Peninsula Daily News

COVID-19 cases keep rising on Peninsula

Olympic Medical Center transfers cases to Jefferson Healthcare


DOT cancels overnight Hood Canal Bridge closures for fourth time

New closures set for next week; if those are canceled, disruption will be scheduled for following week


Home loan office relocates to Front Street in Port Angeles

Evergreen Home Loans has moved its Port Angeles office to 1205 E. Front St. For more information, call 360-203-3690 or visit… Continue reading


Navy plans security exercise

Naval Magazine Indian Island will conduct security training exercises today and Thursday. Training activities today will take place near the installation’s main… Continue reading

New plumbing business opens in Sequim

Rick and Candice Parker have opened SeaGreen Plumbing. The plumbing repair and service business specializes in water heating and gas piping. For more… Continue reading

Alzheimer’s association to host online support groups in Port Angeles

The Alzheimer’s Association of Washington State and Northern Idaho will host two caregiver support groups online in Port Angeles. One group will… Continue reading

Clallam Genealogy Society to present free class

The Clallam County Genealogical Society will present “I Know Nothing About Genealogy” at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. The free class will be taught… Continue reading

Co-op Farm and Garden to host 87th stockholder-member meeting

The Co-op Farm and Garden will host its 87th stockholder-member meeting at 7 p.m. Monday. The annual meeting will be conducted virtually on… Continue reading

Forks resident named to honor roll at Oklahoma State University

Jessica Nicole Paul of Forks has been named to the fall 2021 dean’s honor roll at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Okla.… Continue reading

Jefferson County Library to host climate change, renewable energy series

The Jefferson County Library will host “Renewables Are Necessary but Not Sufficient” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. The free, monthly discussion series will… Continue reading

North Olympic Library System to offer take-and-make hot cocoa bomb kits

Beginning Friday, DIY Hot Cocoa Bomb take-and-make kits are available for pickup. The free kits, designed for ages 5 and older, are… Continue reading

Peninsula residents named to honor rolls at colleges in Spokane

The Community Colleges of Spokane have released the fall 2021 honor rolls for its two colleges. Megan Ajde of Chimacum, Kayla Aubertin of… Continue reading

Port Angeles business opens new moving truck rental franchise

Burke’s Flooring has opened a U-Haul franchise in Gales Addition. The business, at 125 N. Gales St., is open daily from 9… Continue reading

Presentation to focus on Facebook, Instagram advertising

Keven Elliff will present “Facebook/IG Advertising: Leveraging the New Reality” at 9 a.m. Thursday. The free marketing workshop is sponsored by the… Continue reading

‘Since I Been Down’ screened this week

Panel discussions scheduled after film

Beach cleanup, free film, free entrance at state parks planned on Monday

A beach cleanup, a free film and free parking at state parks are planned in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day… Continue reading

Coat drive continues in Sequim

Windermere Sequim is hosting a coat drive through the end of January. New and lightly used winter coats, hats and gloves can be… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Virtual meeting 7:30 a.m. Tuesday via Zoom. The Zoom link is, with Meeting ID 773 580 3377. •… Continue reading

How to donate to and apply for Peninsula Home Fund

The Peninsula Home Fund never closes. It can accept donations all year long. Donations provide money for Olympic Community Action Programs (OlyCAP) case workers to… Continue reading

Intentional aging discussion group offered online

The North Olympic Library System will continue it monthly discussion group Intentional Aging at 11 a.m. Tuesday. The meeting will be held… Continue reading