Clallam County

North Olympic Healthcare Network to expand in Port Angeles

North Olympic Healthcare Network will soon be able to see patients the same day they call. NOHN is preparing to open its… Continue reading

From Tibet to the Peninsula: Yaks are settling in

This is a story of a hat leading to a new life. Patricia Young worked at Tango Zulu Imports, a fair-trade shop in Port Gamble,… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, left, examines a steampunk-themed metal artwork created by Peninsula College welding students, from left, Ellis Henderson of Port Townsend, and Nathan Hofer and Matthew Weaver of Port Angeles during the governor’s tour of the college’s welding class on the Port Angeles campus on Thursday. The shop tour was part of a presentation on economic opportunities and partnerships in the maritime industries on the North Olympic Peninsula.

Inslee focuses on maritime industry during tour of Peninsula

Gov. Jay Inslee visited the North Olympic Peninsula on Thursday to discuss the area’s maritime industry and celebrate a collaborative spirit among businesses, local governments,… Continue reading

Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, left, examines a steampunk-themed metal artwork created by Peninsula College welding students, from left, Ellis Henderson of Port Townsend, and Nathan Hofer and Matthew Weaver of Port Angeles during the governor’s tour of the college’s welding class on the Port Angeles campus on Thursday. The shop tour was part of a presentation on economic opportunities and partnerships in the maritime industries on the North Olympic Peninsula.

Washout spurs creative work-arounds to New Dungeness Light Station

The New Dungeness Light Station Association is using a boat to keep up its program… Continue reading

Port Angeles Food Bank sets listening sessions

The Port Angeles Food Bank has scheduled two days of community listening sessions, with the first set for Saturday. “After serving the… Continue reading

OMC Foundation presents hospital with $150,000

The Olympic Medical Center Foundation has presented $150,000 to OMC to purchase a nuclear imaging camera for cardiac stress testing. The donation… Continue reading

Federal funds to go to Quilcene hatchery

Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke has announced $50 million in approved funding to rebuild some U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service infrastructure,… Continue reading

Artists invited to ‘Brush Off’ for Second Weekend

Studio Bob will highlight its fifth annual “Brush Off” performance painting challenge where the artists are the stars of the show Saturday.… Continue reading

Drip irrigation for gardeners to be explained

Clallam County Master Gardener Susan Kalmar will present information to demystify drip irrigation systems for the do-it-yourself gardener at noon Thursday. The… Continue reading

Get tips on tomatoes, veggies at ‘Second Saturday’ walk

Veteran Master Gardeners Laurel Moulton, Audreen Williams and Jeanette Stehr-Green will provide gardening tips from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Saturday at… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Look for life’s answers in the gospels

AS WE SEE an increase in those individuals who believe in “nothing” or “nones,” as they are commonly called, we see an increase in a… Continue reading

Navy Band brings brass to maritime fest

On Saturday and Sunday, Navy Band Northwest’s Brass Band will perform at the Port Angeles Maritime Festival. Their free performances will begin… Continue reading

Port Angeles launches new Maritime Festival

The inaugural Port Angeles Maritime Festival is planned Saturday and Sunday along the Port Angeles waterfront. Produced by a consortium of organizations… Continue reading

Sequim bonsai show set for Saturday

Some of their subjects may be diminutive, but aficionados’ interest in the ancient art of bonsai is anything but small. The Dungeness Bonsai… Continue reading

Sequim orchestra to mark milestones

The Sequim Community Orchestra will conclude its 2018 season with its ninth annual spring concert at 7 tonight at Trinity United Methodist Church.… Continue reading

Tall ships offer opportunities to wet your sailing whistle

The tall ships Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain will arrive at City Pier today to offer tours and sailings at various times… Continue reading

Rape trial expected to go to jury today

The trial of a 32-year-old Sequim man accused… Continue reading

New state laws take effect today

More than 200 new laws take effect in Washington state this week, including a package of bills meant to address sexual misconduct at the workplace.… Continue reading

Sequim Service Fest runs weekdays through June 15

“You wouldn’t believe how good this feels,” said Mark Powless, standing in front of his Sequim home. The retired Costco worker watched as… Continue reading

Peninsula College’s The Buccaneer brings home 7 awards

The staff of the Buccaneer, Peninsula College’s student newspaper, earned seven honors in the Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators 2018 Contest,… Continue reading