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PT Songlines Choir to host singalong

Winter Participatory Concert set for Saturday

 

Many thanks: Peninsula residents fill Home Fund coffers to help their neighbors in need

You’ve outdone yourselves. You donated a total of $230,673.15 with hundreds of large and small gifts to the Peninsula Home Fund during the 2019 campaign… Continue reading

 

Snowmageddon 2? Some expect comparable snow levels

Undersheriff encourages everyone to stay home if possible

 

Van De Wege plans bill to force judicial branch to comply with Open Records Act

Area lawmakers also say they will focus on gaps left by Initiative 976

Lost man clad in hospital gown found after going missing

22-year-old was located in Deer Park area

Economic Development Corp. presents annual awards

Recipients are Dorothy Field, PBH, Sound Publishing

Winds, snow and cold: Peninsula to be shivering this week

Some 3-5 inches of snow forecast for Port Angeles, Sequim; Forks, Port Townsend predicted to get 1-2

A sign indicating a ban on camping or overnight parking is posted near the front gate of a parcel Washington State Fish and Wildlife land in the Morse Creek Valley east of Port Angeles.
                                (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Illegal campsites prompt closure of Morse Creek Unit just east of Port Angeles

State Fish and Wildlife officers have closed the 133-acre Morse Creek Unit off the U.S. Highway 101 Morse Creek curve so they… Continue reading

A sign indicating a ban on camping or overnight parking is posted near the front gate of a parcel Washington State Fish and Wildlife land in the Morse Creek Valley east of Port Angeles.
                                (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Handel’s ‘Messiah’ singalong set for Saturday

The public is invited to “join voices” during the 20th-annual community “Messiah” sing-along Saturday. The concert will be from 1 p.m. to 3:30… Continue reading

Boys Girls Clubs children treated to Christmas celebration

Annual event provides a range of gifts, activities for kids

Peninsula retailers pleased with Thanksgiving weekend business

Sales were good all across the North Olympic Peninsula during Black Friday and Small Business Saturday, according to an informal survey of retailers. A sales… Continue reading

Three-year project on Highway 101 comes to a close

Work at Lake Crescent yields road that is ‘a dream to drive on’

Port Angeles city manager outlines objections to Rayonier cleanup proposal

City staff members plan to submit comments by Tuesday’s deadline objecting to the state Department of Ecology’s preferred alternative for cleaning up… Continue reading

Peninsula Home Fund campaign begins

Donations help neighbors in need

Serenity House offering public feast Thanksgiving Day

Volunteers, cooked meal donations welcomed

Manual recount likely in Port Angeles City Council race

Carr maintains slight lead over Napiontek

Port Angeles City Council candidates Nina Napiontek, left, and Navarra Carr chat before a voters forum earlier this year. Carr leads Napiontek for Position 6 on the Port Angeles City Council. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News file)

Carr now leads Napiontek for Port Angeles council seat

Close race could trigger recount if margin doesn’t change

Port Angeles City Council candidates Nina Napiontek, left, and Navarra Carr chat before a voters forum earlier this year. Carr leads Napiontek for Position 6 on the Port Angeles City Council. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News file)

Veterans Park fence design defended in Port Angeles

Mayor Sissi Bruch wants to remove guns

Arts Council will host fundraiser for Community Players

Repurposed theater seat backs to be auctioned off

POINT OF VIEW: Vehicle tabs should be at flat $30 fee

HOW MANY TIMES do we, the people, have to vote for $30 vehicle tabs before our “representatives” respect our decision? Apparently, one more. Initiative 976… Continue reading