Leah Leach

Strawberry shortcake sales set for noon today (Sunday)

Public safety issue only delayed fundraiser a day

Venita “Nita” Lynn, executive director of First Step Family Support Center in Port Angeles, is retiring after nearly 40 years of service in Clallam County. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Builder of First Step to step down

Retirement party set for Thursday

Venita “Nita” Lynn, executive director of First Step Family Support Center in Port Angeles, is retiring after nearly 40 years of service in Clallam County. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Hilary Soderling of Kirkland, left, and her mother, Lou Ann Soderling of Port Angeles, participate in Saturday’s rally at the Clallam County Courthouse. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Overturning Roe v. Wade draws protests

Rally participants: Decision doesn’t represent majority

Hilary Soderling of Kirkland, left, and her mother, Lou Ann Soderling of Port Angeles, participate in Saturday’s rally at the Clallam County Courthouse. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Initiative’s last act funds digital navigator

Low-income students were helped with remote learning

Traffic snarl surprises work crews

DOT reevaluating getting Port Angeles work done

Volunteers sought for OlyCap food distribution to seniors, low-income adults

Volunteers are needed to deliver food in Clallam County through Olympic Community Action Program’s Retired & Senior Volunteer Program. The Olympic Community… Continue reading

Ryan Malane with one of his cats.

Business community mourns Ryan Malane

Sudden death leaves people ‘heartbroken’

Ryan Malane with one of his cats.

Jefferson County Fairgrounds seeking possiblities for growth

Manager: Space more than area for annual county fair

Law enforcement to run with Special Olympic torch

Law enforcement agencies from both Clallam and Jefferson counties will carry the Special Olympics Torch across the North Olympic Peninsula in support of Special Olympics… Continue reading

Joint collaboration earns statewide honor

Intergovernmental Collaborative Group wins award for Port Townsend

The late Dorothea Morgan's work will be displayed at a memorial show at Studio Bob on Saturday and Sunday.

Dorothea Morgan Memorial Art Show begins Saturday

Exhibit at Studio Bob to be continued on Sunday

The late Dorothea Morgan's work will be displayed at a memorial show at Studio Bob on Saturday and Sunday.

March for Our Lives planned in Sequim on Saturday

Rally combined with one originally set in Port Townsend

Anson K. Sin

Classical pianist to perform on Peninsula

Classical pianist Anson K. Sin will perform a solo recital in Peninsula College’s Maier Performance Hall at 7 p.m. Monday. The alumnus… Continue reading

Anson K. Sin
Printmaker Philip Carrico’s Ebony and Ivory is on view at Port Townsend Gallery.

Galleries open for Art Walk

Saturday evening explorations prepared in Port Townsend

Printmaker Philip Carrico’s Ebony and Ivory is on view at Port Townsend Gallery.

Land buy finished for housing site

Permanently affordable homes goal of Port Hadlock development

Henry Antrobus (Gabe Mills) helps his mom (Deanna Eikhoff) look for whales in Atlantic City, while his sister, Gladys (Juliette Burnette) tells her dad (Mark Valentine) how deep the ocean is.

Community Players celebrate 50 years of theater

Playhouse opened with ‘Skin of Our Teeth’ in 1971

Henry Antrobus (Gabe Mills) helps his mom (Deanna Eikhoff) look for whales in Atlantic City, while his sister, Gladys (Juliette Burnette) tells her dad (Mark Valentine) how deep the ocean is.
Emma Bolin, interim director of Community and Economic Development for the city of Port Angeles, has accepted a job with the city of Port Townsend. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles chief to move to Port Townsend post

Housing, code issues addressed in both Peninsula towns

Emma Bolin, interim director of Community and Economic Development for the city of Port Angeles, has accepted a job with the city of Port Townsend. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Greg Brotherton.
Greg Brotherton.
Conductor and Music Director Jonathan Pasternack bows to the audience after the Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra's return to the stage this past season. photo courtesy Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra

Port Angeles Symphony wraps season, looks ahead

Thirteen concerts planned next season

Conductor and Music Director Jonathan Pasternack bows to the audience after the Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra's return to the stage this past season. photo courtesy Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra