Morgan Bartholick portrays The Dame in the PA Panto production of “Goldilocks and the Ultimate Rampage,” that opens Friday. (Submitted photo)

PA Panto presents musical comedy that celebrates life in Clallam County

‘Goldilocks and the Ultimate Rampage’ opens Friday

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Seagull cause of brief power outage

About 2,000 people lost electricity in Port Angeles

Lilly Gulden checks that the are lights are glowing on a metal Christmas tree skeleton while Jefferson County Fairgrounds manager Danny McEnerney paints lettering for a display all in preparation of the opening of the Magic of Christmas event at the fairgrounds on Thursday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Magic of Christmas to open Thursday at fairgrounds

Reindeer highlight free festival through weekend

Mike Chapman.

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Chapman outlines Democrats’ plans

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Official: Pool, golf course projects could complement each other

Input sessions in progress with next one Dec. 20

Hurricane Ridge Road expected to be open this weekend

Snow plow fire charred hopes for last week

Volunteers at the Market. Photo courtesy of Port Angeles Food Bank.

Holiday Donation Match for PA Food Bank

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Sandie Kiehl of Sequim, left, makes a purchase from Pat Snyder of Sequim-based China Cat Creations during Saturday's Homemade Christmas Craft Fair at the Sequim Prairie Grange near Carlsborg. The event featured dozens of vendors with a wide variety of  holiday gifts and gift ideas created by local artisans.

Christmas crafts on display in Sequim

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Santa, Christopher Thomsen, holds Lizzie on Sunday at Airport Garden and Nursery in Port Angeles as part of a fundraiser for the Peninsula Friends of Animals. More than a dozen dogs, some more wiggly than others, sat in Santa’s lap for a photo. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Furry fundraiser

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Santa tides down Forks Avenue in the West End Business Professional Association train on Saturday evening during the 21st annual Twinkle Light Parade before lighting the Forks Community Tree at the intersection of Sol Duc Way and Forks Avenue. Before and after the parade, the public viewed the Soroptimist International of the Olympic Rain Forest’s annual Festival of Trees. Trees were auctioned off Sunday. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

Twinkle Light Parade

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A runner starts his ascent Friday on the Taylor Street stairs in downtown Port Townsend, where the city's Christmas tree stands ready for lighting at about 4:30 p.m. today. Santa will arrive on the Kiwanis Choo Choo after listening  to the children's requests at Flagship Landing earlier in the day, Caroling with the Wild Rose Choral and ornament-making at the Tyler Street Plazas tent also are planned today.

Holiday preparations in Port Townsend

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Mike Chapman.

Police, housing to be priorities

Chapman outlines Democrats’ plans

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Crime

Port Angeles man, 89, convicted of second-degree incest

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Business

Todd Ortloff Show guests this week

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Life

Learning our landscape lecture online

David Brownell will present “Learning Our Landscape: Archaeology and Artifacts of the Sequim Bypass Sites” at 3 p.m.… Continue reading

 

KEITH THORPE/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS
Sandie Kiehl of Sequim, left, makes a purchase from Pat Snyder of Sequim-based China Cat Creations during Saturday's Homemade Christmas Craft Fair at the Sequim Prairie Grange near Carlsborg. The event featured dozens of vendors with a wide variety of  holiday gifts and gift ideas created by local artisans.

Christmas crafts on display in Sequim

Sandie Kiehl of Sequim, left, makes a purchase from Pat Snyder of Sequim-based China Cat Creations during Saturday’s Homemade Christmas… Continue reading

 

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