Clallam County

Recount finds no change in District Court II judge race

An unofficial recount upheld Erik Rohrer’s 28-vote victory over John Black in the general election race for Clallam County District Court II… Continue reading

Documentary examines drinking water safety

Peninsula College’s Magic of Cinema and the Sierra Club North Olympic Group will host a screening of “What Lies Upstream” at 7… Continue reading

Serenity House of Clallam County selects Ware to lead operations

Executive Director Richard “Doc” Robinson and the board of directors of Serenity House of Clallam County have selected Viola Ware as the… Continue reading

Nazarene Church portrays the Christmas story in Carlsborg

Sequim Valley Nazarene Church is bringing back its living nativity guided tour with live actors and animals to tell the Christmas story. Pastor… Continue reading

Sequim students to stage classic ‘A Christmas Carol’ for two weekends

After a year off, Sequim High students bring back the All-School Play with a Christmas classic. For two weekends they’ll stage Charles Dickens’… Continue reading

Second Saturday Walk to focus on featured artists in Port Angeles

Studio Bob will hold over a show, “The Collective Works of Carolyn Guske and Robert Amaral,” with an artist reception from 5… Continue reading

Art auction, “Spirit of the Yule,” holiday open houses featured on Peninsula

An art auction fundraiser, performances of “Spirit of the Yule” and holiday open houses and concerts are among the upcoming activities on the North Olympic… Continue reading

Concert to feature sing-along, the Hallelujah Chorus and a cookbook

The Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra and Chorus’s performance Saturday will feature a nationally known teenage violinist and a Christmas singalong. The performance… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Bring back the light within us all

THE DAYS HAVE been growing shorter, and even when the sun does shine, it generates so little heat it feels as if it has deserted… Continue reading

Northwinds Homeschool Band to perform free concert

The Northwinds Homeschool Band will perform in a free concert at 7 p.m. Tuesday. The concert will be at Independent Bible Church,… Continue reading

Tree lighting to begin December’s golden art walk in Sequim

Kicking off the First Friday Art Walk will be the Civic Center Tree Lighting Ceremony at 5 p.m. The holiday tree in the… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Memorial Field lighting ribbon-cutting … and other items

A ribbon-cutting celebrating a new lighting system at Memorial Field is planned for 5 p.m. today. The hour-long ceremony, which is free… Continue reading

First show in Port Angeles theater since 2014 opens Friday

The Lincoln Theater will come to life this Friday during the premier of “Snow White and the Five Housemates,” a locally-written Christmas… Continue reading

(Keith Thorpe /Peninsula Daily News)

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe seeks to rename clamming beach

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe is seeking to rename a beach at the mouth of Dean Creek near Blyn. The tribe filed paperwork with… Continue reading

(Keith Thorpe /Peninsula Daily News)

Vivaldi, ‘Nutcracker,’ ‘Hallelujah’: Symphony pulls out the stops

The girl can barely contain herself. “I am really, really excited,” said Charlotte Marckx, the nationally known teenage violinist about to join… Continue reading

‘A Little Kitchen Music’ to play Saturday

The Port Angeles Symphony’s new cookbook filled with appetizers, soups, salads, main courses, vegetables, breads and desserts will go on sale this… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Fire delays deliveries of newspapers … and other items

A fire on the Hood Canal Bridge early Wednesday morning was extinguished in about 30 minutes. Although the highway was cleared at 1:02… Continue reading

Help offered to navigate health insurance exchange

Open enrollment for health insurance plans through the Washington Health Benefit Exchange will end Dec. 15 and North Olympic Peninsula medical groups… Continue reading

A reason to smile: Home Fund helps dental clinic see more patients

When the man in the charcoal-gray scrubs smiles and says, “I’m Joe,” you know you’re not in the average dental office. People… Continue reading