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Kilmer plans phone town hall meetings; Planned Parenthood to host event

U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer will host a telephone town hall at 6:15 p.m. Thursday. Residents of the 6th Congressional District, which includes the North Olympic… Continue reading

Story Slam brings the ‘Unexpected’ next week

Olympic Theatre Arts and the Story People of Clallam County will bring the “Unexpected” to the OTA stage Thursday. The Story Slam with… Continue reading

Tickets on sale now for White Christmas

Tickets are on sale now for Irvin Berlin’s “White Christmas” by Ghostlight Productions. The show — which is based on the musical, “White… Continue reading

High winds, possible landslides forecast for Western Washington

The National Weather Service is advising parts of the Olympic Peninsula to be ready for high winds and potential landslides into today. The weather service… Continue reading

Tree cards for Plant-A-Thon available now

Honorary Tree Cards for the Plant-A-Thon, decorated with artist Hannah Viano’s “A New Generation,” are on sale now. Viano, who was selected… Continue reading

OUR VIEW: Port Angeles must build a suicide barrier

something generally viewed as a character flaw — for… Continue reading

OUR VIEW: Speak out on massive park fee hike

WE NEED TO yell our heads off. The Trump administration has proposed that entrance fees be raised nearly three times from $25 per carload to… Continue reading

City of Sequim employee retires after three decades

Sequim Public Works employee Clint Rushton has retired after 33 years of service. Rushton retired Wednesday. He began work with the city of… Continue reading

Peninsula College Jazz Ensemble to present free fall concert

Live jazz composed between 1936 and 2017 will emanate across the Peninsula College campus in Port Angeles on Tuesday. The Peninsula College… Continue reading

Jefferson businesses report top sellers; shopping reported strong

Port Townsend businesses reported a flurry of sales on the weekend following Thanksgiving. “We’re doing fabulous this weekend, especially today,” said Judy… Continue reading

Award-winning poet to read Tuesday

An award-winning S’Klallam poet will read from his work Tuesday. Duane Niatum, a Jamestown S’Klallam elder, will read at 4 p.m. in the… Continue reading

EYE ON JEFFERSON: County commissioners to mull declaring emergency for road repairs

The three Jefferson County commissioners will consider declaring an emergency to allow immediate repair of the Upper Hoh Road and other roads when they meet… Continue reading